Join us for a series of interactive webinars and live panel sessions featuring experts from around the
globe discussing the critical role of accurate and reliable time and sync in their respective markets.
Please contact Carole
for more information on how to bring your own webinar to our global time and sync community .
28th July 2022, 16:00 UK (17:00 CEST)
Time and Synchronisation Requirements in the Power Industry
To synchronise communications and ensure continuity across power networks, substations require secure, precise timing and synchronisation to avoid false tripping and to provide accurate time stamping of substation data including system faults, power measurement data and substation status information.
Advanced power-system, protection-and-control applications using IEC 61850 sampled values (SV) require a time- synchronization accuracy of 1 microsecond and better. Any inconsistency in the time reference among the merging units results in phase-angle errors, which might lead to mis-operation of protection functions and harmonic measurement inaccuracies.
This webinar will discuss the significance of precision time critical power system applications such as wide area monitoring and control based on digital substations with IEC 61850 implementation of sampled values. We will present innovative techniques to address challenges with availability, traceability and redundancy.
6th July 2022, 16:00 CEST
Solving timing challenges of critical infrastructure
With the digital transformation of critical infrastructure operations, timing and synchronization needs to become more accurate, robust and secure. In our discussion with power utilities, transportation companies and financial institutions, we frequently identify an urgent need for synchronization innovation.
In this webinar, we would like to share best practices for future-proof, assured timing. We’ll hear from a Canadian power utility, who will outline their ambitious synchronization network migration towards truly robust and precise substation timing. A Swiss transportation operator will also share insights into their timing evolution. In the Q&A session, we’ll cover further details about the underlying requirements and the best available solutions. What’s more, we’ll show how to assure GNSS-delivered synchronization in a short demonstration.
22nd March 2022, 13:30 GMT, 09:30 EDT, 06:30 PDT
How O-RAN-based 5G Networks Will Change The Way Synchronisation is Designed into Telecom Infrastructure
O-RAN presents new possibilities for 5G network deployments. Its distributed architectures and openness present opportunities for a cost-efficient and innovative multi-vendor eco system. Synchronisation between the network elements is one key requirement in achieving the target 5G performance and here the O-RAN concepts introduces new challenges to traditional synchronisation implementations.
In this Rakon hosted webinar, a panel of synchronisation experts discuss the possibilities, challenges and requirements around 5G synchronisation in O-RAN based networks and how this affects the choices telecom engineers need to make when designing and implementing their O-RAN infrastructure.
Time & Sync in Data Centers
This panel discusses how the requirements, standards and products for PTP timing in Data Centers are evolving, and how the may differ from those in other industries such as Telecoms.
Time & Sync in Finance | Broadcast | Power
This panel looks at why accurate timing is critical in Finance, Broadcast and Power Distribution and how the solutions are evolving.
Time & Sync in Automotive | Telecoms | Broadcast
Timing and sync for 5G is becoming even more exact and critical to operation. Timing in Automative is essential within the ending management system and in the wider autonomous vehicle area. Sync in broadcast is moving to all IP with new challenges, new equipment and new standards.
Impact of Precision Oscillators on 5G and Datacenter Synchronization - SiTime
IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) is quickly becoming the de facto synchronization standard for high-speed applications. High-quality local oscillators are essential in achieving the best PTP performance and it is important to model the impact of oscillator noise on PTP time error.
Powering Time Sensitive Applications - Tick Tock
Engineers from Tick Tock (now Clockwork) discuss how to build Time-Sensitive applications with Clockwork's high accuracy common time service.
Precise Time Synchronisation for Data Centers - Equinix
Members of the Equinix team discuss the challenges and solutions for ensuring secure and reliable time synchronisation across global data centres.
Precise Time in Cloud Computing - Facebook