Electrical Code Requirements for Build Out Deployments, Machine Learning, Data Centers and IIOt's

Track: Engineering

Session Number: 1083
Date: Mon, Jun 1st, 2020
Time: 12:30 PM - 1:20 PM

Description:

Areas of Discussions are: "How to Apply IEEE, NFPA and NESC standards to
1)Pole Attachment and Underground applications. 2)Proper Grounding, Bonding, and Shielding Requirements of Data Centers and Build-outs to prevent interference and electrical shocks and fires. 3)Machine Learning applications to Industrial machines. 4)When is Conductive Fiber Required and When is it not.
Session Type: Breakout Session (45 minutes)

Learning Objective #1: Objectives:
1. How to Apply Codes and Standards to Real-world applications
2. Learn How, When and Where to find code requirements for Data Centers and Build-Outs
3. Purpose and Reason for code requirements to Grounding, Bonding and shieldin
Learning Objective #2: 5. Attendee will have a greater awareness of potential fire and shock hazards and how to prevent them
6. Learn how and where to find the proper standards for engineered buildouts.
Intended Audience Level: Essentials/ Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Stage of fiber deployment: Planning/early stage
Session Type: Breakout Session (45 minutes)

Learning Objective #1: Objectives:
1. How to Apply Codes and Standards to Real-world applications
2. Learn How, When and Where to find code requirements for Data Centers and Build-Outs
3. Purpose and Reason for code requirements to Grounding, Bonding and shieldin
Learning Objective #2: 5. Attendee will have a greater awareness of potential fire and shock hazards and how to prevent them
6. Learn how and where to find the proper standards for engineered buildouts.
Intended Audience Level: Essentials/ Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Stage of fiber deployment: Planning/early stage

Speakers

Presenter
David R. Carpenter, PhD, Integrity Institute of Technology/City of Florence
President/Electrical Engineer
Integrity Institute of Technology