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Discover all there is to offer from Vaisala's OPT100 Mobile and Delta-X Research's TOA software during our upcoming webinar featuring Indianapolis Power and Light. During this round table event, IP&L, Vaisala, and Delta-X Research will expand upon the newly published Case Study and continue the discussion.
You will come away with a new technique for prioritizing transformer health within your fleet, a fresh perspective on optimizing labor costs and most importantly, a complete understanding of the results this partnership produced.
Key topics will include:
Sales Manager, Vaisala
Mark Gross the Regional Business Manager for the Vaisala Power Solutions has 25+ years experience working in the Power Generation, Renewable Energy and Green/Hi Tech industries including founding and managing companies in the alternative energy and fuels segments in both the US and Latin America.
Mark holds an MBA from The Olin Graduate School of Business and is tri-lingual in Spanish, Portuguese and English.
VP of Sales, Delta-X Research
Burt Hadlock has over 30 years of technology sales, marketing, and sales management experience. Prior to his current role as Delta-X Research's VP of Sales, he was Sales VP and Global Sales Director for Morgan Schaffer-Doble, leading teams in the sales of DGA instruments, lab services and DGA analytical software. Burt had previously served as VP of Sales for GarrettCom (now Belden) working with utility customers in substation networking and NERC CIP applications.
Burt earned his B.S.B.A from Plymouth State University in New Hampshire.
Reliability & Performance Engineer, The AES Corporation
Grant Baldwin is a Reliability and Performance Engineer at The AES Corporation. During his nearly seven years with AES (FKA Indianapolis Power & Light, IP&L) Grant has collaborated with engineers and field technicians to improve the monitoring and calculation of Asset Health/Risk, drive predictive maintenance programs, and lead multiple Root Cause Analysis investigations into major failure events.
Grant holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and a master’s degree in Engineering Management from University of Louisville.