eNews May 18, 2018

  • ISA Hamilton Golf Tourney - it's not too late to register
  • ISA Hamilton Golf Tournament: Fri, May 25, 2018
  • ISA Hamilton AGM - guest speaker announced: Kevin Stewart on Power Status Monitoring with SCADA
  • ISA Hamilton Annual General Meeting: Tues May 29, 2018
ISA Golf Tourney - Registration Now Open!!
Our 2018 ISA Hamilton Golf Tournament will be taking place on Friday, May 25, 2018.  Tee-off is 12:00 noon at Chippewa Creek Golf Club in Mount Hope, Ontario (only 15 minutes from Hamilton).
Online registration is now available at: http://isahamilton.com/shop-products/
More information about the golf tourney can be found at: http://isahamilton.com/golf-tournament/
ISA Hamilton Golf Tournament
Our 2018 ISA Hamilton Golf Tournament will be taking place on Friday, May 25, 2018.  Tee-off is 12:00 noon.
Our golf tournament will be taking place at Chippewa Creek Golf Club, which is about a 15 minute drive from Hamilton (via Hwy 6 south or Upper James Street).  The tournament is played in foursomes with “best ball” in the Scramble Format, plus a few interesting house rules for fun.
Chippewa Creek Golf Club
3696 Chippewa Road
Mount Hope, Ontario
More information can be found on our 2018 Golf Tournament webpage.
We now have a new and easier to use online registration/payment system for the Golf Tournament.  Payment can be made by VISA, Mastercard, AMEX and PayPal at www.isahamilton.com .  We can also accept payment by cheque - see website for details.
ISA Hamilton Annual General Meeting
ISA Hamilton will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at the Burlington office of Westech Industrial (1080 Clay Avenue, Unit # 4 Burlington, ON. L7L 0A1).
  • 6:00pm - light dinner
  • 6:15pm - AGM
  • 6:30pm - Guest Speaker "Monitoring Electricity Status at Remote Sites using SCADA", speaker: Kevin Stewart
There is no cost to attend, please RSVP to program@isahamilton.com by Monday, May 28 so we can order the dinner.
It’s imperative that during storm events, operators know exactly which facilities have power and which do not. Guelph Water has added real-time SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) communications to monitor power feeds, generators, transfer switches, and UPS’s at 35 facilities.  Operators now use a single SCADA screen to decide what order to visit/check sites.
Kevin Stewart is a fourth year engineering student at the University of Guelph in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. He recently completed a SCADA developer co-op placement at Guelph Water Services.  Kevin, originally from Kingston Ontario, is enrolled in the UofG’s B.Sc.(Eng.) Engineering Systems and Computing program. Contact:  kstewa11@uoguelph.ca
Thanks for reading,
ISA Hamilton
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