How GE Will Keep the Lights On at Rio Olympics

November 30, -0001

Industrial Equipment News reports on how GE Energy Connections will work to keep the lights on in Rio for the Olympic Games. And how, using its own set of metrics — sometimes measured in milliseconds — will monitor critical power quality and protection systems it is deploying across all 32 Olympic...

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