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Software-Defined Electricity

December 1, 2017 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Free - $5.00

Software-Defined Electricity

NCCBA presents Dr.Vladislav Oleynik – Founder, President, R&D and Christopher Doerfler – Founder, VP of marketing of 3DFS, to lead our discussion about the Software-Defined Electricity.

Topics to be covered:
– Electricity in modern world – losses main priority
– Major Electrical Losses details
– Principles of Software-Defined Electricity
– Main savings benefits by using Software-Defined Electricity
– Data and detailed forward analytics
– Predictive equipment failure analysis
– Application examples

Please join us for this fascinating advanced high technology discussion! Questions can be submitted by attendees.
NCCBA members and non-members are welcome to attend!

When: Dec. 1st (Friday) 12pm-1:30pm
Where: Global Education Institute, Address: 6320 Quadrangle Dr #240, Chapel Hill, NC 27517
Fee: Members: Free. Please login and make reservation by ordering a “Member-Only Free Ticket” below. Non-members (including Mailing List Only members): $5. Please order/purchase a $5 “Non-Member Paid Ticket” below through our shopping cart. Lunch will be provided for all participants.
Registration: You can get your ticket by clicking Confirm RSVP button on the event page
Language: English

Chris Doerfler is a North Carolina native and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill alumnus. He has been involved in a many entrepreneurial ventures including real estate, hospitality and non-profit fundraising throughout the country and has career experience in business development, project management and building and managing financial portfolios. For the past 9 years, he has been involved with 3DFS, building and managing the business
Dr. Vladislav Oleynik is originally from Kiev, Ukraine. Among a litany of notable career accomplishments, he is the youngest member to be inducted in the Russian Academy of Sciences and holds many significant Russian patents for methods and procedures that are still used today. He came to the U.S. in 1993 researching and teaching at Arizona State University, University of Washington and eventually settling down in Pittsboro, North Carolina.
After working in IBM Natural Language Programming division, Dr. Oleynik left to begin his own research and development company. In the last 24 years, IP developed by Dr. Oleynik has
● changed the pace of global communication by making wireless transmission
secure and energy efficient, in worldwide use today;
● extended the boundaries of what is possible with real time biological sensing and pathogen detection; and
● shifted the trajectory of worldwide fuel consumption toward a more efficient and sustainable direction through real time electricity control
This recent awarded patent is the core IP behind 3DFS Software-Defined Electricity, a technology that is the focus of our presentation. Software-Defined Electricity has immediate need in every society across the planet, particularly in China where it can significantly reduce the amount of fuel consumption required to provide power to electrical networks. In addition, this innovative methodology of electricity control also opens up a new layer of energy data and analytics that create a number of profitable new markets and business models that can be taken advantage of today.


December 1, 2017
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Free - $5.00




Global Education Institute
6320 Quadrangle Dr., Suite 240
Chapel Hill, NC 27517 United States
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