Bill Ray
Bill Ray is an engineer turned scribe, now working for ABB as a Technical Writer. He previously worked for the scurrilous internet rag The Register, prior to which he made phones, at O2, and set-top boxes, at Cable & Wireless. He's authored two technical books on Java and now spends most of his time trying to understand the power business.


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What can the Internet of Things learn from substation automation?

Connected devices responding to each other and the world around them is a lot like grid automation

Wireless data collection benefits man, and his best friend too

When dog bites man, or vice versa, neither comes off well. Municipal WiFi can backhaul meter data and put an end to human-canine turf wars.