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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Daniel Sabin Named IEEE Fellow
Piscataway, New Jersey, USA, January 12, 2016: Daniel Sabin, Principal Engineer and Software Architect of Electrotek Concepts in Beverly, Massachusetts, USA, has been named an IEEE Fellow. He is being recognized for leadership in power quality database management and analysis software. Dan designed and developed database schemas and software libraries for PQView, a software system capable of storing billions of measurements from power quality monitors, smart meters and other devices in a single relational database.
Dan Sabin developed the first software module to combine measurements from power quality monitors & digital relays, distribution circuit models, and geographic information system (GIS) to provide automatic fault location based on reactance calculations. Sabin is currently the Vice Chair of the IEEE Transmission & Distribution Committee. Dan also chairs the IEEE Working Group on Power Quality Data Interchange Format.
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Electrotek Concepts provides power systems management services and solutions for electric utilities, commercial and industrial consumers, government agencies, and other parties. Electric utility clients include investor-owned, municipals, and cooperatives. Industrial and commercial clients include manufacturing, high-tech mission-critical operations, data centers, and energy intensive manufacturing plants. For more information about Electrotek, please visit, or call +1-978-927-8755.