As the grid modernizes with new infrastructure, utilities will invest in more data and measurements than ever before to gain clearer grid visibility. The tools utilities are using today, such as PTs and CTs, are outdated – they simply don’t provide the level of accuracy necessary for utility operators to gain actionable insight and they present an ignition source. But a safer standard is rapidly evolving. Optical sensors that are non-conductive and measure power with light instead of electrons are emerging as a preferred option for grid operators. This latest sensor technology provides highly accurate, revenue grade measurements that offer unprecedented visibility into power quality and harmonic disturbances. Join Micatu CEO and optical sensing pioneer Michael Oshetski to learn how this technology works and why this safer sensing option should be the standard at your utility today.