Thomas Rudolph

Thomas Rudolph is an alumnus of the Technical University Darmstadt / Germany where he received his engineering degree on Information Technology in 1986. He started his career as research engineer at AEG in Frankfurt/Germany working on substation automation systems and digital protection relays. Presently he is responsible for Innovation & Architectures within Schneider Electric Energy Automation after several carrier steps within R&D, product management, engineering, project management and marketing at Daimler Benz, ALSTOM and AREVA. Thomas Rudolph is member of national and international standardization bodies and study committees like IEC TC57 WG10.
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