BSS Hochspannungstechnik GmbH
Monitoring & Diagnose

Contact

via web:      http://www.bss-hochspannungstechnik.de

via Mail:      mail@bss-hs.de

via Phone:   +49 (0)711 219 54656

Our Team

Martin Siegel

Martin Siegel

Position Managing Director

E-Mail martin.siegel@bss-hs.de

Phone +49 (0) 711 219 54656

CV Martin Siegel received his Dipl.-lng. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Stuttgart, Germany, 2010. His diploma thesis was about the integration of electric vehicles in a grid with a high proportion of renewable energies. From 2011 to 2017, he was an academic researcher at the Institute of Power Transmission and High Voltage Technology, University of Stuttgart, where he operated in the field of power transformer diagnostics and monitoring. His research interests include the applicability of unconventional partial discharge measurement methods for online monitoring and localization at power transformers and the calibration and characterization of the UHF PD measurement technique. In 2/2017 he left university to work as a managing director for BSS Hochspannungstechnik GmbH. Mr. Siegel is a member of CIGRE and the German Power Engineering Society VDE-ETG. He is a member of the CIGRE Working Group JWG A2 / D1.51 "Improvements to Partial Discharge measurements for Factory Acceptance Tests and Site Acceptance Tests".

Christoph Kattmann

Christoph Kattmann

Position Managing Director

E-Mail christoph.kattmann@bss-hs.de

Phone +49 (0)157 39627027

CV Christoph Kattmann received his Dipl.-lng. degree in engineering cybernetics from the University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany, in 2012. He is an academic researcher at the Institute of Power Transmission and High Voltage Technology, University of Stuttgart. His current research interests include power flow analysis and power quality assessment, especially in the higher ferquency range up to 150 kHz. Mr. Kattmann is a member of CIGRE and the German Power Engineering Society VDE-ETG. He is a member of the CIGRE Working Group JWG C4.42 "Continuous assessment of low-order harmonic emissions from customer installations".

Michael Beltle

Michael Beltle

Position Transformer Monitoring

E-Mail michael.beltle@bss-hs.de

Phone +49 (0) 711 685 680 61

CV Michael Beltle received his Dipl.-Ing. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Stuttgart, Germany, in 2009. In his diploma thesis he was involved in determining degrading effects of electrostatic discharges on microcontrollers in automotive applications. He has been an academic researcher at the Institute of Power Transmission and High Voltage Technology, University of Stuttgart, where he is involved in the field of power transformer diagnostics and determines the long-term development of partial discharges and investigates the mechanical vibrations of active parts of transformers. He is a member of CIGRE and the German Power Engineering Society VDE-ETG.

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