An Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) provides electric utilities with leading critical grid management capabilities to improve outage response, optimize evolving grid operation and manage DER impacts.
Accelerating towards a carbon neutral FUTURE is a bold ambition. Even more so when providing millions with clean energy means upgrading an aging national grid. Enel ensures success using Schneider EcoStruxure™ Grid.
Keeping electricity flowing for 1.5 million households through the most extreme storms is a bold idea. SA Power Networks depends on Schneider EcoStruxure™ Grid for RELIABLE monitoring and management of their vast network, helping to keep the people of South Australia safe through extreme weather conditions.
Creating a Reliable and Secure Advanced Distribution Management System
Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) solutions integrate supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) technology with other information management to enable greater automated control for more efficient distribution. This paper discusses the security criteria for making SCADA systems secure and reliable.
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The benefits of Demand Response for utilities
The European utility industry is changing in substantial ways with respect to electricity system needs, customer requirements, and regulatory policy. Network operators and managers face the inevitable adoption of Demand Response (DR) technology and practice. This paper details the unique ways in which each department within a utility can benefit from DR.
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How the convergence of IT and OT enables smart grid development
The goal for any utility that invests in smart grid technology is to attain higher efficiency and reliable performance. A smart grid platform implies the convergence of Operations Technology (OT) – the grid physical infrastructure assets and applications–and Information Technology (IT) – the human interface that enables rapid and informed decision making. This paper describes best practices for migrating to a scalable, adaptable, smart grid network.
Leveraging EcoStruxure™ ADMS to maximize renewable benefits
Solar is the most abundant renewable energy source available, but the ability to harness and distribute it alongside existing sources of energy is new territory for many utilities and ISOs. Accurate forecasting of this variable resource is critical for maintaining an efficient and reliable network. This paper will discuss how innovations such as advanced distribution management systems (ADMS) combined with weather forecasting can provide visibility and modeling tools to maximize the benefits of distributed generation.
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Enhancing utility outage management system (OMS) performance
Traditional grid outage management systems suffer from two fundamental flaws: they lack an accurate, current representation of the grid network model and they typically do not integrate with the systems that monitor and control the actual grid. These shortcomings result in longer outages, higher costs, and in lower levels of customer service. This whitepaper outlines the evolution of utility outage management and describes how new Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) tools address these two gaps.
A leader in ADMS market
Schneider Electric has been named a leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Advanced Distribution Management Systems, with the highest scores in all 3 use cases in the Critical Capabilities.
Utility Leverages Advanced Network Integration to Implement Smart Grid Strategy
Unison’s new Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) merges SCADA, distribution, and outage management capabilities.
ADMS Field Client
Schneider Electric's Field Client is a web-based thin client providing utility field crews with access to work requests, switching plans, incidents and safety documents. Field Client allows users to view, search and navigate the network in both geographic and schematic views, as well as perform operations like planned switching and incident response.
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