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Capacity Optimization

Power Grid in Motion …

The Internet of Things (IoT) offers many possibilities to synchronize the generation, storage, grid management and consumption of power across one’s own power grid boundaries.

To master the future challenges to power grids, the continuous further development of SCADA systems is absolutely vital. The VIVAVIS Capacity Optimization function ensures reliable power grid operation and optimized grid operation schedules.

Challenges

The challenge is to balance the volatility in low- and medium-voltage grids which arise from the integration of renewable energy producers. Power grids must become even more flexible to balance supply and demand in real time.

Operators must have tools to better see, forecast and control power grids.

The challenges for power grid operation in the future are:

  • Ensure grid stability
  • Visualization and forecast
  • Controlling large data volumes
  • creating new business models
  • Electromobility
  • Integration of systems

Our Solutions for You

  1. Decentralized Power Generation
    Keep your power grid balanced – even if the number of decentralized producers is constantly increasing. To do this, you need to identify potential risks in order to avoid them or intervene quickly in advance. This goal can only be achieved by using suitable hard- and software and through solutions which optimally connect decentralized power generators to the SCADA system and, if necessary, reduce the feed-in power
  2. Electromobility
    With intelligent power grid and charging infrastructure management, you are optimally prepared for mastering the challenges of E-mobility. It enables you to quickly detect and rectify faults and overloads, monitor charging points, maintain the total charging capacity and to identify the status of assets.
  3. Operation and Monitoring of the Low- and Medium-Voltage Grid </ br> SCADA systems, telecontrol and automation systems as well as intelligent metering systems record the necessary process data. To enable you to easily control all power grid sectors from your central control room, consumption and feed-in data are compiled, analysed and validated, both at individual transfer points or across the entire power grid area.
  4. Evaluation of Power Grid Conditions
    Sustainable SCADA systems are capable of evaluating and drawing conclusions. The status of your power grid can be visualized, for instance, in the form of a traffic light model – also for each grid sector or transformer substation, if need be.
  5. Power Grid Cascade
    Owners of power grids are responsible for the system security of the supply network and must cooperate even more closely with other grid operators. The SCADA system organizes the implementation and documentation of feed-in and shut-off measures as well as the necessary exchange of data.
  6. Mobile Handling
    In the event of a fault, the HIGH-LEIT SCADA system emits an alarm via an app and automatically creates an order for technical staff, sending it directly to their mobile terminal. A mobile application in the Asset Management System enables you to quickly identify the relevant systems and eliminate the fault.
  7. Dynamic Data Exchange
    Whether it’s SCADA, metering or GIS systems: In the future, it will be standard for all components to communicate with one another via MessageBus and a specially developed software platform, without the need to develop a special software for that purpose. Furthermore, the software platform also enables the compilation and evaluation of data (Advanced Analytics).

Added Value

The DECODING IoT solutions of VIVAVIS decode complex processes, translating them into easy and intuitive applications for intelligent power grids of the future.

VIVAVIS is your partner – starting with a concept of the system through to the required field and system technology to modular overall solutions.

Anything goes, but nothing is a Must – you only use what you really need!

Added Value for You:

  • Reliable grid operation
  • Optimized grid operating schedules
  • Transparent & flexible IT infrastructures
  • Comprehensive, data-driven IoT solutions
  • Full modularity and interoperability
  • Tailor-made concepts