Smart Grid Operation Platform - Monitor, control, optimize
With the Smart Grid Operation Platform, utilities are ideally equipped to meet the technical challenges in low-voltage grid management. Either the steadily increasing number of electric vehicles or the expansion of renewable energies. Staff on site as well as in the control center is always informed about components, values and conditions in the network and may intervene immediately if required. Data provided by smart meters, IoT sensors and common telecontrol is processed and forwarded for further processing to applications in the system. This facilitates grid planning.
VIVAVIS Smart Grid Operation Platform can be integrated into every infrastructure – be it as functional enhancement to an existing installation of the grid control system HIGH-LEIT or to an independent HIGH-LEIT system used to control low voltage networks only.
Ensuring a Clear OverviewEvery important piece of information is clearly displayed in a map with zoom function. You see values and conditions of the complete distribution system, low voltage networks, stations, local area substations and cable terminal boxes as well as deviations from normal switching status.
Work everywhereYou may use the functions of the Smart Grid Operation Platform on both computers and mobile devices such as tablets.
Enable NavigationBy means of the search function, you are able to find the fastest and easiest route to addresses or assets. Routes may be displayed in OpenStreetMap or WMTS.
Secure OperationVia mobile app, you are able to directly track and control actions in the system when working on site. You may activate temporary earthing or temporary generator supply. The system alerts in case of faulty switching and offers an overview of alarms issued.
Optimize processesAll values are stored related to electric currents, voltages, power history, reactive powers, etc. or provided by smart metering systems, IoT sensors and common measurement technology. Data is available for evaluation and serves as basis for process optimization.
Control FlexibilityThe platform offers support when creating forecasts or schedules, and was designed to control a large number of devices. Furthermore, you may optimize loads to keep schedules and time control of flexibilities is also possible.
The low-voltage grid, also known as the distribution network, is an essential component of our modern energy infrastructure. The low-voltage grid, typically operating at 230 volts in Europe and 120 volts in North America, ensures that electrical energy reaches homes, businesses, and institutions safely and efficiently.
In the low-voltage grid, the transformation of high-voltage electricity to a level suitable for our needs takes place. This network spans the entire country and supplies power to millions of households. The low-voltage grid is designed to provide the necessary energy to electrical devices in residential and commercial establishments.
The stability and reliability of the low-voltage grid are crucial for daily life. Power outages in the low-voltage grid can cause significant inconveniences. Therefore, energy utilities work tirelessly to ensure the performance and efficiency of the low-voltage grid.
The low-voltage grid also plays a key role in integrating renewable energies into our power supply. The decentralized injection of electricity from renewable sources into the low-voltage grid enables a more sustainable energy supply.
In an era where electric mobility is gaining importance, the low-voltage grid is critical for expanding electric vehicle charging infrastructure. Thus, the low-voltage grid is the backbone of our power supply and plays a central role in our increasingly electrified world.