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Advanced Control Systems Signs Partnership Agreement with BSI

Advanced Control Systems Signs Partnership Agreement with BSI

They will combine technology to provide fully integrated Energy Management System (EMS) solutions for the electrical power industry.

Advanced Control Systems has signed a partnership agreement with Bigwood Systems, Inc. They will combine technology to provide fully integrated Energy Management System (EMS) solutions for the electrical power industry.

According to ACS CEO Kevin Sullivan, "Our combined capabilities are providing advanced EMS systems to utilities that have both Transmission and Distribution energy management, building an integrated 'best of breed' single, real-time platform. Our energy management real-time platform PRISM™ (Precision Real-time Information System Management™) supports energy delivery and outage management seamlessly from transmission and distribution to the edges of our grid – the consumer."

ACS (founded in 1975 and based in Norcross, Georgia) delivers PRISM™ SCADA, OMS, EMS, ADMS, Substation & Feeder Automation, Mobile and Turnkey services to a large customer base globally. BSI (founded in 1995 and based in Ithaca, New York) has an exceptional track record in developing powerful on-line EMS solutions deployed around the world, including several large ISO/RTO's in North America. BSI also invented and holds a total of 20 patents in this area.

Together, ACS and BSI differentiate themselves in the marketplace with a product roadmap identifying specific roles and responsibilities for integrated DMS and EMS applications. DASmap™ tools unified with T&D editor are just two of many innovative technologies intended to target regions and global customers, enabling real-time assessment, enhancement, and optimization with high performance on a single network model.

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