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Visual Intelligence for the Smart Grid

Visual Intelligence for the Smart Grid

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Moving toward a Smart Grid future means utilities and ISOs must improve in three basic technology areas: communication networks, sensors and analytics. Utilities and ISOs must understand the grid in a geospatial context, because of the grid’s distributed, yet connected nature. Decisions become more complex as immense amounts of data are collected. This paper details how, for Smart Grids, geospatial situation awareness and remediation portals like Space-Time Insight visualize interactions across asset condition & performance, field personnel, weather, sensor data, and SCADA systems; enable system reliability by spotting and islanding grid disturbances; and improve management of demand response, assets, and outages.

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