To provide 24X7 power supply, Tata launches first-of-its-kind system
In order to provide 24x7 reliable power supply, Tata Power Delhi Distribution (Tata Power-DDL) has launched first-of-its-kind "Advanced Distribution Management System" (ADMS).
The newly-launched ADMS will aid Tata Power-DDL to enhance the reliability, safety and efficiency of the network spread across 510 square km in North and North-West Delhi by facilitating advanced monitoring, analytics, and better control and planning.
A senior Tata Power-DDL said that ADMS encompasses advanced monitoring and control of the distribution network, fault and outage management and network performance optimization on a single platform integrating SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition), DMS (Distribution Management System) and OMS (Outage Management System).
The integration helps provide efficient network management improving work efficiency and providing faster solutions and better resource optimization, he said.
"The system will also help maintenance staff to monitor power situation via mobile devices in real time. It will also facilitate intimation to affected customers in advance for duration of non-availability of power," he said.
The official further said that the system will seamlessly integrate sub transmission and distribution management system and customer Management System by using geographical information to further improve outage restoration time. "It will also act as an integrator between all information and operation technology systems and will use predictive analytics for finding exact location of fault and will suggest best way of restoration by network alteration from control centre," he added.
Sanjay Banga, CEO of Tata Power-DDL said "We aim to create a utility of the future delivering smarter and sustainable power distribution solutions by leveraging integration of different technologies. "The new ADMS in collaboration with GE will enable us to further improve on our service and help us in reaching our objective of supplying world class quality power to our consumers," he said.
The ADMS will also help Tata Power-DDL to implement other smart grid technologies like smart metering, E-Vehicle charging infrastructure, battery storage solutions and integration of rooftop solar by monitoring the load patterns and accurately forecasting availability of power supply.
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