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    Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS)

    Electric power substation, electric power distribution.

    Challenges

    Electricity utilities are preparing for the multitude of challenges facing the industry. Growing regulatory and customer pressure for increased reliability and reduced carbon emissions. Adoption of distributed renewable generation and energy storage. Increase in severe weather patterns and network outages. The inevitability of both an ageing workforce and infrastructure.
    • Solutions

      Schneider Electric’s Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) is a unified DMS, SCADA, OMS, and EMS solution. It provides utilities with a modular and flexible platform within a common user experience, data model, integration framework and secure infrastructure.
    • Value Proposition

      ADMS provides advanced monitoring, analysis, control, optimisation, planning and training functions allowing utility companies to provide more reliable, safe and efficient power.
    Operators in power station control room working with technical challenges, sustainability reporting.

    ADMS Applications

    Related smart grid solutions

    Our ADMS solution represents the evolution of control room technology by merging DMS, OMS, and SCADA into one comprehensive network management solution. As part of our smart grid solutions suite, it can help your utility become a next-generation energy provider by enabling safer, more reliable, and efficient power management.

    Benefits

    • Electrician working on transformer, electrical power distribution.
      Provides clear and consistent real time forecasted and historical views of the distribution network.
    • Operators in power station control room working with technical challenges, sustainability reporting.
      Allows system operators, dispatchers, planning engineers, reliability analysts and managers to work as a team, accessing the same as-operated representation of network grid information.
    • Power line technician using phone and tablet, sustainability reporting, internet of things.
      Common situational awareness provides efficient and reliable management of grid operations in the face of a diverse, rapidly changing environment.
    • Electric power substation, electric power distribution.
      Benefits include greater network reliability, improved operational efficiency, reduced operations costs, increased safety, enhanced security, support for regulatory compliance, better asset utilisation, and standards-based integration.