PSI demonstrates network control solutions at the European Utility Week 2017

PSIcontrol includes the fault analysis result in the outage report.

PSIcontrol includes the fault analysis result in the outage report.

Berlin, 11 September 2017 – The PSI Electrical Energy business will be presenting the new releases of PSI software solutions from the fields of network control and workforce management at the European Utility Week in Amsterdam, Netherlands (Stand 2A25) from 3 to 5 October 2017. In addition, they will also be showing examples from current projects for distribution networks, the SASO system and the Smart Telecontrol Unit.

The current PSIcontrol release 4.5 offers extensive fault analysis, free line monitoring and extended control functions for decentralised feed-ins, now integrated into the standard. The system from Visue (Jutland, Denmark) will be presented as a project example, a system currently being used by 13 client companies for their network control.

The workforce management system PSIcommand provides extensive support for the personnel at headquarters and on-site for the maintenance, construction and fault clearance processes in any infrastructure. In particular, the switching support from the field for planned measures and automatic resupply will be presented.

With system component Security Assessment and System Optimisation (SASO), PSI is providing network operators, now as well in distribution networks, with a system that allows a quick, concentrated and simple assessment of the network status and presents suggestions for remedying identified results.

The Smart Telecontrol Unit (STU), which is also being presented at the European Utility Week, is an intelligent local process connection and control unit for applications in smart grids that are used in connection with the centralised network control technology.

On the basis of its own software products, the PSI Group develops and integrates complete solutions for energy management (energy networks, energy trading), production management (mining, metals, automotive, mechanical engineering, logistics) and infrastructure management for transport and safety. PSI was founded in 1969 and employs more than 1,600 persons worldwide.