PSI Presents Smart Energy Solutions at the Enlit Europe 2021 in Milan

Integrating electro mobility into the power grid with load and charging management

Berlin, November 9, 2021 - PSI will be presenting intelligent software solutions from the areas of network control technology and maintenance as well as load and charging management and the network integration of electro mobility at Enlit Europe 2021 in Milan from 30 November to 2 December 2021 (Booth 16.E80).

One focus is the depot and charging management system PSIebus, which maps, monitors and controls all processes related to the use of electric buses. This combines the depot management module with the charging management system PSIsmartcharging, considering the relevant influencing factors and dependencies for efficient charging and dispatching, thus ensuring optimal availability of all vehicles.

Furthermore, the solution PSIngo (Intelligent Grid Operator) for active network control of the low and medium voltage network as well as for charging and load management in public transport and for the network integration of electro mobility will be presented.

Another highlight will be the proven network control system PSIcontrol with new functionalities e.g. for operation via web and object browser as well as extended network fault processing for efficient network operation.

In addition, information will be provided on the intelligent field force management system PSIcommand, which forms the basis for optimized, AI-supported capacity planning as well as maintenance and fault management of the energy supply.

ThePSI Group develops its own software products for optimizing the flow of energy and materials for utilities (energy grids, energy trading, public transport) and industry (metals production, automotive, mechanical engineering, logistics). The industry-specific products, which are built from standard components, are sold both directly and via the multi-cloud PSI App Store and can also be customized by customers and partners themselves. PSI was founded in 1969 and employs nearly 2,200 people worldwide.