Electric 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, and the inevitability of both an aging workforce and infrastructure.
The Schneider Electric Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) – with advanced DMS analysis to optimize network operations, combined with a field-proven SCADA system for monitoring and control, EMS for transmission operations, and an embedded OMS for improved resiliency and reliability – provides utilities with a modular and flexible platform within a common user experience, data model, integration framework, and secure infrastructure. ADMS provides advanced monitoring, analysis, control, optimization, planning, and training functions allowing utility companies to provide more reliable, safe, and efficient power.
Unified DMS, SCADA, OMS, and EMS
Common user interface
Improve reliability and resiliency, optimize network operations, increase energy efficiency and quality, and reduce total cost of ownership
Lowers the barrier to entry with modular deployments and simplified data model requirements and workflow
Provides self-healing automation and demand management with closed loop control
In production at over 180 control centers worldwide
Gartner Named Schneider Electric a Leader in Magic Quadrant for ADMS for two consecutive years
The Schneider Electric ADMS solution represents the evolution of control room technology by merging SCADA, OMS, DMS, and EMS technologies into one comprehensive network management solution. As part of the Schneider Electric Smart Grid solutions suite, it can help your utility transition into a next-generation energy provider by enabling safer, more reliable, and more efficient power management.
Provides clear and consistent realtime forecasted and historical views of the distribution network
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
Common situational awareness provides efficient and reliable management of grid operations in the face of a diverse, rapidly changing environment
Benefits include greater network reliability, improved operational efficiency, reduced operations costs, increased safety, enhanced security, support for regulatory compliance, better asset utilization, and standards-based integration