In the ever-evolving landscape of utilities and traditional generation, the role of technology cannot be overstated. One such technological advancement is the Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS). ADMS combines software codes, databases, servers, and other cutting-edge technologies to revolutionize the way power distribution is managed.
At its core, ADMS provides a common dashboard that allows utilities to collect, collate, and analyze data from multiple Power Distribution applications. This centralized approach enables utilities to gain valuable insights and make informed decisions regarding their power distribution networks.
One of the key benefits of ADMS is its ability to empower substation operators. With ADMS, operators can efficiently manage various services, including feeder operations, system outages, power supply restoration, protective device coordination, Volt/VAR compensation, network optimization, peak load management, and load forecasting. This comprehensive suite of functionalities enables operators to proactively address challenges and improve the overall reliability and efficiency of the power distribution system.
Additionally, ADMS facilitates Volt/VAR compensation, which involves managing voltage levels and reactive power to optimize power quality and reduce energy losses. By automatically adjusting the voltage and reactive power settings based on system conditions, ADMS enhances the overall efficiency of the distribution network.
With ADMS, utilities can empower substation operators to manage various services efficiently, including feeder operations, system outages, power supply restoration, protective device coordination, Volt/VAR compensation, network optimization, peak load management, and load forecasting. By leveraging advanced technologies, ADMS enables utilities to enhance the reliability, efficiency, and overall performance of their power distribution networks.