Extract Value from Data
Turn massive amounts of data from routine upstream operations, pipeline and refinery sensors, and maintenance processes into actionable insights using NVIDIA AI tools.
Power generation companies around the world depend on the PI System. Real-time insights into plant and asset performance. Improved reliability, availability, and safety. Situational awareness and integration of distributed energy resources. Market optimization and compliance.
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Distribution Automation Device Teaming: Exception Analysis with ComEd
Commonwealth Edison Company (ComEd, an Exelon Company) provides electric service to approximately 3.8 million customers across northern Illinois, or 70 percent of the state’s population. Distribution teaming schemes are becoming more advanced and the challenge is how do you monitor team status in near real-time, incorporate design changes, and keep a record of the what type of event is happening to the team. ComEd is using The PI System with their partner, PowerRunner, to monitor and automate team updates in an automated fashion. Solutions: Asset Health and Uptime; KPIs and Reporting OSIsoft Products: PI Core (PI Server, AF Server, Analytics, Notifications, Event Frames); PI Vision
Using AMI Data to Provide situational Awarness
Kevin Walsh of OSIsoft and Dan Garvey of PowerRunner discuss how the PowerRunner on PI solution helps electric utilities extract operational value from AMI data to support network model validation, GPU enabled at-the-meter load and generation forecasting, and locational real-time distribution loss analysis.
PowerRunner on PI System - Reducing AMI Latency to Improved Near-real Time Situational Aware
The AMI rollouts over the past decade have replaced almost 50% the 170M scalar meters in the US with digital meters capable of recording multiple measurements and events in sub-hourly intervals. Yet, to date, there are no scalable AMI data solutions that have operationalized the data from these millions of IoT devices. As Ameren nears completion of their AMI deployment, the focus has turned towards how best to operationalize this valuable spatial and temporal data to provide operators with near-real time situational awareness. Working with PowerRunner and OSIsoft, Ameren is building the foundations of an operational data platform in which AMI data is pulled directly from AMI headends into the PI System, joined with SCADA data and presented to the enterprise through the PowerRunner Energy Platform. By reducing AMI data latency and operationalizing this critical data, utilities will be better prepared to manage the bi-directional power flow introduced by DER and ensure system fidelity.