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© 2012 Infotech Enterprises. All Rights Reserved We deliver Global Engineering Solutions. Efficiently.June 13, 2014 Spatial Information - Enabler for Smart Grid Smart Data Services for the Smart Grid
© 2012 Infotech Enterprises Smart Grid Initiatives – Tsunami of Data Smart Grid landscape from IT perspective Spatial Information – as a enabler Recommended Approach Case Studies Agenda Author Santosh Reddy P Assistant General Manager Infotech Enterprises Limited Santosh.Patlolla@infotech-enterprises.com Co-Author Sunil Kotagiri Consultant Infotech Enterprises Limited Sunil.Kotagiri@infotech-enterprises.com
© 2012 Infotech Enterprises Smart Grid Saves energy, reduces cost, and increases reliability Minimizes carbon footprint and reduces emissions Increasing focus on renewables Peak load management Reduces outages, improving efficiency Reduction of aggregate technical and commercial (AT&C) losses Consumerizing energy technology
© 2012 Infotech Enterprises Spatial Information – Smart Grid Enabler Capital Expenditure: Smart-grid spending to hit about $200 billion by 2015 The potential of spatial information is unleashed How do we leverage existing investments and reduce expenditures? Smart Grid Market Growth 2009-2015 Source: Zpryme, GIA
© 2012 Infotech Enterprises Smart Grid – Tsunami of Data Tsunami of data from various systems (smart meters, sensors…) Multiple independent systems Need to convert data into valuable information Establish single source of truth
© 2012 Infotech Enterprises Spatial Information Foundation for Smart Grid Complete, positionally accurate, connected, consistent, up-to-date geospatial information Traditional way of looking at spatial information needs to change Information Operations
© 2012 Infotech Enterprises Example – Completeness Issue Incomplete information – assets, planimetric base, etc. Street Network Service Network
© 2012 Infotech Enterprises Example – Positional Accuracy Issue Accurate placement of asset features with respect to their field position Cable Inside ROWCable Outside ROW
© 2012 Infotech Enterprises Example – Consistency Issue Street Address Asset Managemen t Public Safety Applications GIS Work Order Management Customer Information & Billing Outage Management Meter Data Management Correct information across multiple systems – street address
© 2012 Infotech Enterprises Example – Connectivity Issue Topological property referring to the inter-relationships between geographical assets – graphical, logical Wrong Connectivity - Industrial Consumers Connected to S/S no.1394 Instead of S/S no. 655
© 2012 Infotech Enterprises Recommended Solution Assessment Review as-is State Gap Analysis Business Case Road Map Review as-is State Gap Analysis Business Case Road Map Transformation Workshops Source Data Acquisition Tools Configuration Data Consolidation Workshops Source Data Acquisition Tools Configuration Data Consolidation
© 2012 Infotech Enterprises Case Study – Network Planning & Operations An award winning EGIS project helped a utility to reduce design cycle times and improve meter-to-cash collections Helped reduce aggregate technical and commercial losses from 48.1% to 18.5% Direct savings derived out of this project: $323,000 in the first year
© 2012 Infotech Enterprises Case Study – Asset Management Spatial data consolidation helped improve the asset management of a US- based Fortune 500 energy services company Centralized access to asset data resulting in increased productivity and reduced costs Estimated savings on a one call ticket management of $1,000,000 per year
© 2012 Infotech Enterprises Case Study – Outage Management Integration of GIS with OMS, DMS and mobile applications enabled a major power utility to: Deploy field crews faster Reduce restoration after supply complaints
© 2012 Infotech Enterprises Case Study – Demand Response Developed a spatially enabled DR dashboard by integrating MDM, ERP and GIS systems for: Demand response monitoring Load relief signals
© 2012 Infotech Enterprises Conclusion Huge investments to realize Smart Grid Explosion of information that is predominantly geospatial GIS has evolved over the years GIS system has the potential to be an enabler Utilities need an interoperable, accurate and intelligent spatial database
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