Ignacio Gonzalez,
Chairman & CEO,
Telvent
 
Madrid, Spain --- (METERING.COM) --- February 27, 2011 - The latest Advanced Distribution Management System from Telvent features several cutting-edge additions, including the first self-healing automation capability, the company has announced.

With the new technology utilities can improve reliability, safety and efficiency through automation that supports multiple goals including energy loss minimization, improved demand management and emergency response. Advanced functions relating to service disruptions and demand response are supported through self-healing controls that can be operated in several modes as well as integrated with field managed, distribution automation schemes. The inclusion of Telvent’s SCADA system and secure web client means utilities have the flexibility to integrate all control room applications into one secure user interface that can be deployed both in the control room and out in the field.

“Telvent is proud to be the first to bring this innovative solution to the smart grid market” commented chairman and CEO, Ignacio Gonzalez. “The new features of our Advanced DMS will help the power generation industry respond to the steadily increasing consumer demand for energy.”

Utilities also will be better able to take advantage of the benefits of renewable generation as Telvent’s Advanced DMS offers modeling, monitoring, analysis and planning of distributed renewable energy combined with the latest in weather integration and near term load forecasting. These solutions provide utilities the tools to plan and operate their distribution networks while maximizing all forms of generation.