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As the grid grows more complex, operators need a level of network visibility that crosses the traditional boundaries of transmission and distribution. Network Manager has been designed to meet these new challenges and enable the operator to leverage all of their available assets to operate reliably and efficiently.

The Network Manager difference:

• A single, common user interface for SCADA, EMS, DMS, OMS, DERMS and data engineering.
• Advanced data engineering tools ensure higher data quality with easier data migration and integration.
• Advanced switching management supports complex automatic switching for planned and unplanned events.
• A full suite of network applications including distribution state estimation, FLISR, DERMS and contingency analysis

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Case studies

CK Energy

CK Energy is an association of the Cengiz and Kolin groups, the leading electric power utility companies in Turkey. It is one of the largest electric utility in Turkey, distributing 38 billion kWh annually through its operations in three regions that encompass 8 cities and over 7.6 million customers.

Empresa de Electricidade da Madeira (EEM)

Empresa de Electricidade da Madeira (EEM) is a publicly-owned utility responsible for the production, transportation, distribution and commercialization of energy on the Madeira Islands: Madeira and Porto Santo. EEM has over a decade’s experience managing these islands’ electrical networks in conjunction with a large penetration of hydro, wind and solar photovoltaic (PV) production.

Oslo Airport

Avinor AS is a state-owned, limited company that owns and operates 46 airports in Norway. That includes the Oslo Airport, the second-busiest airport in the Nordic countries, with 24 million passengers and 245,000 aircraft movements every year

CenterPoint overcomes outages with Network Manager ADMS

CenterPoint Energy, an energy company based in Houston, Texas, sought to upgrade its distribution network in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike. The company wanted to improve its outage response and service to its 2.4 million metered customers in southeast Texas. CenterPoint Energy used Hitachi Energy’s technology to create an intelligent, self-healing grid that uses smart meter and field sensor information to quickly identify, isolate and restore power outages.