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Brampton,  ON 
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The Most Trusted Provider from SCADAto ADMS

Survalent is the most trusted provider of SCADA AND advanced distribution management systems (ADMS) for electric, transit, gas and water/wastewater utilities across the globe. Over 600 utilities in 40 countries rely on the SurvalentONE platform to effectively operate, monitor, analyze, restore, and optimize critical network operations. By integrating data from across your network, the solution delivers real-time operational intelligence and control which empowers users to proactively respond and take corrective action as necessary.

Easy to deploy, manage, scale and use, the platform provides a low total cost of ownership. Utilities from around the globe have benefited from greater operational efficiencies, enhanced customer satisfaction through reduced outages, and improved network reliability. Our unwavering commitment to excellence and to our customers has been the key to our success for over 60 years. Visit out booth to learn why we have 100% project delivery rate and have a 98.2% customer retention rate since 1983.

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Brands: Survalent ADMS SurvalentONE SCADA SurvalentONE OMS SurvalentONE DMS

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  • Across the country, power outages are becoming the norm. Consequently, customers are growing increasingly frustrated, and more costs are being incurred by utilities, leaving them with no choice but to pass that cost along to customers. That is why the goal for every utility is to improve power reliability constantly. Providing reliable power does more than keep customers happy; it helps reduce economic and productivity losses. One investor-owned utility in Illinois had become all too familiar with frequent outages. Fortunately, when it looked for help, it didn’t have to look far. A long-standing industry partner and neighbor, based in Bolingbrook, IL, was called upon to help the utility provide a scalable approach to distribution automation so the utility could provide reliable power to its 1.2 million customers in Illinois.

    While it’s almost impossible to predict when an outage may occur, technologies are available today that can help utilities restore power automatically and minimize the number of customers affected by sustained outages. Customers across Illinois experienced sustained outages due to not having a way of automatically restoring power. Whenever a fault or loss of voltage would occur in a non-automated system, a utility worker would need to be notified and then send out a repair team to restore power manually. Across a service territory of 43,700 square miles, it can be extremely difficult and time-consuming to determine the location of an outage before traveling to fix it. While it is simple to minimize the reliability issue by implementing an automated system, this typically requires significant capital and financial investment to install the necessary pieces of equipment.

    But other solutions were possible. The utility company knew that in working with one of its long-time suppliers and partners, they could collaborate to improve its power reliability on multiple existing 69 kV circuits. The electrical provider and its power systems provider collaborated in the past, and when the two companies put their best engineers together, customized, powerful solutions became possible. However, the vendor didn’t manufacture sub transmission equipment to serve at the 69kV voltage level. To improve distribution system reliability, the provider’s engineering team worked with existing SCADA system to provide FLISR (fault location, isolation and service restoration) functionality —something that had not been done before at the 69kV voltage level.

    A new way to incorporate FLISR

    When it comes to reliability improvements, FLISR is one of the most effective ways to improve reliability without exhausting critical human resources. Essentially, it’s an automated way of restoring power as fast as possible to as many customers as possible. While FLISR can help minimize the impact of customers affected, it cannot prevent an outage.

    Reliability metrics to evaluate FLISR operations:

    1. The number of customers interrupted (CI),
    2. The number of customer minutes of interruption (CMI).

    In a 2014 Department of Energy study of five utilities with FLISR functionality established, FLISR was found to reduce the number of customers interrupted (CI) by up to 45 percent, and the customer, minutes of interruption (CMI) by up to 51 percent for an outage event. Both metrics are components of the equations that are used to calculate System Average Interruption Frequency Index (SAIFI) and System Average Interruption Duration Index (SAIDI).

    For years, the utility felt the performance of its frequent and lengthy outages was unacceptable. As mentioned, the major reason for the sustained outages was the lack of a way of automatically restoring or redirecting power. At the time, the current system required a dispatcher to be notified of an outage. From there, a crew would be dispatched to travel to the circuit to ascertain the reason for the outage and rectify the issue to restore the circuit. This total process could take as long as six to eight hours to complete. On average, it took one-third of that time to find the location of the fault. Often, the source of an outage may not be known until a customer flags it, such as reporting a down tree on a powerline.

    The power solutions vendor and utility’s engineers jointly installed a server computer located in a secure location equipped with the software provided by the vendor to facilitate FLISR functionality at the 69kV voltage level. With the FLISR software installed, the server computer can now process all the information it receives from the SCADA system to determine actions that need to be taken to minimize the number of customers affected during an outage. The initial solution incorporated 12 switches and eventually scaled to 44 switches across six (6) 69kV circuits that provide real-time and critical data that can be analyzed, acted upon and corrected.

    FLISR applications provide greater visibility into outages and can automatically reroute power, ultimately minimizing the number of customers impacted by outages. With fewer and shorter power disturbances, a utility can improve its standard reliability metrics such as the System Average Interruption Frequency Index (SAIFI) and the System Average Interruption Duration Index (SAIDI).

    How it works

    The FLISR software has a simplified one-line diagram that includes all 69 kV switches that participate in this automation logic. All devices on this one-line diagram have data points mapped to them which are being exchanged with the existing SCADA system via an Inter-Control Center Communications Protocol (ICCP). Utilizing those data points from the field, the software sends commands back to the SCADA server, which then distributes the commands back out to the devices as needed.

    It is unlikely that a single software package can be replicated for utilities across the country. There can even be several differences within an individual utility. One challenge going into this project was that FLISR had never been done at the 69kV voltage level. Typically, this solution is utilized at voltage levels between 5kV and 38kV. The vendor’s team worked with the utility engineers to design, engineer, test, deliver and commission a system as a pilot involving twelve (12) 69kV switches.

    During that pilot, the vendor trained utility operators to become self-sufficient and expand the system to grow the FLISR installation. The ability to scale the system independently from the vendor lead to significant savings for the Illinois utility provider and will continue to do so over the coming years. Completing the pilot project involving 12 switches and providing in-depth training to utility workers was completed within 12 months in 2016. With the first line being the most problematic portion of the system, the utility decided to expand to other lines in the system to try to capture more events. Over the next two years, the FLISR system was expanded to the currently participating 44 switches.

    Scalable changes made - positive results

    While the main benefit of a centralized FLISR system has having the ability to minimize the number of customers subjected to an outage, the biggest benefit of this solution is that it enabled the electric provider to augment the FLISR functionality to its existing SCADA system, eliminating the need to make sweeping changes to the existing system.

    Another reason the utility selected this software is because of the additional operation mode feature. Most automation solutions that are offered with FLISR functionality offer only two modes of automatic operation, on or off.The software installed by the vendor provides three modes of operation: on, off and semi-automatic mode. Automated FLISR actions typically take a few seconds, while manually validated FLISR actions can take five minutes or more. The semi-automatic mode provides control room operators a report of suggested steps (switching orders) which provides the utility with critical insights and details on how and why the system will respond to the fault. This enables them to make the best decision to minimize the outage.

    The semi-automatic mode also provides another layer of peace of mind. While some utilities might be wary of switching to a fully automatic system, the semi-automatic mode provides critical data and doesn't take any action by itself automatically. Initially, the utility let the system run in semi-automatic mode for the first six months after the completed pilot installation. During these first six months, the utility encountered three automation events that were captured in semi-automatic mode. The resulting switching orders gave the electric company the confidence to use the fully automatic mode and let the system run by itself for any future events.

    Utilities are facing more pressure than ever to implement effective distribution automation solutions. Severe weather conditions are becoming more common, and customers and regulators are demanding that utilities increase reliability. By using this approach, The vendor leveraged existing switches and SCADA system to provide a very scalable approach to distribution automation without making a cost-prohibitive investment. While distribution automation is typically achieved by investing in equipment in the field such as overhead and padmount switchgear, with this solution, the utility can use instant data from the existing SCADA system to have FLISR functionality, without making a costly investment. Using the new FLISR software system, the utility can assess the situation and make decisions to restore power faster during an outage.

  • Integration of key sites will help Strata Solar Services meet time-sensitive service guarantees

    BRAMPTON, ON April 3, 2019— Survalent Technology Corporation, a leading provider of advanced distribution management system (ADMS) software, today announced that Strata Solar Services has implemented SurvalentONE SCADA to provide centralized monitoring and control of NERC-regulated solar plants as well as those with time-sensitive service guarantees and megawatt thresholds. With SurvalentONE SCADA, Strata Solar Services will connect multiple plants into a single, integrated system that enables operators to efficiently monitor real-time telemetry data and control plant-level hardware, relays, and inverters.

    Strata Solar develops, operates, and manages utility-scale, commercial and industrial solar photovoltaic systems. With more than 200 solar projects in operation across the U.S., Strata Solar is regularly ranked among the industry’s leading solar companies. The company’s Operations and Maintenance division—Strata Solar Services—manages the solar plants, providing real-time monitoring and control to optimize performance, maximize system output, and increase revenue. The team has experienced tremendous growth in the past two years, resulting in the need for an enterprise SCADA system that can pull data from geographically diverse locations into their new, NERC-compliant Network Operations Center.

    “Before we implemented SurvalentONE SCADA, our operators went through a complex process to access each plant separately and look for data,” said Georgia Ditmore, Director of Operations for Strata Solar Services. “Our goal was to bring the data to them so they could efficiently monitor and control multiple plants within one system. Now, they can log in once to the Survalent platform and receive live data for all plants in an easily navigable platform.”

    Strata Solar Services selected SurvalentONE SCADA because it offered the utility-specific functionality, flexibility, and scalability they wanted to dramatically increase the speed and simplicity of monitoring and controlling plants across a broad geography. Operators in the Network Operations Center can view real-time telemetry data and voltage trending charts, pull up images of local meters to check their status, monitor alarm feeds, and interact with breakers, inverters, and relays.

    “The SurvalentONE platform is built for interoperability, which ensures that Strata Solar Services can quickly onboard new plants onto a centralized SCADA system,” said Steve Mueller, President and Chief Executive Officer of Survalent. “Our vendor-agnostic integration capabilities are a critical success factor for many of our customers as we allow the control center to share data and execute activities without replacing their existing infrastructure.”

    About Strata Solar

    Strata Solar is a leading provider of utility-scale, commercial and industrial solar photovoltaic systems. Strata Solar has constructed over 1 gigawatt (GW) in total solar capacity and maintains a development pipeline of over 3GW. The company’s integrated approach, which includes development, financing, engineering, procurement, construction, storage, operations and maintenance, allows Strata Solar to consistently build quality projects with long-term ownership in mind. Strata Solar is consistently ranked as one of the largest utility-scale solar integrators in the U.S. To learn more, visit

    About Survalent

    Survalent is the most trusted provider of advanced distribution management systems (ADMS) for electric, gas, transit, and water/wastewater utilities across the globe. Over 600 customers in 30 countries rely on the SurvalentONE platform to effectively operate, monitor, analyze, restore, and optimize operations. By supporting critical utility operations with a fully integrated solution, our customers have significantly improved operational efficiencies, customer satisfaction and network reliability. The company’s comprehensive substation automation solution, StationCentral, delivers advanced control and monitoring for enhanced network performance and protection. To learn more, visit us at Follow us on Twitter @Survalent and LinkedIn.


  • SurvalentONE SCADA
    With SurvalentONE SCADA, you can significantly improve network reliability, increase utilization, and cut costs....

  • Operating an electric, gas, water, or transit utility requires a high degree of analysis, planning, oversight, and coordination that is difficult to achieve without the support of a modern, centralized Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system.

    SurvalentONE SCADA provides a real-time overview of an entire utility network, as well as detailed insight into the current and historical state of individual field devices. As your network grows and evolves, SurvalentONE SCADA can grow with it, providing a solid foundation for Survalent’s extensive suite of ADMS applications.

    SurvalentONE SCADA is interoperable with devices from all manufacturers, supports a large suite of industry standard protocols, and supports up to quad redundancy which virtually eliminates downtime risk.

    Improve Network Reliability

    SurvalentONE SCADA offers unparalleled visibility into your distribution network, dramatically expanding your awareness of daily operations. Collecting and analyzing network data with SurvalentONE SCADA enables you to detect problems before they occur and make the necessary adjustments to prevent an outage.

    When an outage does occur, SurvalentONE SCADA’s advanced data collection capabilities help field crews identify the exact location without having to wait for customers to call in. As well, by isolating outages and rerouting power to unaffected sections, operators can control telemetered devices remotely, restoring power far more quickly and eliminating the need for costly truck rolls.

    Streamline Operations

    SurvalentONE SCADA automates routine network administration, maintenance, and recovery tasks which allows you to improve productivity within the control room and in the field. Instead of regularly dispatching field crews to diagnose problems and adjust equipment in the field, you can achieve the same result more quickly and economically by training operators who can address these issues remotely from the control room.

    The solution allows your field crews to spend less time running between substations performing routine tasks and more time focusing on high-value network improvements.

    For example, connecting an intelligent electronic device (IED) to the SCADA system is a routine task that can be both time-consuming and error-prone. With IED Wizard, operators can automate the creation of SCADA database points for IEDs, which eliminates point addressing errors, and reduces development and maintenance time. It features a powerful RTU mapping tool and a library of the most common IEDs, greatly simplifying the set-up process.

    The IED Control Panel allows you to rapidly configure, view and operate a photo-realistic representation of each IED.

    Since SurvalentONE SCADA is compatible with popular Microsoft Office productivity applications, reports can be easily created and disseminated to internal and external stakeholders.


    ▪ Greater network reliability
    ▪ Increased operational efficiency
    ▪ Improved situational awareness, enables faster, more informed decision-making

    ▪ Cost savings achieved through remote monitoring and control of field devices
    ▪ Improved performance indices (e.g., SAIDI, SAIFI)

    Key Features

    ▪ Support for wide range of industry-standard communication protocols
    ▪ Sophisticated authentication and access control
    ▪ Secure, multi-level tagging to inhibit control of devices
    ▪ Extensive, configurable alarm management
    ▪ Flexible report creation, formatting, and scheduling

    “Survalent’s SCADA system performed flawlessly and it was instrumental at enabling the operations team to coordinate all their efforts to restore power in the fastest possible way.”

    - Golfo Norte Distribution

  • SurvalentONE OMS
    With SurvalentONE OMS, you have the ability to respond faster to network interruptions, reducing the duration of each outage and its impact on your customers....

  • SurvalentONE OMS is a comprehensive solution that empowers utilities to reduce the scale and duration of outages through efficient tracking and management. It provides predictive outage analysis to help isolate the extent of the outage and probable fault location, processes for rapid damage assessment, automated reporting capabilities, and enhanced customer communications capabilities to provide up-to-date outage information to all stakeholders. Moreover, SurvalentONE OMS allows you to proactively and safely guide dispatchers and field crews when they are conducting restoration activities.

    Restore Power Sooner

    With the efficiency gains achieved through SurvalentONE OMS, your field crews can be dispatched to fix a problem within minutes of the first outage report. Instead of driving around to locate the fault, crews can immediately focus their attention on the device or grid segment identified by the OMS, saving even more time.

    Since repairs get underway sooner, outages are shorter which means improved reliability indices.

    Proactively Manage Power Outages

    SurvalentONE OMS, complemented by a diverse collection of optional applications, provides an enterprise-class platform for all outage-related activities.

    Fully integrated with SurvalentONE SCADA and DMS, our OMS suite can also exchange information with a host of critical business applications, including GIS, CIS, AMI, WMS, AVL, TCS, and IVR.

    Industry standard reliability indices are automatically calculated from the detailed online and archived records maintained for each outage. You can also leverage an extensive list of key performance indicators (KPIs) to monitor the health of your network in real-time and address potential problems early on.

    Increase Operational Efficiency

    SurvalentONE OMS automates the receipt of outage information by empowering your customers to quickly and easily submit outage reports online through the browser-based SurvalentONE Customer Outage Portal, instead of phoning them in to your call center.

    Using AMI notifications or customer outage reports the OMS can predict the extent of an outage and the probable fault location.

    Dispatchers and field crews are able to leverage the comprehensive job management features included in SurvalentONE OMS to coordinate repair activities in the field and stay on top of ongoing operations.

    Notably, field crews can use the Damage Reporting and Assessment application to upload photos, notes, and other information to the OMS, giving the control room a firsthand look at what is happening in the field.

    Track All Customer Issues

    SurvalentONE OMS also gives your team the ability to record and track calls regarding faulty streetlights, downed electrical wires, vegetation management issues, and other infrastructure problems unrelated to power outages. Dispatchers can review call records and create tickets to follow up on work as required.

    Enhance Customer Satisfaction

    By adding the SurvalentONE Customer Outage Portal application to your website, you can give your customers anywhere, anytime access to the latest outage updates, including scheduled outages and — for outages in progress — the estimated time of restoration (ETOR). An added benefit of keeping your customers in the loop with real-time outage information is that you minimize the number of inbound calls per outage, freeing up the CSRs in your call center to address other customer concerns. Customers can also subscribe to receive real-time outage updates through IVR, Text or Twitter.

    Optimize Network Performance

    SurvalentONE OMS provides detailed insight into the operation of an electric distribution network by calculating IEEE reliability indices and many other KPIs in real time. You can use these KPIs to detect problems as they emerge, proactively find solutions that will keep your network running smoothly and evaluate how your network is performing over time.


    ▪ Enhanced customer experience
    ▪ Increased operational efficiency
    ▪ Greater situational awareness
    ▪ Faster, more informed decision-making
    ▪ Less impact on customers due to shorter outages
    ▪ Increased transparency so customers can stay informed about upcoming and current outages
    ▪ Improved reliability indices (e.g. SAIDI)
    ▪ Lower inbound call volume
    ▪ Availability of OMS displays in a variety of SurvalentONE applications

    Key Features

    ▪ Full integration and the ability to receive notifications from ADMS applications, including controls, command sequencing, field/network operations, and tags
    ▪ Advanced call analysis for predicting the interrupting device
    ▪ Auto-generated outage callback lists based on customer preferences
    ▪ Job management feature for tracking field-crew assignments, materials, and vehicles
    ▪ Create custom reports based on outage cases or IEEE reliability indices
    ▪ Standards-based interfaces (e.g., Multispeak) to third-party systems (GIS, CIS, AMI, etc.)
    ▪ Licensing available for single, dual, tri, or quad server configuration

  • SurvalentONE DMS
    SurvalentONE DMS applications allow utilities to make informed, dynamic decisions to efficiently manage load and improve network reliability...

  • SurvalentONE DMS is a collection of integrated, feature-rich distribution management system applications that enable you to implement smart grid technology at your own pace to increase the reliability and efficiency of your network. With SurvalentONE DMS, utilities can analyze and optimize critical grid functions, automate processes for significant efficiency gains, improve demand response capabilities, achieve substantial peak reductions, and accurately predict network conditions via a single, intuitive user interface.

    Improve Network Reliability

    SurvalentONE DMS empowers you to substantially reduce the duration of power outages and the number of sustained outages, resulting in increased revenue, better performance metrics, higher customer satisfaction, and the ability to offer performance guarantees that will attract large commercial and industrial (C&I) customers into your service area.

    The Distribution Power Flow (DPF) application can continuously monitor for overload conditions and issue warnings before minor problems develop into full-blown service interruptions.

    The FLISR application has the capacity to turn sustained outages into momentary ones by automatically locating faults, isolating them, and then rerouting power to customers in the non-isolated area, all within seconds.

    Protection Settings Manager can maintain the correct protection settings for any given network configuration, while our Short-Term Load Forecasting application is able to predict future load conditions based on analysis of historical data and weather, further mitigating risk.

    With SurvalentONE DMS, you can implement smart grid technology at your own pace, incrementally increasing the reliability and efficiency of your network.

    Optimize Power Quality

    SurvalentONE DMS can help you save money by significantly increasing the proportion of electricity that actually reaches your customers. Using our Volt/VAR Optimization application, you can efficiently manage voltage and reactive power throughout the network, minimizing losses.

    Our DMS applications provide data analysis and insight that you can leverage to help your operators make more informed energy decisions. If integrating and managing DERs - such as rooftop solar panels - into your network is proving to be a challenge, our Distribution State Estimation application can more accurately predict the state of your network grid based on detailed connectivity modelling and telemetry from field devices.


    ▪ Greater network reliability
    ▪ Increased operational efficiency
    ▪ Increased revenue due to more network uptime
    ▪ Improved performance indices (e.g., SAIDI, SAIFI, CMI, etc.)
    ▪ Enhanced situational awareness allows for informed decision-making
    ▪ Higher customer satisfaction
    ▪ Ability to offer performance guarantees to large C&I customers

    Analysis & Forecasting Applications

    Our analysis and forecasting applications give your team greater visibility into the network, empowering control-room personnel, managers, and other employees to make better, more informed decisions.

    In particular, these applications can improve how you manage DERs by monitoring the direction of flow into your network in real-time.

    • Distribution Power Flow
    • Distribution State Estimation
    • Short-Term Load Forecasting
    • Load Estimation

    Demand Response Applications

    SurvalentONE demand response applications can help you manage loads, especially during peak demand periods, thus ensuring optimal power quality and preventing overload conditions that can lead to costly brownouts and blackouts.

    By monitoring the network and — when necessary — issuing commands to field devices, demand response applications will keep your grid operating within preferred parameters.

    • Dynamic Voltage Regulation
    • Load Curtailment
    • Rotational Load Shedding
    • Voltage Reduction

    Distribution Automation Applications

    SurvalentONE distribution automation applications are designed to improve network reliability and provide real-time insight into how the system is operating at any given moment.

    These applications keep electricity flowing to as many customers as possible by automatically reconfiguring the network.

    • Fault Location, Isolation, and Service Restoration (FLISR)
    • Power Factor Control
    • Protection Setting Manager
    • Volt/VAR Optimization

    Learn more at or read our brochure.

  • SurvalentONE FLISR
    Distribution Automation software that monitors voltage, identifies and isolates faults, and resupplies power or loss of voltage in seconds to minimize outage impact and duration....

  • When a tree falls on a power line, field crews may take several hours to locate the problem and repair the damage. Meanwhile, thousands of frustrated customers must put their lives and businesses on hold until power is restored. In response, utilities are turning to fault location, isolation, and service restoration (FLISR) technology.

    Survalent’s FLISR solution is based on a sophisticated fault location algorithm that uses telemetry from field devices, in tandem with the SurvalentONE ADMS network model, to rapidly identify faults, isolate them, and then automatically resupply as many customers as possible.

    With SurvalentONE FLISR in the control room, utilities can turn sustained outages into momentary events resulting in greater network reliability, lower CMI, and increased customer satisfaction.

    Loss of Voltage

    SurvalentONE FLISR includes our Loss of Voltage (LOV) application, which monitors the network for sudden voltage drops. When the LOV algorithm detects a loss of voltage in a substation or elsewhere in the grid, the application will attempt to isolate the cause of the voltage loss from the network and reroute power to as many customers affected as possible.

    Minimize Outage Duration & Extent

    When lockout devices are tripped, SurvalentONE FLISR immediately limits the severity of the ensuing power outage, restoring service to non-faulted areas in seconds versus hours. Less downtime means less financial impact on customers, especially large commercial & industrial (C&I) customers who incur significant losses during even the briefest service interruption.

    By keeping electricity flowing to more customers for more hours of each day, utilities simultaneously increase their revenues and improve performance metrics such as CMI, SAIDI, and SAIFI, which are used by regulators and customers to assess the quality of the network.

    Increase Revenue by Attracting Premium Power Customers

    With SurvalentONE FLISR, utilities can attract large C&I customers to set up shop in their service area by providing reliability guarantees as part of a contracted service level agreement.

    Reduce Operating Costs

    Control room operators no longer have to spend time diagnosing faults and trying to estimate their locations because SurvalentONE FLISR can do it all for them in seconds. The solution narrows down fault locations to a smaller search area, allowing field crews to find and fix problems faster which reduces labor costs. By automatically switching as many customers as possible downstream of the fault to neighboring feeders, SurvalentONE FLISR frees up crews to focus on the root cause of each fault. Since field crews drive fewer miles per rollout, less fuel is used and there is less wear and tear on service vehicles and equipment.


    ▪ Rapid service restoration for customers
    ▪ Increased customer satisfaction
    ▪ Improved CMI, SAIFI, SAIDI & related performance indices
    ▪ Increased revenues through more network uptime and premium power programs
    ▪ Lower field service costs
    ▪ Compliance with regulatory standards
    ▪ Better decision-making in the control room
    ▪ Coordinate with other distribution automation solutions

    Key Features

    ▪ Seamless integration with SurvalentONE ADMS
    ▪ Centralized FLISR solution
    ▪ Ability to enable/disable the application on a per feeder basis or globally
    ▪ Semi-automatic and automatic modes of operation
    ▪ Vendor agnostic for field devices
    ▪ Sophisticated fault location algorithm
    ▪ Comprehensive FLISR operations log and switch order created for every FLISR event
    ▪ Enhanced testing capabilities
    ▪ Optional Integration with SurvalentONE Distribution Power Flow and Distribution State Estimation to enhance service restoration analysis

  • Survalent ADMS
    The SurvalentONE ADMS platform is a fully integrated supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), outage management system (OMS), and distribution management system (DMS) solution...

  • The SurvalentONE ADMS platform is a fully integrated supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), outage management system (OMS), and distribution management system (DMS) solution that runs on a single, easy-to-use graphical interface. Built from the ground up on a Windows-based platform that is scalable, secure, and open, it efficiently integrates, manages, and processes data from a broad array of sources. Because our solutions are easy to deploy, manage, scale, and use, they provide a low total cost of ownership.

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