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The Case for Building Smart Grid Apps With Service Oriented Architecture

September 28, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  Greentech Media

Nearly every smart grid application you can name relies on functionality and data from multiple systems. Take condition-based transformer maintenance, for instance. Leading utilities are predicting failures and building proactive maintenance strategies by combining data from their AMI networks along with data about transformers from enterprise asset management systems, then analyzing past failure data from maintenance applications.

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