It's the Network

Wolf, Gene
October 2008
Transmission & Distribution World;Oct2008, Vol. 60 Issue 10, pD10
Trade Publication
The article discusses the use of intelligent networks to operate assets efficiently in substations. It states that these intelligent networks are integrating systems designed to collect and communicate asset information in the substations and across the enterprise. According to the article, utilities will have the ability to gather and filter data to determine the health of the equipment and system with the use of intelligent networks.


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