September 24, 2018 | Sandy Simon
Look anywhere today in the world of utility systems and you will see a variety of technology marketed toward the advancement of grid management and control techniques. If you talk to most utilities, you will likely find a team thinking about an Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS). Whether it be the technology examination for applicability to the organization, or a full implementation, it is difficult to find a utility where ADMS is not on the tip of their tongues.
But what is an ADMS? What makes it “Advanced”? Why do we need it? Is there a way to get to “advanced” sooner than later? In a fast-changing business and technology landscape, how do utilities ensure there are no regrets with the expensive and long-lived technology decisions they are making? Continue reading.