The future is now.
for transmission utilities.
ABB Digital Transformation.
Complete grid control anywhere, anytime.
Webinars and whitepapers.
STEVEN A. KUNSMANN
This article discusses basic application variants, results, and field experiences involving the non-conventional instrument transformer (NCIT), combined with the flexibility and modularity of the stand-alone merging units for process bus IO systems. In addition, the paper covers field installations of the GIS sensor technology and the availability of IEC 61850-9-2 implementation.
ABB to enable world’s largest digital substation
The future is stronger.
Make the first steps on your digitalization journey, ready for tomorrow’s demands.
ABB Ability™ Ellipse™
The performance orchestration of priority, process and people. ABB Ability Ellipse is ABB’s connected asset lifecycle management solution that unifies world-class functionality for enterprise asset management (EAM), workforce management (WFM) and asset performance management (APM).
ABB Ability™ Network Manager™ EMS
ABB Ability Network Manager Energy Management System (EMS) helps provide reliable and high-quality bulk electric supply. An integrated wide-area monitoring system (WAMS) and other advanced applications help transmission operators achieve and maintain an optimal operating state.
ABB wired and wireless communications portfolio offers long lasting support for utilities specific communications, while also delivering on the requirements of digitalized grids of the future.
Enabling digital substations
Bridging the gap between analog and digital technologies.
The ABB Digital Substation is a core enabler to increase safety, productivity and reliability for grid operators and to reduce the overall substation cost.
Substation Automation Products
ABB’s world-class protection and control solutions ensure reliable power transmission. Working alone, or in conjunction with ABB's remote terminal units, the intelligent electronic device is the supervisor of substation automation without which the intelligent grid would lose its eyes and ears. But hardware is only as useful as the software used to manage it, and ABB’s range of software tools offer unparalleled ease of use to make deployment, operation and maintenance of systems as simple, and safe, as possible.
Progress and security.
The productivity of modern industry depends on sophisticated computer-controlled automation systems that have become so powerful, and so ubiquitous, that they amount to a new industrial revolution – the internet of things, services and people, as ABB calls it.