Mecklenburg will benefit from a user-friendly system with better support and advanced features that can improve operations.
MISSISSAUGA, ON (PRWEB) December 05, 2014
Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative replaced their existing SCADA system with an Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) from Survalent Technology.
The new system includes Survalent's highly-available, open-architecture system that allows utilities to create their own programs and databases. The system is based on Windows Server Operating System, and includes Survalent’s open-system applications:
- STC Explorer
- IED Wizard and Control Panel
- Command Sequence
- Event Data Recording
- System Configuration Status (SCS)
- SurvCentral for Mobile Devices
- MultiSpeak Interfaces
“Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative, like several of their neighboring cooperatives, updated from an older technology to a Survalent Advanced Distribution Management System,” states Steve Strauss, VP of Sales for the Eastern US. “Mecklenburg will benefit from a user-friendly system with better support and advanced features that can improve operations.”
About Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative
Mecklenburg Electric Cooperative (MEC) is a Touchstone Energy Cooperative, headquartered in Chase City, Virginia, with three district offices—Chase City, Gretna, and Emporia. Serving over 31,000 accounts, it provides electricity to portions of nine counties in Southside Virginia.
About Survalent Technology
Survalent Technology is the most trusted global supplier of Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS) for Electric, Transit, Renewable and Water/Wastewater utilities. For over five decades, we have helped more than 500 utilities use operational data to increase reliability, efficiency and customer service. We partner with utilities across the globe to create mission critical solutions that will achieve the promise of the Smart Grid. Learn more at http://www.survalent.com.