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BlackSky expands its dynamic monitoring capabilities with Airbus reseller partnership

By GeoConnexion - 2nd November 2022 - 21:18

Schneider Electric, the global provider of the digital transformation of energy management and automation, announced IEEE 2030.5 CSIP certification for EcoStruxure DERMS and EcoStruxure ADMS. With IEEE 2030.5 certification, EcoStruxure DERMS – the #1 ranked DERMS vendor as recognized by Guidehouse Insights Leaderboard – now provides new, enhanced capabilities to interface with Distributed Energy Resources (DER). Advanced monitoring and control capabilities also provide ultimate situational awareness, grid constraint management and maximized DER hosting capacity. IEEE 2030.5 represents the most comprehensive communications interface for DER connected to smart inverters such as solar panel installations, battery energy storage systems and electric vehicle chargers. EcoStruxure DERMS and EcoStruxure ADMS are two of the first solutions to combine 2030.5 with its core capability to aggregate DER at any level of the network hierarchy, allowing implementation of a wide range of grid services by using DER flexibility in a holistic and orchestrated way.

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