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Automated Distribution
IEEE definition of ADS
Reasons of using Automated Distribution
Overall Purposes of creating ADS
Kinds of ADS structures
Components of ADS

 

IEEE definition of ADS  
 

Automated distribution system (ADS) enables a distribution company to control and coordinate the distribution equipments from distance in real time.

   
Reasons of using Automated Distribution
  Growth of Distribution companies
Customer satisfaction
Budget limitation
Progressing and cheapening hardware
Progress in hardware application
Creating hardware connectors of human and machine with full graphical facilities
Progress in electrical communication
   
Overall purposes of creating ADS
 

Postponing necessary investments
Reducing utilization expenses
Offering better services to customers
Increased control on network

   
Kinds of ADS structures
 

Concentrated structure (suitable for small networks)
Decentralized structure (suitable for large networks)

   
Components of ADS
 

A. Automated Distribution Hardware
    Central Hardware( main and prior computers)
   Electrical Communication (Radio Modem , Leased Line, DSL)
   Terminal)
    Interface Equipment, Battery
B. Scada X ADS Hardware
     Distribution Management System (DMS)
     Geographical Information System (GIS)

   
   

 

 

Presenting Tehran Comprehensive  plan of ADS
Phasing Project Execution
Providing Tender documents
Tender
Project Execution

  • Setting Standards in Distribution Network Utilization

  • Defining purposes of creating ADS

  • Defining ADS Capabilities

  • Studying methods of achieving competitive advantage

  • Presenting ADS comprehensive plan

  • Feasibility Study

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