Grid Management and Analytics Platform

The Gridco Systems GMAP™ is an advanced suite of back-office applications that provide remote monitoring and control, data collection, analysis and reporting, and feeder optimization.  Designed to provide a comprehensive view of Gridco Systems In-line Power Regulators (IPRs) and Distributed Grid Controllers (DGCs), the GMAP seamlessly integrates with SCADA, DMS, VVO and other applications, and enhances distribution system operations with real-time alerts, trending and actionable power system analytics.  The GMAP also supports detailed logging and security management.

The Gridco Systems GMAP provides distribution system operators with the tools they need to effectively manage Gridco Systems IPRs and DGCs, and coordinate them with other distribution devices to optimize feeder- and system-level performance.

Key Features

  • Remote configuration, software management, and control of all IPRs and DGCs – individual and bulk
  • Collection of power monitoring and event data, including waveforms and graphs
  • Customizable data collection to optimize communication network bandwidth
  • Monitoring, management and notification of device alarms
  • Event and log collection and correlation for device and power troubleshooting and problem resolution
  • Customizable reports and data exports
  • Certificate management for secure access to devices by utility personnel
  • Industry-standard protocols for integration with existing enterprise applications
  • Redundant architecture for disaster recovery
  • Support for up to 1 million IPRs with a single GMAP instance
  • Browser-based user interface for remote, 24/7 anywhere access

Key Benefits

  • Easily manage fleets of IPRs and DGCs without impacting SCADA or DMS
  • Receive real-time alerts and notifications for device and system awareness
  • Collect, store and analyze data to understand trends, optimize distribution grid performance and improve business processes
  • Enhance existing DA, CVR, VVO, FDIR, asset management, revenue protection, and other initiatives
  • Understand new patterns of power demand and flow to more reliably integrate distributed energy resources
  • Enable utility-controlled peak demand management capabilities
  • Offer enhanced power quality