SCADA, EMS and DMS Services

CompuSharp's greatest strength is its technical depth and experience in the field of design, implementation, project management, and servicing of SCADA and EMS systems. In particular, our engineering staff has extensive experience in analysis, development, customization and implementation of EMS applications. Some of the recent contributions of CompuSharp personnel are:

Relational DB customization and maintenance
Communication protocol customization for ICCP, RTUs, LAN and WAN
TCP/IP Interface for DNP protocol for RTU communication
Customizing Control features for Circuit breakers, Transformer Taps
Real-time dispatch, AGC control, and real and reactive power reserve monitoring
Closed loop security dispatch and control
Multi-area dispatch and control
Testing and tuning of on-line units
Interchange schedule customization for single and multi-areas
Database creation and multi-area customization of load forecasting
Customization, implementation, and tuning of scheduling functions including unit commitment, hydro scheduling, and hydro-thermal coordination
Development and implementation of Water Inflow forecasting and monitoring
Power network modeling (e.g. HVDC), DB parameter tuning, customization and implementation of net work analysis functions - Topology processor, State Estimator, Parameter Estimation, Load Flow, Sensitivity Analysis, Contingency Analysis, Unbalanced Fault Analysis, Voltage Collapse, and Optimal Power Flow including security constrained dispatch, Voltage/ VAR scheduling, remedial and preventative functions
DTS customization (e.g. HVDC and Hydro simulation) and tuning
Common Information Model (CIM) implementation to import and export data between different subsystems of an EMS as well as between different control systems
Consulting services in meter placement and modeling neighboring utilities' network for on-line applications
Custom integration of third party software

Our engineers have the training and experience needed to analyze legacy packages (for example, FORTRAN applications), determine the adjustments and enhancements that will best suit the needs of a particular Electric Utility, and implement the changes to produce robust software that will continue to work well in today's evolving frameworks.