Advanced utility data management and analytics for improved operation situational awareness of EPU operations
This Tutorial examines current practices, industry trends, and new research on the use of various data sources and analytics tools to enhance situational awareness of system operators, as well as on the data-integration and -management technologies to facilitate effective implementation of data-analytics applications in the control room and to support operation engineers. The content is broken down into the major areas that are relevant for the development and implementation of data-analytics tools, which are: data and information sources, data-analytics techniques to interpret this data, applications of data analytics in system operations, data integration and modelling to integrate data into operations, and data quality.
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