Power Quality Analytics
Detect anomalies and eliminate them - before they impact your business
Small failures of electrical equipment can lead to large power outages with severe impact on operations and business. Power Quality Analytics is an innovative and scalable digital service to detect disturbances, prevent damage to equipment, and reduce outage costs in electrical grids.
Webinar: Power Quality Analytics Service ‒ How AI can help ensure reliable supply of your processes
Energy change is a big challenge for industrial operators and utilities because of the increasing volatility of the power quality. At the same time, the application of power electronics leads to a higher sensitivity of technical processes against disturbances. Permanent monitoring in combination with a fast classification of events and abnormal states is crucial to detect disturbances at an early stage. With our Power Quality Analytics (PQA) service, Siemens PTI contributes to help customers avoid or at least damp the impact of disturbances on the reliability of supply.
Watch our on-demand webinar and discover:
- PQA methodology and technical setup
- Application examples and types of critical states
- Live demo of PQA workflow
Data analytics with a modern AI approach, combined with the knowledge of power quality expertsPower quality (PQ) data is continuoulsy recorded and then analyzed by modern AI algorithms. This is a perfect complement to our proven fault analysis approach. Experienced Siemens PQ experts verify the diagnosis provided by the analytics system. In case of a critical event, they also consult on suitable mitigation measures.
The Power Quality Analytics service provided by Siemens PTI has helped us to identify the problem. Without these measurements and consulting support we would not have noticed the first disturbances which would possibly have damaged our system in the long term.
Thanks to the warning we could see that we had a problem with a capacitor battery and a 5th harmonic filter. The warning was very important for us.Roberto Díaz Juan, Head of Engineering and Maintenance at Ercros in Sabiñánigo