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Smart Grid Norway, a provider of energy measurement, power quality and energy efficiency services and technologies, has adopted the SkySpark analytics platform from Virginia-based SkyFoundry.

SkyFoundry says Smart Grid Norway will utilize SkySpark for real-time data collection and automated analytics to detect patterns in data that represent faults, anomalies, and opportunities for improved operations and cost reduction.

"We are excited to have the SkySpark analytics platform adopted by such a leading smart grid company as Smart Grid Norway," comments John Petze, partner at SkyFoundry.





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