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AGT International has announced the commercial release of SafeGRID, a security solution for smart grids.

AGT says SafeGRID is an integrated solution that incorporates intelligent sensors and analytics that deliver real-time data and asset visibility, helping grid operators manage threats and risks. The solution was developed by AGT International while working with partner Emtele on a pilot project in Finland for electricity distribution company Elenia.

“We are delighted to announce the release of our SafeGRID solution, to address the need for greater grid resiliency, especially as smart grids evolve,” says Mati Kochavi, CEO of AGT International. “It converts smart data into relevant and actionable insights to solve the problems that we know grid operators face, now and into the future."



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