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Smart grid solutions provider Survalent Technology has commissioned an advanced distribution management system (ADMS) for Jefferson County Public Utility District (PUD) in Washington state.

Survalent says the system includes several applications, including SmartVU Operator Interface, SCADA Explorer, IED Wizard & Control Panel, and Remote Alarm Annunciation.

"The new ADMS system will allow Jefferson County PUD to automate their distribution network operations in order to minimize outages and increase operational efficiency," comments Mike Bowdle, vice president of U.S. sales at Survalent. "Remote Alarm Annunciation will inform PUD personnel of critical alarms 24/7/365 on their mobile devices."


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