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Vancouver-based Bit Stew Systems has released version 3.3 of its Grid Director smart grid analytics platform. The major emphasis of version 3.3, according to the company, is the introduction of a number of advanced grid management features tailored for smart grid network operations centers.

Bit Stew says that new capabilities include enhanced analytics and features for grouping, sorting and filtering data from network routers and communications links; seamless transition between panels, dashboards, tables, reports and the interactive map; and additional trending and data forensics tools and capabilities.

“Version 3.3 is an exciting extension of our existing platform and builds more capabilities into our mapping and analytics engine,” says Alex Clark, chief technology officer of Bit Stew Systems. “We have designed the functionality in consultation with leading utilities and trialed in test and pilot systems. The feedback from our customers has been extremely positive.”


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