Redefining the SCADA Architecture to Support Substation Flexibility
This paper discusses why utilities should move from a traditional SCADA architecture to a distributed architecture and how this change affects the physical design of the substation to be simpler, more flexible, and less costly. The use of local HMI, which is the cornerstone of this new architecture, delivers vast benefits that can help utilities operate better today and puts them on the right path toward a smarter grid into the future.
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