Indra deploys its smart grid solution for distributed energy resources in Australia

The company is designing and installing a next-generation electricity microgrid at the Monash University campus, Australia’s largest, to guarantee its sustainability and energy efficiency The microgrid is based on InGrid Active Grid Management (AGM), the IoT platform developed by Indra for automatically balancing generation, operation and demand, reducing costs and improving the reliability of the electrical system The project is part of the university’s objective to achieve zero net emissions by 2030 and already incorporates one megawatt of rooftop solar generation capacity, which will be expanded to another three toward the end of 2018   Indra, one of the top global consulting and technology companies, and Monash University, Australia’s largest

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Minsait drives, through a european project, the construction of new Internet of Things solutions for improving the management of Smart Cities

Within the framework of the CPSE Labs project, Indra’s digital transformation unit has contributed its product FEEP IoT&BigData Platform Sofia2 as the basis for developing a smart water management system that is capable of saving up to 40% of consumption Minsait technology will also be the basis for two new projects that have just been launched to test the use of drones as a source of information for the new European emergency call system and for promoting sustainable development in cities The CPSE Labs project is framed within the Horizon 2020 EU Framework Programme, the main goal of which is to launch a collaborative node network to facilitate experimentation with

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Indra to implement a major transformation project for EScom, the Malawi Electricity Company, for 8.4 million euros

The project involves implementing and integrating advanced systems in the distribution, commercial and corporate divisions to provide a global view of the business as well as an integrated management model and improvements such as fewer energy losses, technological modernization of the company, and more skills for staff In similar projects for other companies in the African energy sector, Indra has managed to reduce technical costs by an average 20% and commercial costs by 25%, combined with an average 90% reduction in the duration of power outages and 50% in energy losses The project reaffirms Indra’s leadership in the development of transformation and modernization projects for the African energy sector, where

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