Monitor and manage every aspect of your system, from distribution to customer-owned grid edge devices. Partner with Oracle to improve reliability and performance across your territory when it matters most.
A grid operator's guide to DERMS
Create a central point for monitoring and control across diverse energy networks, even as grid edge devices proliferate.Explore Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) from Oracle
Extend visibility down to customer-owned grid edge DERs. Increase the efficiency of your entire network and reduce disruption and safety issues caused by the variability and intermittency of renewable generation.Explore Distribution Energy Resource Management System (DERMS) from Oracle
Restore outages faster, integrate emergency and mutual-aid crews, and get accurate information to customers.Explore Outage Management System from Oracle
Communicate across network devices with an operational technology message bus (OTMB) for real-time integration that is secure, reliable, scalable, and cost-efficient.Explore Live Energy Connect
“We’re talking outages that impact thousands of customers restored in a matter of a couple of minutes, whereas historically it would have been a couple hours before we got anyone in to look at it.”
Senior Manager, Distribution System Operations, Evergy
Meet real-time reporting and control requirements in all North American ISOs and RTOs.Explore ICCP Services (PDF)
Brad Williams, Vice President, Industry Strategy, Oracle
Years ago, as a young engineer tasked with investigating a blackout phenomenon, Brad Williams quickly learned the most cost-effective solution was not on the grid side, but with the customer.Read the complete post
Utilities are turning to the OTMB to address current operational needs and create a scalable platform for the future.
Get ahead of the accelerating complexity and scale of devices, data, and distributed generation on the smart grid.
Fearless industry insider, sought after speaker, and OT-tech oracle for Oracle, our own Brad Williams is known around the utility community as The Grid Guy.