Energy savings of electrical network through data-based real-time simulation

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Otto-Hahn-Ring 6
81739 München
Bavaria
Germany

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  • InnoTrans 2018
  • Hall 4.2 202
  • Outdoor Display O/420
  • Outdoor Display 1/400
  • Outdoor Display 2/105
  • Outdoor Display 2/104
  • Outdoor Display 2/106
  • Outdoor Display 2/400
  • Outdoor Display 2/405
  • Outdoor Display 2/410

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Up to 15-percent energy savings and improved availability of electrical network through data-based real-time simulation:
A rail operator’s electrical network is subject to various external factors: weather, usage intensity, voltage fluctuations from train operations. By combining our SCADA (Sitras RSC) network control system with the intelligent energy management system Sitras (iEMS) and Sitras Sidytrac Real Time, it’s now possible for the first time to depict a power grid and energy flows in a data-based real-time simulation. This enables peak loads to be predicted and avoided, makes critical network conditions transparent, optimizes train timetables based on energy demand and consumption – ultimately making services controllable and reducing energy consumption by up to fifteen percent.