The integration of Enterprise GIS with different aspects of a smart grid can improve the efficiency of a utility's electrical system, enable intelligent demand side management and enhance energy security through sustainable business intelligence. Wider application of GIS will be particularly useful in India, where consumption monitoring, detection of tampering and reduction of commercial and technical line losses are high priorities.
A Perspective on Enterprise GIS in India
Posted: 13 Jul 2013
Authors:Alekhya Datta and Parimita Mohanty
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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