In the age of smart devices, it's time technology advances to our substations and allows maintenance and operations to leverage that technology to better understand their assets: condition-based maintenance. There are several pieces to making a condition-based maintenance successful as well as challenges to implementing and having a successful condition-based maintenance program. The potential benefits are there and leveraging technology is a step towards understanding our substation assets.
Moving to "Smart" Substations
Posted: 14 Dec 2014
Authors:Elizabeth B. Bray
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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