How to Build Smarter Electrical Substations by Mimicking Biology
Those responsible for risk mitigation at utilities and other electrical distribution networks can take a degree of inspiration and guidance from human biological mechanisms, especially the human nervous system. Employing some level of biomimicry during switchgear modernization in the deployment of sensors and connected substation technology pays off in numerous ways. Those include better energy efficiency, superior asset performance management,extended equipment lifespans, protection of capital investments, and improved service continuity—even by retrofitting existing equipment.
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