As part of the agreement, the power grid facilities will be upgraded with innovative sensorics technologies and predictive data analytics, which use instruments for managing overhead power lines with a risk-oriented approach. The new system will assess the contamination and deterioration of insulators using diagnostic data and predict equipment failure based on its location and condition. By preventing technological violations at power grid facilities, it can enhance power supply in the Moscow region.
“Rosseti Moscow Region is committed to developing the company’s power grid facilities using national technologies. The system of predictive analytics based on weather deterioration forecasts will prevent emergencies and anticipate the location and scope of technological disruptions. Also, it will determine the resources needed for repairs. Predictive management of overhead power lines through equipment condition control will enhance preventive efforts and encourage quick response to emergencies. Together with Skoltech, we are making progress toward ensuring the full sustainability of power supply,” Sinutin noted.