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A new SCADA System design in the Power System of Montenegro - ICCP/TASE.2 and Web-based real-time electricity demand metering extensions

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Each EMS (energy management system) relies upon the SCADA system, which is characterized by a complexity of belonging HW & SW as well as the high costs. To preserve previous investments in a SCADA infrastructure, but to assure your SCADA/EMS system to "hold a step" with the innovations in this field, it's a good idea to build your system in a such manner to be open for future changes and upgrades. It can be achieved by using open development tools, capable to provide low-cost, long-lasting upgrades that can be performed from inside the Power Company. This paper describes a similar problem approach-the upgrade of an "old" SCADA system. Upgraded SCADA system comprises 19 new RTU's, ICCP data exchange with remote centers as well as the web-based real-time electricity demand metering, made for the first time within one Electricity Company in the South East Europe. A complete upgrade & integration of the existing SCADA software with the new SCADA features and advanced network technologies that are presented here were achieved thanks to the selected programming tools: MS Visual Basic, PHP (PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor) and MySQL. The choice of these tools was a "king pin" of the successful implementation and upgrade of the control system

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Power Systems Conference and Exposition, 2006. PSCE '06. 2006 IEEE PES

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Oct. 29 2006-Nov. 1 2006

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