The new device developed by RELYUM together with i-DE has SoC-e’s technology and allows remote testing automation in a digital substation.
Last December 14th Alicia Alonso and Laura Guerrero from RELYUM attended the I Smart Grids Congress, organized by Futured, as speakers to submit the RELY-TEST.
We are faced with a scenario in which there is no longer room for power injection, nor measures through copper cables since all analog signals are replaced by digital data packets.
On the one hand it is intended to take advantage of remote testing capabilities based on IEC 61850 standard, reducing process time, displaced persons and electrical operation. In contrast, it will increase safety by avoiding energy injection.
In the Congress there they were able to see technological advances in the context of Power Grids, the new dynamization in the grid and new business models, automation in low voltage, digitization technology and advanced equipment. It was a very good opportunity to connect with the electricity sector at the national level.
In the photo Laura Guerrero is presenting the communication ‘Automation of remote tests in a digitized substation’, based on the work of so many months of the RELYUM team.
The RELY-TEST is going to be a real revolution. Stay tuned for more news as we publish it.