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Siemens software enables part of Vienna to increase grid capacity and accelerate energy transition

Siemens software enables part of Vienna to increase grid capacity and accelerate energy transition

“Generating data-driven insights is essential to overcome the growing – and sometimes unpredictable – challenges in the power grid and ensuring efficient and reliable grid operations. Implementing LV Insights® X is the next milestone in our partnership with ASCR, incorporating valuable insights gained from a fruitful collaboration. We are excited to support ASCR in becoming a trailblazer on the path to net-zero,” said Sabine Erlinghagen, CEO Siemens Grid Software.
“The use of decentralized, renewable energy resources is essential in sustainable urban areas. Increased flexibility and transparency are the key to optimizing network planning and management. With LV Insights® X we can take this to a completely new level in aspern Seestadt, Vienna,” said Matthias Gressel, General Manager of ASCR.
LV Insights® X was launched in June 2023 and provides the foundation for flexible, adaptable, and scalable low-voltage grid management. Based on existing network data, ASCR can easily create a complete digital twin of its distribution network, as well as plan and operate it much more flexibly with near real-time insights. Broadly speaking, the software enables distribution system operators (DSOs) to reduce outage times by up to 30 percent. LV Insights® X is part of Siemens Xcelerator, an open digital business platform that enables customers to accelerate their digital transformation easier, faster, and at scale.

Siemens software enables part of Vienna to increase grid capacity and accelerate energy transition

Siemens software enables part of Vienna to increase grid capacity and accelerate energy transition

LV Insights® X is an off-the-shelf, ready-to-use solution, with a short implementation time. It is designed to have open standard interfaces, which can be configured with a simple drag and drop. With this new and flexible concept, it fits seamlessly into an existing system landscape.

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Siemens Smart Infrastructure

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