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Address the Pain Points

Three major challenges confront legacy Energy Management System (EMS) solutions built on relational databases or big-data frameworks.

Counterintuitive Data Management

The natural topology of energy management network is graph-based. Mapping the highly interconnected data into a tabular representation is tantamount to data captivity. Furthermore, traditional SQL-style query languages have had many people’s wings clipped while their minds are full of exciting exploration ideas.

Slow and Rigid Data Analysis

Relational databases fall short of complex computations and analytics, mainly due to the endless joins and recursions. This issue becomes more problematic when dealing with large dataset. The rigid rows-and-columns format, though once served its purpose, is now preventing energy strategists from gaining insights while they are sitting on a treasure trove of data.

Scalability Sacrifices Performance

Scalability is a crucial topic for energy companies as they cope with the expanding demands of the regions they serve, the devices they manage, and the energy sources they develop. To face the sheer increases, however, most so-called scalable IT systems are offered in either vertical fashion with hardware addition, or horizontal fashion but sacrifices performance and agility.


Power Girds as Graphs

The primary objective of a power grid is to persist a continuous balance between supply and demand at the minimum cost, even in the face of sudden fluctuations in demand or unexpected equipment failures.

Ultipa offers a robust and intelligent solution with high-density parallel computing power to ensure the smooth and environmentally sustainable operation of the system.

  • Power Flow Analysis
  • Alterative Path Identification
  • Structural Vulnerability Analysis
  • Redundancy Analysis
  • ...
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Next-Generation Energy Management

Recognizing the common objectives of higher ROI and lower TCO in the energy sector, Ultipa Graph enhances system productivity, boosts satisfaction among customers and employees, and simultaneously reduces IT expenses. Ultimately, it contributes to addressing the gap between energy demands and generations, fostering a more sustainable future.

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