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[June 10, 2013]

Distribution Management System

NEW YORK, June 10, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Distribution Management System Full, Intermediate, and Light DMS Solutions for Distribution Utilities:Global Market Analysis and Forecasts A distribution management system (DMS) serves as the brains of distribution networks, supporting all aspects of grid operations. Third-generation advanced DMSs (ADMSs) offer a common user experience across many integrated distribution applications that share one common network model. Simply put, the DMS is the user interface to critical distribution infrastructure.

Information technology (IT) side projects following in the wake of smart grid equipment rollouts are the primary drivers behind third-generation DMSs in the near term. The underlying operational benefits of increased reliability and cost-effective optimization are also contributing to advances in this space. Moreover, rapidly growing interest in integrated distributed energy resources management motivated by renewables integration and demand response is spurring innovation. Navigant Research forecasts that annual revenue from distribution management systems will reach nearly $935 million worldwide by 2020.

This Navigant Research report analyzes the global market trends for full advanced DMS (ADMS), intermediate DMS, and light DMS solutions. The report provides a roadmap for DMS technology, along with a comprehensive assessment of the demand drivers, business models, policy factors, and technology issues associated with this diverse and dynamic market. Key industry players are profiled in depth, and worldwide revenue forecasts, segmented by deployment type and region, extend through 2020.

Key Questions Addressed: What is the addressable market for advanced DMS/SCADA worldwide?- What are the benefits of DMS to utility operators, engineers, and planners?- How can a DMS improve system reliability, support renewable integration, and increase grid efficiency?- Who are some of the major players that are active in the DMS market?- What are the greatest technical challenges facing DMS today?- How are utilities deploying and utilizing DMSs in smart grid rollouts?- What are the market drivers and barriers for DMSs? Who needs this report? Smart grid hardware and software vendors- Renewable energy equipment and service providers- Utilities- Government agencies- Investor community Table of Contents 1. Executive Summary1.1 Distribution Management System Overview1.2 Changing Market Landscape1.3 Market Forecast2. Market Issues2.1 Distribution Management Systems2.2 Benefits of Distribution Management Systems2.2.1 Operator Situational Awareness2.2.2 Planning and Engineering Aspects2.3 Market Drivers2.3.1 Smart Grid Rollouts2.3.2 System Reliability2.3.2.1 Reliability Improvements - Value of Service to the Customer2.3.3 Integrated Volt-VAR Control and CVR Strategy2.3.4 Asset Utilization and Load Growth2.3.5 Demand Response and Load Control2.3.6 Renewables Integration2.3.7 Modular Advanced Distribution Management Systems2.4 Market Inhibitors2.4.1 Funding and Deployment Timeframes2.4.2 "Good Enough" Solutions May Delay Adoption of DMS2.4.3 Telecommunications Concerns2.4.4 Lack of Standards2.5 Market Trends and Opportunities by Region2.5.1 North America2.5.2 Europe2.5.3 Asia Pacific2.5.4 Latin America2.5.5 Middle East & Africa3. Technology Issues3.1 Introduction3.2 Background3.3 Innovation in Distribution Automation and Smart Grid Infrastructure3.4 Increased Safety3.5 DMS Roadmap3.5.1 Network Model3.5.2 State Estimator: Enhancing System Overview3.5.3 Load Flow/Power Flow3.5.4 Optimal Power Flow3.5.5 Contingency Analysis (n-1)3.5.6 Short-Circuit Computations3.5.7 Control Center3.5.8 Distributed Energy Resources and Demand Response3.5.9 Advanced Metering Infrastructure Integration3.5.10 Asset Management Integration3.5.11 Situational Awareness and Business Intelligence3.5.12 Integration with Field Resources3.6 Common Information Model (CIM)4. Key Industry Players4.1 Introduction4.2 Utilities4.2.1 American Electric Power (AEP)4.2.2 Dominion Virginia Power4.2.3 Duke Energy/Progress Energy4.2.3.1 Progress Energy Quick Facts4.2.4 Électricité de France (EDF)4.2.5 Exelon/PECO4.2.6 Iberdrola4.2.7 Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)4.2.8 Portland General Electric (PGE)4.2.9 San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E)4.2.10 Southern California Edison (SCE)4.2.11 Southern Company4.2.12 State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC)4.2.13 Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)4.3 Power System Vendors4.3.1 ABB4.3.1.1 Ventyx, an ABB Company4.3.2 Accenture4.3.3 Alstom Grid4.3.4 Ambient Corp.4.3.5 Cooper Power Systems (a division of Cooper Industries)4.3.6 Current Group4.3.7 Efacec Advanced Control Systems, Inc. (Efacec ACS)4.3.8 EnerNex4.3.9 ETAP4.3.10 GE Energy4.3.11 GRIDiant4.3.12 Landis+Gyr4.3.13 Open Systems International, Inc. (OSI)4.3.14 Oracle4.3.15 Powel4.3.16 RuggedCom4.3.17 Schneider Electric4.3.18 Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL)4.3.19 Siemens Energy4.3.20 Silver Spring Networks4.3.21 Space-Time Insight4.3.22 Tollgrade Communications4.3.23 UTILICASE5. Market Forecasts5.1 Introduction5.2 Forecast Assumptions5.2.1 Light DMS - Navigant Research Definition5.2.2 Intermediate DMS - Navigant Research Definition5.2.3 Full DMS - Navigant Research Definition5.2.4 Additional Assumptions5.3 Global Market Forecast5.4 Regional Forecasts5.4.1 North America5.4.2 Europe5.4.3 Asia Pacific5.4.4 Latin America5.4.5 Middle East & Africa5.5 Smart Meters Managed by a DMS6. Company Directory7. Acronym and Abbreviation List8. Table of Contents9. Table of Charts and Figures10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes List of Charts and Figures DMS Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020- DMS Revenue by Deployment Type, World Markets: 2013-2020- DMS Revenue by Deployment Type, North America: 2013-2020- DMS Revenue by Deployment Type, Europe: 2013-2020- DMS Revenue by Deployment Type, Asia Pacific: 2013 2020- DMS Revenue by Deployment Type, Latin America: 2013-2020- DMS Revenue by Deployment Type, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2020- Smart Meters Served by Automated Substations by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020- High-Level Overview of a Smart Grid with a Centralized Control Center- Future Distribution Control Center with Video Wall- Common Information Model (CIM) Vision- General Categories of Smart Grid Rollout- Average Sustained Outage Durations: 2000-2009- Illustration of CVR Configuration- Feeder Voltage Profile with LTC, Voltage Regulator, and Capacitor Bank- CIM as an IEC Standard List of Tables Network Model Management- Network Optimization- Network Control Room- DER and DR- AMI Integration- Asset Management Integration- Situational Awareness and Business Intelligence- Integration with Field Resources- DMS Definition by Deployment Type- DMS Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020- DMS Revenue by Deployment Type, World Markets: 2013-2020- Full DMS Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013 2020- Intermediate DMS Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020- Light DMS Revenue by Region, World Markets: 2013 2020- DMS Revenue by Deployment Type, North America: 2013-2020- DMS Revenue by Deployment Type, Europe: 2013 2020- DMS Revenue by Deployment Type, Asia Pacific: 2013-2020- DMS Revenue by Deployment Type, Latin America: 2013-2020- DMS Revenue by Deployment Type, Middle East & Africa: 2013-2020- Smart Meters Served by Automated Substations by Region, World Markets: 2013-2020 To order this report:Logistics_and_Freight Industry: Distribution Management System __________________________ Contact Clare: clare@reportlinker.comUS:(339) 368 6001Intl:+1 339 368 6001 SOURCE Reportlinker

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