A big part of utilizing the smart grid to its full potential is leveraging your AMI data not only to judge consumer usage, but to understand how efficiencies can be realized inside of your office. With NISC’s MDMS, you’ll be able to view your data through customizable reports and graphs that will allow you to determine how effectively your equipment is being utilized. Identify over- and under-loaded transformers and feeder line loss before a possible failure occurs. Get the most out of your data, and your equipment, with MDMS.

Custom Data Analysis

Make your AMI data work for you with NISC’s MDMS. Create custom charts and reports that will help you identify areas that you want to monitor, leveraging your AMI data to help you recognize issues before they arise.

Distribution Analytics

NISC’s Distribution Analytics module for MDMS can help you reduce the cost of failures and associated equipment replacements. At a glance, you’ll be able to proactively identify over-loaded or under-loaded transformers and feeder line loss closer to real-time than ever before.

Integrated Outage Management

Click to Learn MoreWith NISC’s MDMS receiving outage data from NISC’s OMS system, the MDMS is able to provide a more precise estimation of missing interval data. Having outage data reported from the OMS and the AMI system helps fill in possible outage gaps, creating an enhanced enterprise data-sharing process.

Virtual Metering

Virtual Metering unlocks data analytics beyond the limits of traditional meter data analysis. By creating virtual meters, you can combine physical meters into a single virtual meter for totalized analysis or split physical meters into separate virtual meters for individualized analysis.

GIS Integration

Combining GIS circuit data and MDMS interval data, you can configure or re-configure system design, detect and replace failing equipment, or forecast future resource needs, as well as proactively target potential disasters and inefficiencies across your distribution system due to improperly-loaded transformers and feeder line losses.