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OSI's SCADA system selected to support Spain's hydro generation assets

OSI's SCADA system selected to support Spain's hydro generation assets

June 30, 2016 - Open Systems International, Inc. (OSI) was selected by Gas Natural Fenosa of Spain to supply a new SCADA system based on OSI's state-of-the-art monarch (Multi-platform Open Network ARCHitecture) platform as part as a new Integrated Control Center of the Velle Valley to be located in A Batundeira, Ourense, in the northwest part of the Spanish region of Galicia.

Gas Natural Fenosa, as one of the largest gas and electricity companies in Spain, has been serving customers for more than 170 years with the objective to serve society through smart and innovative solutions and technology. During its history, Gas Natural Fenosa diversified its business, becoming the first group to integrate gas and electricity, as well as expanding its reach in the gas and electricity markets worldwide.

The newly acquired SCADA system will replace and merge two independent Spectrum 4.5.1 systems into one system to allow centralized control, operation and maintenance of all hydro generation assets in Spain. The system will initially encompass fifty hydroelectric generation complexes, and reflects the compromise of Gas Natural Fenosa with renewable energies and its emphasis on innovation and technological development.

Gas Natural Fenosa's new SCADA system includes OSI's next-generation, .NET based Graphical User Interface (GUI), Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition, Calculation and Scripting Subsystem, Real-time and Historical Trending, Data Engineering and Maintenance Subsystem, Advanced Alarm Management System, Communications Front-end Processor, Inter-control Center Communications Protocol, Advanced Historian, and Advanced situational awareness system including web and mobile interface.

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