MiDGIS™ – is a GIS based Distribution Analysis and Planning package. It is a user friendly windows based application that can be used by companies engaged in the business of power distribution. MiDGIS™ is available as a Desktop – Client Server model. Core engines like load flow, short circuit analysis are very robust, field proven and time tested for decades. Modelling the systems and performing various analysis is simplified. Once required data is collected, it can be modelled and analysed within minutes.
MiDGIS™ brings network analysis and geo spatial / location information together. With location information utility is empowered with visuals, utility will be well equipped to supply quality power, safety and improved reliability with good protection system and contingency management, well managed outages, compliance, reduction of loss, cut costs and more.
Role based multi-level secured access
Library of all power system elements.
Multi - layering of objects to view, select, edit & present the results.
Multi-level nesting of sub-systems
User defined symbols for elements for easy identification.
Switching ON/OFF for all power system elements.
Panning to facilitate fast & easy scrolling along X & Y direction.
Real-time zooming facility for the diagram to any fractions of a zoom level.
Easy network glance for identification of strong & weak Network
Asset validation & movement tracing.
Identify, plan & act to reduce the losses
Planning Load Shedding Scenarios
Planning the Location, Size & Capacity of the required Reactive Power Compensation
Power Flow & Losses in each segment
Simulation & analysis of ‘What If’ scenarios
Simulation of Balanced / Unbalanced / Open Fault in the system study and its impact
Simulation of the network modifications yields for cross verification, effective resource & time management
Specification of all power system equipment is maintained as separate libraries.
Power system libraries are used for different power system studies.
Slack Bus Concept
Gauss - Seidel, Newton - Raphson, Fast-Decoupled, and Current Injection techniques
Real & Reactive Power Optimization
Fault levels for symmetrical and asymmetrical faults.
All types of symmetrical and asymmetrical faults with and without impedance
Fault simulation on buses or lines
Network Validation : Validate survey network data before pushing To centralized database
Load Allocation : Reduce / increase the effective load in a specific area / feeder
Load Simulation :Simulate bulk / uniformly distributed loads
Phase Balancing : Balance the load on all the three phases (RYB)
SLD Viewer : View single line diagram along with data and results
New Consumer Connection : Simulate the impact of addition of a new consumer
Long Term Load Forecasting : Forecasts the load over a longer period for planning new expansions
Compute LF & LLF : Compute load factor and loss load factor using the Energy Meter readings
Reactive Power Optimization : Compute the location, size and capacity of shunt capacitors
Energy Loss Computation : Compute the percentage energy loss in the system
Network Re-Configuration : Reconfigure the system to reduce the overall system loss
Line Re-Conductoring : Re-conductor a full / partial feeder to reduce the overall system loss
Express Feeder Analysis : Analyze the express feeder tapping to improve overall system profile
DTC Relocation : Analyze the new DTC location to share the load or to distribute the load uniformly
Sub-Station/DTR proposal : Propose a new sub-station and new DTC location
Switching Optimization : Find the Open / Close position of switches in the system to reduce system loss
Voltage Regulator Placement : Find size and location of regulator to improve the system voltage profile
Line Support Evaluation : Evaluate the strength of RCC/PCC line supporting structures
Cost Estimation : Estimate the total cost of the project / modifications based on the SR book entries
Cost Benefit Analysis : Economically compare and analyze two different solution scenarios
Present Worth Analysis : Compute the economic feasibility of the project / modification
Ground Grid Design : Design the Sub-station Earth Mat
Line Parameter Calculation : Calculate the Positive, Negative and Zero Sequence Line Parameters
Cable Parameter Calculation : Calculate the Positive, Negative and Zero Sequence Cable Parameter
Load Research : Analyze the different consumer class profiles and behaviour
Reliability Index : Compute SAIDI, SAIFI, CAIDI and CAIFI index
Sub-station to Consumer Tracing
Consumer to Sub-Station Tracing
DTC to Consumer Tracing
Consumer to DTC Tracing
LT / HT Feeder Tracing
Segment wise Tracing
From Node – To Node Tracing
Network Tracing Report:
Zoom in / Zoom out / Zoom Rectangle
Pan Grab / Pan Directions