Supported by the ERIGrid 2.0 Lab Access programme, eneida – a leading grid monitoring and analytics company – spent a week at PNDC testing a new fault identification and classification feature of its DeepGrid® platform.

Using PNDC’s unique HV and LV labs, the test team generated over 60 fault events to generate valuable real-world data to help eneida train and refine the analytics underpinning this new feature.

João Campos, Data Scientist at eneida, said: logo

“Our test period at PNDC proved paramount to the development of our new fault classification/location feature. The PNDC assistance was crucial in managing the experimental setup and conducting our tests, allowing us to go beyond our objectives.”

Ryan Sims, Lead Research and Development Engineer at PNDC, adds:
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“PNDC is delighted to have been able to support eneida with the continued development of its leading LV monitoring platform. The development of fault identification and location capabilities into eneida’s DeepGrid® platform will reduce the engineering effort required for fault resolution and ultimately increase LV network resilience for customers. PNDC’s facilities provided a safe and flexible test bed for eneida to develop this application prior to deploying it in the real-world with its customers”

Close-up of three-phase fault testing:

Below is a selection of photos from eneida’s visit to PNDC. Click on any thumbnail to view the full-size version:

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