Prismaclimate Monitors Extreme Weather Events for Improved Grid Resiliency.

How it works

Continuous Monitoring of Every Span in Any Weather

In an era where “once-in-a-century” extreme weather events are transitioning into regular occurrences, their rate presents a profound challenge to the resiliency of transmission grids. PrismaClimate™, a part of the PrismaPower™ suite of grid monitoring solutions, pinpoint faults as they happen, in any weather, and in the most remote areas, saving valuable time and effort for linemen crews. 

PrismaClimate scales up to grid sizes for thousands of kilometers or miles to detect and alert different climate events, in real-time, down to the nearest tower location, and without installing anything on the wire or towers, across all transmission line spans.

We’ve put together everything you should know about PrismaClimate in a nifty two-page brochure.

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Use Cases

  • Icing
  • Galloping
  • Wire tension
  • Extreme winds
  • Lightning strike
  • Wildfires
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Solution Architecture

For the last 20 years, transmission system operators have deployed fiber optic cables as part of their transmission grid. PrismaClimate turns the existing Optical Ground Wire (OPGW) into a set of highly sensitive distributed sensors extending for hundreds and thousands of kilometers or miles. The solution connects to one single dark fiber at a substation, sensing the grid. PrismaClimate’s machine learning algorithms take the detailed data collected on the grid to detect and classify events, pinpointing them down to tower locations in real-time. 

All the information and alerts are concentrated into one command and control center so PrismaClimate can continue scaling with the grid. PrismaClimate is your way to take off some of the burdens of responsibility.

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