The World Market Study of SCADA, EMS, DMS and OMS in Electric Utilities: 2017-2019

  • ID: 4471590
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 356 Pages
  • Newton Evans
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The World Market Assessment and Forecast is Based on 98 Market Research Surveys from 24 Countries

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ABB
  • DC Systems
  • Esri
  • ICSA (India) Limited
  • Invensys Process Systems
  • N-Dimension Solution Inc.
  • MORE

A Four-Volume Report:

The World Market Study of SCADA, Energy Management Systems, Distribution Management Systems and Outage Management Systems in Electric Utilities: 2017-2019 is a four volume, multi-client market report. Participants in this market study include utility engineers and managers from investor-owned utilities, municipal and provincial utilities, cooperative utilities within the United States and Canada, together with national power systems throughout the world.

The study measures current market sizes and will contain projections on a world region basis for the next several years. The entire research program helps define the product and market requirements which suppliers must meet in order to successfully participate in one or more of these diverse world market regions.

In the first quarter of 2013, it was estimated that a combined value of awards for EMS, SCADA, DMS, OMS and energy exchange and ISO/RTO systems at upwards of $6.5 Billion over 4 years. It is important for electric utilities and control system vendors to learn how changes in the world market conditions since then will affect the outlook for 2017-2019.

Volume 1, North American Market:

This year’s survey sample represents about one third of all North American end-users of electricity, and about 20% of transmission (HV) substations, 14% of distribution (MV), and 12% of distribution line miles, survey findings from this group indicated a total of 11,775 pole top RTUs, 35,943 secondary RTUs or smart DA devices, nearly 10,000 substation RTUs and a variety of other automation devices or operational components. Responses to each question are broken out by company type (IOU, Public, Coop, Canada) and size (small: <100,000 customers; medium: 100,000-499,999 customers; large: =500,000).

Volume 2, International Market:

Thirty-one utilities from 25 countries participated in the 2017-2019 study. The prior study (2013-2015) had included participation from 46 utilities in 34 countries. Collectively, the three most recent studies of EMS, SCADA, DMS and OMS have included participation from more than 100 international utilities in more than 50 countries outside of North America. For those questions that had been asked in prior surveys, the narrative summary from those earlier studies has been included in this report to provide previous survey findings.

Volume 3, World Market Assessment and Forecast:

The World Market Assessment and Forecast is based on 98 market research surveys from 24 countries, viewpoints gathered from systems integrators, consultants and private client research programs, and the publisher’s internal estimates and projections. Additionally, the publisher bases its outlook for utility control systems on (a) reviews of past studies; (b) research from related commissioned studies; (c) extracts from respected financial and economic indicators including the World Bank and UN data sources and other important international NGO and banking partners; and (d) external viewpoints provided by industry market participants (integrators and consultants). Volume Three also provides summary estimates and outlook information for the global market for electric power operational control and monitoring systems, including those operated by Operations units (EMS, SCADA and DMS) and some guided by IT or customer services groups (outage management systems). This material is allocated into six world regional summaries that include: North America, Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America, Middle East and Africa, Asia-Pacific and South Asia.

Volume 4, Supplier Profiles:

Summaries of 32 companies that provide equipment and/or services in the Electric Power Transmission and Distribution control systems marketplace. Includes Company Histories, Key Personnel, Products and Services, and information on operations, revenue and customers where available.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ABB
  • DC Systems
  • Esri
  • ICSA (India) Limited
  • Invensys Process Systems
  • N-Dimension Solution Inc.
  • MORE

Vol. 1 North American Market:

Introduction
Current and future use of Energy Management (EMS), Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA), Distribution Management (DMS), and Outage Management (OMS)
1. Which of these systems does your company use? (Check all that apply)
2. What vendors do you use for the systems you have?
3. Do you plan to add any new/replacement or upgraded/retrofitted systems by 2019?
4. What is your planned estimated budget range from 2017 to Year End 2019 for EMS?
5. What is your planned estimated budget range from 2017 to Year End 2019 for SCADA?
6. What is your planned estimated budget range from 2017 to Year End 2019 for DMS/ADMS and/or OMS?
7. Do you have an Advanced DMS (ADMS)? (i.e. does it provide SCADA, DMS and OMS together in one user interface)
8. If you have an ADMS, does the SCADA functionality and network modeling include Distributed Energy Resources (DERs)?
9. What applications do you use as part of your DMS or ADMS?
10. Does your utility currently have real-time linkages between SCADA and GIS or OMS? (Check all that apply)
11. Is the support group for EMS/SCADA/DMS part of your corporate IT department or managed by the line of business?
12. Has your utility converged SCADA/DMS and OMS functions?
13. What types of networks do you use for communication from the substation to the external EMS/SCADA/DMS host/network? (Check all that apply)
14. For communication from the substation to the external EMS/SCADA/DMS host/network, do you use an “in-house” network or rely on a commercial carrier network?
15. Please indicate your current and planned use of communication protocol(s) within the substation, and from the substation to external EMS/SCADA/DMS host/network. Check all that apply.
16. If you are NOT using or planning to use IEC61850, what are some reasons why you are not interested?
17. What communications method(s) do you use to connect your SCADA system to substations?
18. Check any external assistance or third-party services needed for the following control center activities
19. Please specify the approximate number of CURRENTLY INSTALLED RTUs, PLCs, substation platforms, etc. on your EMS/SCADA/DMS systems.
20. Please specify the approximate number of additional RTUs, PLCs, substation platforms, etc. PLANNED FOR INSTALLATION on your EMS/SCADA/DMS systems from 2017 to Year End 2019.
21. Does your utility currently have some form of analytics?
22. Please check your level of agreement/disagreement with the following statements:
23. If you have any comments to add regarding the statements/topics in the previous question, leave them here
24. For which of the following applications does your utility use synchrophasors?
25. What are the Operating System preferences for the platforms on your system?
26. What are some of the latest technologies that you have incorporated into your EMS/SCADA/DMS platforms?
27. With experienced personnel leaving the workforce due to retirements, how is your utility able to maintain a “Qualified Support Staff” for EMS/SCADA systems?
Use this space for comments, or to suggest new features, tools, applications or services that you need or expect to see available from EMS/SCADA/DMS vendors (e.g. service oriented architecture, additional cyber security features, NERC compliance reporting, etc.)
Regarding “As Is” Engineering to Operations Integration (GIS to DMS/OMS) model maintenance, and how distribution circuit designs move from GIS to (A)DMS in current processes.
28. How are distribution circuit designs captured and transferred?
29. How are distribution circuit designs updated?
30. What standard is used for updating design files?
31. What system is master?
Regarding “As Desired” Engineering to Operations Integration (GIS to DMS/OMS) model maintenance, and how distribution circuit designs move from GIS to (A)DMS in current processes.
32. How should distribution circuit designs be captured and transferred?
33. How should distribution circuit designs be updated?
34. What standard should be used for updating design files?
35. What system should be master?
Questions from Previous Surveys

Vol. 2 International Market:

Introduction
Current and future use of Energy Management (EMS), Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA), Distribution Management (DMS), and Outage Management (OMS)
1. Which of these systems does your company use? (Check all that apply)
2. What vendors do you use for the systems you have?
3. Do you plan to add any new/replacement or upgraded/retrofitted systems by 2019?
4. What is your planned estimated budget range from 2017 to Year End 2019 for EMS?
5. What is your planned estimated budget range from 2017 to Year End 2019 for SCADA?
6. What is your planned estimated budget range from 2017 to Year End 2019 for DMS/ADMS and/or OMS?
7. Do you have an Advanced DMS (ADMS)? (i.e. does it provide SCADA, DMS and OMS together in one user interface)
8. If you have an ADMS, does the SCADA functionality and network modeling include Distributed Energy Resources (DERs)?
9. What applications do you use as part of your DMS or ADMS?
10. Does your utility currently have real-time linkages between SCADA and GIS or OMS? (Check all that apply)
11. Is the support group for EMS/SCADA/DMS part of your corporate IT department or managed by the line of business?
12. Has your utility converged SCADA/DMS and OMS functions?
13. What types of networks do you use for communication from the substation to the external EMS/SCADA/DMS host/network? (Check all that apply)
14. For communication from the substation to the external EMS/SCADA/DMS host/network, do you use an “in-house” network or rely on a commercial carrier network?
15. Please indicate your current and planned use of communication protocol(s) within the substation, and from the substation to external EMS/SCADA/DMS host/network. Check all that apply.
16. If you are NOT using or planning to use IEC 61850, what are some reasons why you are not interested?
17. What communications method(s) do you use to connect your SCADA system to substations?
18. Check any external assistance or third-party services needed for the following control center activities
19. Please specify the approximate number of CURRENTLY INSTALLED RTUs, PLCs, substation platforms, etc. on your EMS/SCADA/DMS systems.
20. Please specify the approximate number of additional RTUs, PLCs, substation platforms, etc. PLANNED FOR INSTALLATION on your EMS/SCADA/DMS systems from 2017 to Year End 2019.
21. Does your utility currently have some form of analytics?
22. Please check your level of agreement/disagreement with the following statements:
23. If you have any comments to add regarding the statements/topics in the previous question, leave them here
24. For which of the following applications does your utility use synchrophasors?
25. What are the Operating System preferences for the platforms on your system?
26. What are some of the latest technologies that you have incorporated into your EMS/SCADA/DMS platforms?
27. With experienced personnel leaving the workforce due to retirements, how is your utility able to maintain a “Qualified Support Staff” for EMS/SCADA systems?
Regarding “As Is” Engineering to Operations Integration (GIS to DMS/OMS) model maintenance, and how distribution circuit designs move from GIS to (A)DMS in current processes.
28. How are distribution circuit designs captured and transferred?
29. How is it updated?
30. What standard?
31. What system is master?
“As Desired” Engineering to Operations Integration (GIS to DMS/OMS) model maintenance, and how distribution circuit designs move from GIS to (A)DMS in current processes.
32. How are distribution circuit designs captured and transferred?
33. How is it updated?
34. What standard?
35. What system is master?
Questions from Previous Surveys

Vol. 3 World Market Assessment and Forecast:

  • Introduction
  • Global Markets for EMS, SCADA and DMS
  • North America Summary
  • International Summary
  • Western Europe
  • Eastern Europe (Central Europe and CIS)
  • Latin America (Central and South America)
  • Middle East, Mediterranean, and Africa
  • Asia Pacific and South Asia
  • Global and Regional Statistics on Transmission and Distribution Substations

Vol. 4 Supplier Profiles:

  • ABB
  • Advanced Control Systems (ACS)
  • C3-ilex
  • dataVoice International
  • DC Systems
  • DNV GL
  • Eaton Cooper Power Systems
  • EFACEC
  • Esri
  • Futura Systems, Inc.
  • GE Grid Solutions (GE and Alstom joint venture)
  • Guernsey
  • ICSA (India) Limited
  • Industrial Defender
  • Intergraph
  • Invensys Process Systems
  • Milsoft Utility Solutions
  • Motorola Solutions
  • N-Dimension Solution Inc.
  • Network & Security Technologies, Inc
  • Oracle Utilities
  • Open Systems International, Inc.
  • PSC Group
  • QEI Inc.
  • Quanta Services
  • Siemens Digital Grid
  • Structure Group
  • Survalent Technology Corporation
  • Schneider Electric/Telvent
  • Tripwire, Inc.
  • Waterfall® Security Solutions Ltd.
  • Xanthus Consulting International
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  • ABB
  • Advanced Control Systems (ACS)
  • C3-ilex
  • dataVoice International
  • DC Systems
  • DNV GL
  • Eaton Cooper Power Systems
  • EFACEC
  • Esri
  • Futura Systems, Inc.
  • GE Grid Solutions (GE and Alstom joint venture)
  • Guernsey
  • ICSA (India) Limited
  • Industrial Defender
  • Intergraph
  • Invensys Process Systems
  • Milsoft Utility Solutions
  • Motorola Solutions
  • N-Dimension Solution Inc.
  • Network & Security Technologies, Inc
  • Open Systems International, Inc.
  • Oracle Utilities
  • PSC Group
  • QEI Inc.
  • Quanta Services
  • Schneider Electric/Telvent
  • Siemens Digital Grid
  • Structure Group
  • Survalent Technology Corporation
  • Tripwire, Inc.
  • Waterfall Security Solutions Ltd.
  • Xanthus Consulting International
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