Case Study: Implementing and Monitoring of Microgrids used in Agriculture

December 12, 2019| 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Operational susceptibilities in the indoor agriculture sector compromise crop integrity. Examples of the risks associated with power faults, communication breakdown and system failures will be discussed. Resiliency is key whereby use of on-site microgrids can avoid financial loss, damage to equipment or crops and avoid business interruption. Advanced analytical anomaly detection, reporting, KPI’s, data aggregation, and normalization will be presented. . Standardization & integration of multiple systems is also critical; avoid cross platform dissonance; resilient adaptive microgrids enable continuity of operations; immediate & continuous real time situational awareness via command management systems allow for enhanced protection modes.