MISSISSAUGA, ON — February 10, 2015 — Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative replaced their existing system with Survalent Technology’s SCADA system for better database tools and support. Survalent’s SCADA serves as a portion of a much larger Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) product line providing a complete solution on one platform.
The system is based on Windows Server Operating System, and includes several of Survalent's open-system applications.
“We chose Survalent because of the software interface, updates, lower support costs, and the network of other Cooperatives in our state using the system,” states Brian Spencer, System Engineer for Holmes-Wayne.
“Survalent is pleased to have Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative join our expanding family of customers in Ohio,” states Steve Strauss, VP of Sales for the Eastern US for Survalent. “Like so many other utilities, Holmes-Wayne will benefit by having better tools for development of the database and screen graphics of their SCADA system. This is part of Survalent’s commitment to product support and advanced ADMS features that allow customers to get the most out of their systems.”
About Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Holmes-Wayne Electric Cooperative, Inc. is a member-owned, nonprofit electric Cooperative serving approximately 18,000 accounts in Holmes, Wayne, Ashland, Stark, Tuscarawas, Knox, Medina and Coshocton counties. Our headquarters are in Millersburg, with a district office in West Salem.
About Survalent Technology
Survalent Technology is the most experienced global supplier of Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS) for Electric, Transit, Renewable and Water/Wastewater utilities. For over five decades, we have helped more than 500 utilities use operational data to increase reliability, efficiency and customer service. Survalent partners with utilities across the globe to create mission critical solutions that will achieve the promise of the Smart Grid. Learn more at www.survalent.com.