In this article you'll find two demo projects.
Action₀NET is a powerful platform to develop and deliver electrical applications managing real-time information, providing a complete set of modules in an unified and intuitive engineering user interface.
It includes as standard features: real-time tags and assets database, user templates, alarms and events, historian, SQL tables and queries, XML, CSV, XPS and PDF reports, built-in embedded SQL database engine and web server, scripting, scheduling, OPC server and client, native electrical communication protocols, graphical designer, delivering user interface displays accessible from desktops, remote smart clients, web browsers and native iOS app on iPads and iPhones.
Action₀NET was architected from scratch and was created entirely without the employment of any legacy code; that made it possible to create a system simple to use and powerful. Projects can scale from local embedded devices and mobile applications up to very large, distributed, high performance fault-tolerant systems. Action₀NET is a 100% .NET managed code application, allowing users to leverage and take advantage of the full potential of current technologies.
Action₀NET with OpenDSS
Spin integrated Action˳NET to the EPRI OpenDSS, allowing the use of all the tools of the OpenDSS library in SCADA applications.
OpenDSS is an EPRI open-source electrical system simulation tool for electric utility distribution systems. Software has a user interface on the solution engine to assist users in developing scripts and viewing solutions. The program supports nearly all RMS steady‐state (i.e., frequency domain) analyses
commonly performed for utility distribution systems planning and analysis. In addition, it supports many new types of analyses that are designed to meet future needs, many of which are being dictated by the deregulation of utilities worldwide and the advent of the “smart grid”. The DSS is designed to be indefinitely expandable so that it can be easily modified to meet future needs.