How ARSOS can help you

Use Cases

Automated ROC Operations

Multiple ROCs are currently using ARSOS to autonomously operate their  portfolios while implementing numerous strategies. These include production and availability increase, wellbeing and manpower optimization, maintenance costs reduction and extra security measures. 

Data Gateway for Third Party Asset Management Platform

ARSOS is being used worldwide to centralize the information collected from power plants, electrical substations, and other data sources. This data is structured and shared with our customers’ prefered platforms through oData, Standard APIs and industrial communication protocols.

Second Level Management Platform

ARSOS is commonly used as a single platform where  users have a global vision of their portfolio. Regardless of the assets’ technology and their different locations over the world, our customers are monitoring, analyzing and controlling power plants and electrical substations.

Noise Based Power Control

As renewable energy production  penetrates and settles down in our energy system, more and more operational restrictions are being implemented by TSOs worldwide. For instance, ARSOS has implemented active power regulation strategies linked  to excess noise restrictions in wind farms located in France.

Energy Dispatching Center

ARSOS technology is currently allowing control centers to act as energy dispatching centers. Our system sends power plant information to TSOs and applies curtailment commands.

Wind Farm Power Control

Our technology is also being used  for single wind farm control. ARSOS is replacing legacy SCADA systems when these become obsolete, adding a new layer of intelligent control to boost energy production.

Solar PV Power Control

ARSOS maximizes solar PV energy production by integrating all on-site equipment in a single platform. Besides monitoring  capabilities, ARSOS provides full control over these elements.


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Automation and Artificial Intelligence not only can improve your current processes but also open the door for the operational and financial strategies of the future.