Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power company is planning to launch its IoT based, Smart Consumer Sub Station (CSS) in Mumbai, courtesy Tata Communications.
Tata Power’s state-of-the-art CSS solution will enable the team with an overview of CSS spread across different zones and monitor its distribution substations which are spread out in the field. The solution would provide timely alerts on a visual dashboard on handheld mobile devices to enable the field staff to proactively address any event.
Commenting on the launch, Ashok Sethi, COO & ED, Tata Power said, “Tata Power has successfully adopted and implemented best-in-class technological solutions for the ease & betterment of its customers and stakeholders. The solution will further enable our distribution team to monitor the substations and distribution transformers in a very effective manner and provide a world class power supply experience to our customers.”
S. Shridhar, Sr. Vice President & Head – Internet of Things, Tata Communications said, “The Internet of Things has the power to make our lives less stressful, fire the engines of productivity, reduce energy consumption, improve healthcare, and create new disruptive business models. To enable people, businesses and society as a whole to make the most of the truly transformational potential of billions of always connected ‘things’, we, at Tata Communications, have laid the foundation for large scale adoption for IoT in India through the creation of the world’s largest IoT LoRa network. It’s been an honour to work with Tata Power, shoulder-to-shoulder, in lighting up the CSS solution and adding momentum to this revolution in India.”