For more than 25 years, the RTDS Simulator has been the industry’s de facto tool for the closed-loop testing of protection and control systems. Electric power utilities, equipment manufacturers, research institutes, and universities in over 50 countries around the world use the Simulator for power system studies and closed loop testing of protection and control equipment. Today, RTDS Technologies continues to lead the way with innovative developments, ensuring real time simulation’s applicability for the grid modernization practices that are so critical for utilities, protection and control manufacturers, and research institutions around the world.
Real-time simulation is enabling the world’s visionaries to make innovative ideas a reality. OPAL-RT empowers engineers and researchers with accessible, cutting-edge, real-time simulation technology to accelerate the development of better products and more reliable energy transmission.
Since 1997, industries including automotive, aerospace, power electronics and power generation have increasingly turned to OPAL-RT, transforming the company into a world leader in real-time simulation and Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) testing equipment for electrical, electro-mechanical and power electronics systems.
DIgSILENT GmbH is an independent software and consulting company providing highly specialised services in the field of electrical power systems for transmission, distribution, generation, industrial plants and renewable energy. DIgSILENT’s innovative product portfolio comprises PowerFactory, StationWare and Monitoring Systems. Together with a strong global partner network, DIgSILENT serves more than 170 countries worldwide.
EMTP is the most complete and technically advanced software for simulation and analysis of power systems. It provides a user-friendly graphical interface as well as the capability to perform load-flow, steady-state, and time domain simulations all within the same environment using the same grid data. With its high modelling flexibility, EMTP can be used for a variety of studies.
The Nikola Tesla Institute of Electrical Engineering is one of the oldest institutes in Serbia, founded in 1936, and the only currently active company in the world which Nikola Tesla personally gave consent to bear his name. More than eight decades of tradition of scientific research activity represents the foundation for the development of new solutions in modern electrical power engineering.