The energy infrastructure of the future is distributed and digitalized. To ensure the digital transformation in the smart energy networks, it is required to build the edge computing platforms that enable visibility, efficiency and security in the future power grids.
Lanner provides rugged edge computing platforms designed for building secure and reliable communications for energy sector. These hardware appliances not only enable data acquisition, secures transport, and streamlines management, but also consolidate virtualized network applications at edge networks of energy infrastructure.
Most EV charging stations are built in remote, distributed locations with challenging conditions. Designed to be deployed in charging control terminal, Lanner provide DIN-rail, industrial-grade data concentrator to acquire data from devices, monitor and manage all charging facilities, and support remote diagnose, updates and system reboot.
To centralize the management of the data and devices in substations, Lanner’s IEC-61850-3 certified, server-grade industrial computers feature high-performance processor to run real-time hypervisor and support rich I/O to consolidate multiple workloads for various protocols connecting substations.
The benefits of collecting and analyzing maintenance data in the wind turbine are widely understood, as data analysis can provide better predictability, enabling preventative measures to be taken at an optimal time. Lanner works with Zededa to provides a complete visibility, management, and security platform that collects and analyzes data to indicate turbines may be approaching issues.