Optimization of Scada Systems in a Remote Area by Using DTM6000 and Trunking Tier Three ( Case study in Papua)

  • Dhian Krisna Wahyudi, Marsul Siregar

Abstract

The objective of this paper is to provide the optimization design and installation of
SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition) in a remote area especially for the
electric power systems in a remote area. In this paper, we proposed the optimization
design concept that focused on the usage method for checking and determine the location
where damage occurs, and so by implementing this system, it can minimize the cost for
the operation. The hardware and software installation of SCADA with the DTM6000,
equipped with GPS features from Hytera Communications, Co., Ltd is proposed. The
SCADA DTM6000 equipment is operated with a Tier three (3) Radio Trunking System,
where it enables the development and addition of more SCADA equipment in the future.
By these Scada systems, all data can be monitored through the Control Center using NMS
(Network Management System) and DWS (Dispatch work Station) software. The SCADA
system with Radio Frequency is very useful in remote areas where telecommunications
network infrastructure is inadequate because it can cover a wide coverage area (i.e, up to
21 km) with Radio Trunking Base station, This paper proposed and explain the
optimization of the technical design and the installation as well as the simulation of the
application of the proposed system in a remote area

Published
2020-05-01
How to Cite
Dhian Krisna Wahyudi, Marsul Siregar. (2020). Optimization of Scada Systems in a Remote Area by Using DTM6000 and Trunking Tier Three ( Case study in Papua). International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(7s), 3445-3456. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/17634