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The electrical power industry produces and delivers electric power (electric energy). Demand for electricity is derived from the requirement for electricity to operate domestic appliances, office equipment, industrial machinery and domestic and commercial lighting, heating, cooling and industrial processes. In that context, public supply of electrical power is viewed as part of the infrastructure. The basic requirements of the electrical power industry are an efficient power distribution system and reduced downtime.

ARC Informatique offers solutions that efficiently monitor and control power generation systems remotely. We support higher-quality service, improved productivity, reduced downtime and reduced operating expenses.

PcVue Solutions can monitor and control any kind of plant for power generation and distribution, from simple generators to large-scale transmission lines. The electrical power industry is expanding into renewable energy sources. Modern interest in development of renewable energy is linked to concern about greenhouse gases from fossil fuels and about the environmental, social and political risks of continuing use of those fossil fuels and nuclear energy. This constant evolution of the electrical power industry requires efficient and reliable systems and for this reason software for SCADA, HMI and automation is playing an increasingly important role in this sector.

Our strengths in Energy

PcVue Kema 61850 PcVue icon features IEC104 PcVue icon features DNP3 PcVue icon features Modbus TCP


  • Built-in time stamped protocol – data discrimination
  • Control for electrical distribution protocols (IEC 61850, IEC 60870-5-104, DNP3, Modbus TCP/IP etc.)
  • Network behavior simulation
  • Monitoring and running standby supplies
  • Archiving and reporting (via SQL Server) for diagnosis in case of electrical network failure
  • 2D/3D graphic library and ISO objects for electrical distribution environment (circuit breaker, switch, etc.)
  • Redundant architectures for high availability systems, data acquisition and backup
  • Event management for real time and historical data
  • Graphic animations with specific color-to-object coding
  • Dynamic busbar coloring

Some references 
Electrical Distribution: Gazprom (Siberia) - Sharjah Elec (United Arab Emirates) - Ourhoud (Algeria) - S-Oil Corporation (Korea) ...
Cogeneration: Awirs - Namurs (Belgium) - Peugeot - Rhodia Organique - Spe...
Renewable Energy: Iberdrola (Spain) – Edf Energies Nouvelles - Ecotecnia Asltom Power - Vergnet - Poscon Co., Ltd (Korea)…
Thermal: St Ghislain - Monceau (Belgium) – Enelpower (Italy) …