ResilientGrid to Provide Software for NERC’s Situational Awareness Initiative

ResilientGrid to Provide Software for NERC’s Situational Awareness Initiative

ResilientGrid, Inc. announced today that the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) has selected the ResilientGrid OS software platform for implementation of Version 3 of the software tool for NERC’s Situational Awareness for FERC, NERC and the Regional Entities (SAFNR v3) initiative, which will cover the North American bulk power system. 

ResilientGrid's Power of Human Factors Engineering at UT

ResilientGrid's Power of Human Factors Engineering at UT

ResilientGrid Founder & CEO, Mike Legatt, PhD, will give a full day seminar on February 8, 2019 and again on April 25, 2019, on the principles he’s used for more than a decade to help electric utilities and grid operators perform their best. He’ll showcase the methods behind his development of ResilientGrid Map, and its predecessor which is still in use at the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT).

Grid Resiliency Comes Through Helping Grid Operators Perform Better

Grid Resiliency Comes Through Helping Grid Operators Perform Better

The electric power grid continues the process of morphing into something new we haven’t seen before. This rapid transformation, with hundreds of thousands of assets already massing at the grid edge, will ultimately involve millions of Internet of Things (IoT) connected devices.

ResilientGrid Wins...

ResilientGrid Wins Capital Factory Smart City Challenge & $100K Investment

Cities across the world have been challenged to provide the fundamental necessities to grow — better transportation, affordable housing, clean energy. As one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, Austin is no exception. Although technology isn’t the answer to all our problems, it has always been a driving force in the growth of a city. We teamed up with MobilityXAustin Tech Alliance and the City of Austin to give one tech startup a $100,000 investment but left giving two startups the opportunity — what can we say? Two is better than one.

Our team of Mentors, city council members and officials, and representatives from MobilityX went through hours of pitches and one-on-one meetings with the six finalists. There were so many amazing companies that we couldn’t pick one — so we picked two! We decided that Cloud 9 and ResilientGrid would each receive a $100,000 investment to transform Austin into a city of the future.

ResilientGrid’s leadership team with Austin Mayor Steve Adler

ResilientGrid’s leadership team with Austin Mayor Steve Adler