InfoNetrix study identifies $55 million in T&D automation

August 12, 2002 – InfoNetrix announces the publication of the second of four quarterly reports to be published during 2002 covering Transmission & Distribution Management Systems (TDMS) project activity at electric utilities across the United States and Canada.

Between April and July 2002, InfoNetrix analysts interviewed managers at over 200 utilities and documented their current and planned TDMS project activity. The results of the interviews are summarized in the table below.

Covering EMS, SCADA, Distribution Automation, and Substation Automation, this report is the second of four such reports to be published by InfoNetrix during 2002. By the end of 2002, InfoNetrix analysts will have interviewed at least 1,000 US/Canadian electric utility managers and documented their TDMS project activity. The first report was published on April 17, 2002; subsequent quarterly reports will be published on October 18, 2002 and January 17, 2003.

“We continue to be pleased with the results of our market and project activity data gathering efforts through the first half of 2002,” commented Mike Smith, Director of Tactical Market Research for InfoNetrix. “With the level of detail and the breadth of our market coverage, we are able to provide accurate market and project activity information on both a macro- and a micro-scale.”

Smith added that summary results of the firm’s on-going market research and project activity reporting will be presented at the InfoNetrix Fall 2002 TDMS Executive Market Summit – the firm’s semi-annual TDMS market briefing – which will be held on Monday, September 23, 2002, in Denver, Colorado.

InfoNetrixà¢â€ž- is a market research and consulting firm with dual headquarters in New Orleans, Louisiana and Sacramento, California. Clientele includes energy and utility automation suppliers; energy companies; electric, gas and water/wastewater utilities; technical and financial consulting firms; and others with automation market interests.

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