Israel’s Iron Dome Software Developer’s Tech Deployed Across NY Utility Plants

By NoCamels Team December 21, 2017 Comments

mprest logoDecember 21, 2017 | Israel’s mPrest, the software developer for Iron Dome’s anti-missile technology, announced together with the New York Power Authority that its system would be deployed in a number of utility plants across New York state, in addition to the Niagara Power Project where the tech has been in place for several months. NYPA and mPrest said in a press statement that the Israeli company’s monitoring and control systems for preventing outages would be installed at the Blenheim-Gilboa Pumped Storage Project in Schoharie County and the 500 MW Combined-Cycle Power Plant in Queens as well as the St. Lawrence Power Project in New York State’s North Country. The companies said the system would soon be installed in additional NY sites. Alan Ettlinger, director of Research, Technology Development, and Innovation for NYPA said mPrest’s tech, named the Transformer Health Management system, “is improving the efficiency of the field workforce and enhancing safety.” The system, which won a Best of New York Award this year, “uses advanced prediction and smart analytics technologies to monitor all sensor-enabled transformer equipment while also analyzing offline measurements in a single application and dashboard,” according to the company. Chief commercial officer of mPrest, Ron Halpern, said the Israeli company was “proud to see NYPA’s confidence in our asset health management product as expressed through their expansion of our mutual production contract.”

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