Kyland is the biggest supplier of communications equipment to China’s power grid, and has long maintained its position as the third biggest supplier of such systems for smart grids in the world. Over the last 15 years, almost 200,000 of our units have been used in smart grids, thermal power plants, dams, wind turbines, and solar power plants.
CC: IEEE C37.238
Kyland has independently drafted the power industry’s international standard for precision timer synchronization, IEEE C 37.238.
Our stable and reliable network communications products are used in:
The Jinguyuan smart substation in Henan, the first in China to use the IEC 61850 standard.
The 330 V synchronized substation in Yan’an, the first in China to use network-VS and network-trip technology.
Power supply security during the Olympics and the National Day, as well as distribution and main grids in Beijing, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and other cities.
eOpenCloud, Kyland’s cloud-based platform for clean energy sources can efficiently manage many green energy power plants, reducing the cost of operating green energy systems.
Kyland has spearheaded innovation in grid substation technology in China. We were the first in the world to use software defined protection control technology in the construction of smart substations. In an innovative move, we have integrated network and control technology, which has led to revolutionary reductions in energy use, space, and costs, while increasing the efficiency of construction, operation, and maintenance.
Kyland uses industrial Internet technology and software defined industrial control flows in protection and control systems for smart grids. We have created edge computing nodes and neural network platforms that can be used by AI technology, setting the stage for the use of AI in smart grids.