Detecting Non-Technical Losses in Electrical Networks

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Summary

Anomaly detection refers to detecting objects whose behavior deviate significantly from what is expected or standard. It may be detecting theft which is intentionally caused by some consumers in the electrical network, or it can be detecting any other abnormal behavior which may be caused by some mechanical damage in the network. The invention uses multi-layered statistical and machine learning techniques to detect anomalies using smart meter data and some knowledge about the electrical distribution network. The main advantage of this technique is that it is data driven. The learning model proposed in the solution will improve over time.

Status

UBD Ref: U38    Status: Granted

Filed: Sep-23, 2015    Granted: Aug-13, 2019

Inventors: Sambaran Bandyopadhyay; Zainul Charbiwala; Tanuja Ganu; Mohamad Iskandar Petra

U38-G-US; BN/N/2016/0012; US 14/862,487; US 2017/0082665; US 10,379,146