Wednesday, July 28, 2010

De-Mystifying Smart Grid Standards - Introduction to IEC 61968 - ArchRock

If a utility Common Information Model (CIM) is essential for guaranteeing true end-to-end open standards-based Smart Grid communications, a major challenge is the requirement that it cover all domains and data exchanges in electrical networks.  (Similar challenges exist for water and gas networks.)
The disparate and distributed applications a utility runs to manage electrical distribution networks range from distribution management to system outage-management, planning, metering, work management, geographic information, asset management, customer information and enterprise resource planning systems.  Obviously a set of interfaces and a common language must be defined under a Distribution Management System (DMS) framework.
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