IEC 61850Interoperability at information levelA challenge for all market playersL. GuiseV1Prague
Schneider Electric 2- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013What does interoperability mean ?What does the market r...
Schneider Electric 3- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013Let’s put this market request into relief ?Does anythin...
Schneider Electric 4- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013Let’s consider the main Smart Grid systemsand identify ...
Schneider Electric 5- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013MarketEnterpriseOperationStationFieldProcessGenerationT...
Schneider Electric 6- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013Rescoping interoperability within a systemGenerationTra...
Schneider Electric 7- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013Main recommandations to reachinteroperability at inform...
Schneider Electric 8- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013Additional per-system needed activitiesTypical « Implem...
Schneider Electric 9- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013Communicationrequire-mentfor devicesandfunctionsIEC6185...
Schneider Electric 10- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013Conclusion●Reaching the interoperability at informatio...
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IEC 61850 Interoperability at information level: a challenge for all market players

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IEC is one of the front-running bodies for providing standards to manage Smart Grids, such as CIM and IEC 61850. However, standardization in such an area is so wide with so many different actors, that this is also raising new challenges to IEC, such as having top-down standardization process, or in providing and maintaining domains cross-cutting data modeling activities. This presentations examines what vendors and standardisation bodies are currently doing independently and collaboratively to achieve a multi-vendor network.

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IEC 61850 Interoperability at information level: a challenge for all market players

  1. 1. IEC 61850Interoperability at information levelA challenge for all market playersL. GuiseV1Prague
  2. 2. Schneider Electric 2- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013What does interoperability mean ?What does the market request ?●Many levels of interoperability can be considered (GWAC ref)SystemABusiness ContextSemantic UnderstandingNetwork InteroperabilitySyntactic InteroperabilityBasic ConnectivityBusiness ProceduresBusiness ObjectivesEconomic / Regulatory PolicyFunction SystemBBusiness LayerFunction LayerInformation LayerCommunication LayerComponent Layer●Historicallythe interoperabilty at communication level was mostly considered●but the market is now requiring us to offer interoperability at theinformation levelGWAClevelsSimplifiedlevelsset
  3. 3. Schneider Electric 3- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013Let’s put this market request into relief ?Does anything need to inter-operate with anything ?GenerationTransmissionDistributionDERCustomerPremisesProcessFieldStationOperationEnterpriseMarketDomainsZonesInformationManagementPower SystemEquipment &Energy ConversionGenerationTransmissionDistributionDERCustomerPremisesProcessFieldStationOperationEnterpriseMarketDomainsZonesComponent LayerCommunication LayerInformation LayerFunction LayerProtocolProtocolData ModelData ModelOutline of UsecaseFunctionsBusiness LayerBusiness ObjectivesPolit. / Regulat.. FrameworkInteroperabilityLayersThe first market request is toget interoperability within aSYSTEM
  4. 4. Schneider Electric 4- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013Let’s consider the main Smart Grid systemsand identify where IEC 61850 may/does applyAsset & Maintenance management systemEnterpriseMarketOperationStationProcessFieldGene-ration Transmission Distribution DERCustomerpremisesGenerationManagementsystemSubstationautomationsystemWAMSEMSSCADAsystemFACTSSubstationautomationsystemFeederautomationsystemDist.PowerQualitycontrolsystemDMSSCADA&GISsystemAMIsystemDEROperationsystemEMSandVPPsystemAggregatedprosumersmanagementsystemMarket place systemTrading systemFACTSWeather Forecast & Observation systemMetering-relatedBackOfficesystem
  5. 5. Schneider Electric 5- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013MarketEnterpriseOperationStationFieldProcessGenerationTransmissionDistribution DERCustomerpremise• IEC 61850 data model• CIM data model• COSEM data model(smart metering)Per system IEC 61850 interoperabilityGenerationManagementsystemSubstationautomationsystemWAMSEMSSCADAsystemFACTSSubstationautomationsystemFeederautomationsystemDist.PowerQualitycontrolsystemDMSSCADA&GISsystemDEROperationsystemEMSandVPPsystemFACTS
  6. 6. Schneider Electric 6- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013Rescoping interoperability within a systemGenerationTransmissionDistributionDERCustomerPremisesProcessFieldStationOperationEnterpriseMarketDomainsZonesComponent LayerCommunication LayerInformation LayerFunction LayerProtocolProtocolData ModelData ModelOutline of UsecaseFunctionsBusiness LayerBusiness ObjectivesPolit. / Regulat.. FrameworkInteroperabilityLayersMapping ChartComm ChartInfo ChartUC breakdownSystem ChartSystems
  7. 7. Schneider Electric 7- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013Main recommandations to reachinteroperability at information level●Pre-requisite : Ensure that the IEC 61850 standards is offering anaccurate and consistent semantic level layer● This task falls under the standardisation role● This work has already been mostly achieved thanks to the UML modellingassessment●  first outcome are visible under the Tissue process● The Amendment 2.1 of IEC 61850 will make this much clearer●Then Profile the use of IC 61850 per systems● This task requests an indepth involment of standard users●All market actors need to contribute● Caracterize the system under focus (architecture, application domain)● and then per systems●Identify the (largest) minimum set of functionalities (Use cases)●Derive from it the minimum data set●Derive from it testing cases
  8. 8. Schneider Electric 8- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013Additional per-system needed activitiesTypical « Implementation activities » - VendorsToday’s « TCs activities »Typical « System activities » - User orientedTesting casesInteroperabilityConformanceRequirementArchitectureUCsRequirementArchitectureUCsTesting casesInteroperabilityImplementation and testSpecification
  9. 9. Schneider Electric 9- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013Communicationrequire-mentfor devicesandfunctionsIEC61850-5Basiccommuni-cationstructurePrinciplesandmodelsIEC61850-7-1ConfigurationdescriptionlanguageIEC61850-6System-specific profiles(P) IEC 61850 XXXPer system specific LN andData object classesIEC 61850-7-4xxCommon Data ClassesIEC 61850-7-3Basic models, abstract services and basic typesIEC 61850-7-2Mapping on network(except sample values)IEC 61850-8-xxSample Values mapping onnetworkIEC 61850-9-xxConformance testingIEC 61850-10Implementation in IEDs and toolsGlossaryIEC 61850-2IntroductionIEC 61850-1General requirementsIEC 61850-3System and project managementIEC 61850-4Technicalspecification---Guidelines---IEC61850-80-1Compatible LN and Dataobject classesIEC 61850-7-4Protocol---IEC60870-5-10160870-5-104Communicationrequire-mentpersystemsIEC61850xxxProfiles testing(P) IEC 61850 XXX
  10. 10. Schneider Electric 10- Smart Infrastructure BU – L. Guise – May 2013Conclusion●Reaching the interoperability at information, thanks to IEC 61850 is areal new market challenge●Interoperability at information level needs to target firsta per-system approach●It requests the involvment all users of the IEC 61850 standard●IEC needs to evolve in order to host these new activities :● Per system functional requirement (Use Cases)● Per system data profile (data will have a new status « required », besidebeing kept « mandatory/optional »)● Per system testing cases

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