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Magpie\'s expertise in developing software for the smart grid market

Magpie\'s expertise in developing software for the smart grid market

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  • 1. Magpie Smart Grid Capabilities
    Roxy Podlogar
    SVP Sales and Marketing303 – 437-0933 Mobile
    303–453–8380 Office
    Roxy@magpieti.com
    12050 N. Pecos Street, Suite 210
    Denver, CO 80234
    Chair - CCIA Smart Grid Working Group
  • 2. Enabling Technologies – Magpie
    2
    Integrated
    Communications
    Network
    Distributed
    Generation &
    Storage
    Consumers
    (Industrial, Commercial,
    Residential)
    Utility Back Office
    • Web Enablement
    • 3. Web Services
    • 4. Alert Management
    • 5. Data Integration
    • 6. Policy Automation
    • 7. Real-time data intake
    • 8. Smart Meters
    • 9. Micro grid EMS
    • 10. Substation Automation
    • 11. Smart Meters
    • 12. 2 Way Communication
    • 13. Customer portal –
    • 14. Home Area Network, Building Area Network
    • 15. Smart Appliances
    • 16. Demand Response
    • 17. Web 2.0
    • 18. IPv6
    • 19. Broadband over power Lines
    • 20. Wireless (WIFI, 3G, 4G)
    • 21. Network Control
    • 22. Cyber Security
    The gap between today and tomorrow can be addressed with many technologies Magpie has developed over the past 20 years for other industries
    Photo Credits – See Last Page
  • 23. Magpie Can Help Your Company in Two Ways
    Service For Utility Customers
    Instrumenting existing custom software for alerts
    Providing custom middleware
    Web service enablement
    Alert enrichment (extracting data from back office applications)
    Protocol conversions
    Custom dashboards/monitors
    Web Portal Creation
    OSS/BSS system integration
    Advancing Product Roadmap
    Articulating system architectures
    Developing feature components from specifications
    Productizing customer-specific adaptations
    Eliciting, elaborating, and documenting customer requirements
    Developing adapters, monitors
    Developing Rich Visual Components
    3
    As investment in smart grid accelerates changes in products features and customer demand for deployment assistance, Magpie can fill the gaps in both professional services and product features.
  • 24. Magpie Smart Grid Experience
    4
    • Secure Web Portals
    • 25. Secure Data Interchange with Utilities
    • 26. Web service enablement of Energy Management Services in the NOC
    • 27. ZigBee firmware development
    • 28. Requirements Analysis and Use Cases
    RMSSGI Grant
    • Utility Liaison and Systems Integrator
    • 29. Virtual Demonstration Application highlighting the role of the intelligent IP switch in building-area energy management
    • 30. Implemented 9 IP-event triggered Energy Conservation Use Cases
    2009 User Conference
    • Presentation on HAN Firmware Upgrade Imperatives
    • 31. Founding Member
    • 32. Smart Grid Working Group – Chair and Committee Member
    • 33. Panelist – Smart Grid Technology Challenges
  • Smart Energy Experience – Business Solution - Home to Utility, Firmware to Web Portal
    HAN Device Firmware
    Interpreting or Defining New Standards
    Capture Control
    Consumer Portal
    Consumer Engagement
    Consumer Privacy
    HAN/Internet Gateway
    Supporting multiple AMI device vendors /utility deployments
    Utility Portal
    Utility Partnership
    Backhaul
    Maintenance of the HAN
    Retail Device Support
    Device Interoperability
    DRLC Command via API
    HAN Services At NOC
    Policy
    Demand Response
    Variable Rate Management
    Consumer Preferences
    Business Rules
    Data Repository
    Meeting Availability Expectations
    Aggregation
  • 34. Smart Energy Experience – Technology - Home to Utility, Firmware to Web Portal
    HAN Device Firmware
    JAVA, C Programming
    ZigBee Protocol
    Capture Control
    Consumer Portal
    Internet Security
    Single-Sign-On
    Rich Web Interface
    HAN/Internet Gateway
    Update Distribution, Embedded Linux, AMI
    Utility Portal
    Data Aggregation
    Control
    Backhaul
    SOA, ZigBee, Smart Energy Profile
    ItronOpenWay API
    HAN Services At NOC
    Policy
    Hibernate Database
    Abstraction, Demand Response, Variable Rate Policy, etc.
    Business Rules
    Data Repository
    Aggregation
    Data Modeling, SQL, Database Availability
  • 35. Services We Provide
    Applications
    Rich Internet Applications
    Web Portals and Applications
    Demos and Prototypes
    Speech Enabled (ASR/TTS)
    Voice Mail
    Intelligent Networks
    Wireless and Cellular Applications
    Energy Management/Demand Response
    Conferencing and Scheduling
    Platforms
    Call Control Platforms
    Interactive Voice Response
    Application & Web Servers
    System Design & Architecture
    Handsets
    Switching Platforms
    Application Management & Control
    Embedded Devices
    General Purpose Computing
    Embedded/Firmware
    Set Top Boxes
    Energy Monitors
    Base Station Routers
    Modems & Gateways
    Software & Firmware Update
    Thermostats & Outlets
    Protocols
    Specification interpretation
    Protocol implementation
    Certification of Protocols
    Standards recommendations
    Specification definition
  • 36. Technical Competencies
    Protocols
    Web Enablement
    Platforms
    • ZigBee
    • 37. SNMP/TL1
    • 38. Ethernet, TCP/IP
    • 39. SS7, ISDN, SMS, VXML, CCXML
    • 40. VoIP H.323, SIP, IMS, H.248, RTP, T.38, V.150
    • 41. Internet XML, SMTP/POP3/IMAP4, HTTP, HTTPS (TLS/SSL)
    • 42. MVC Frameworks
    • 43. Struts, JSF, Spring MVC
    • 44. Web Servers, Servlet Containers Web Services: SOAP, REST
    • 45. HTML/XML, CSS
    • 46. Ruby on Rails (Rapid Web Dev)
    • 47. Rich Internet Apps
    • 48. App Servers
    • 49. Media Servers
    • 50. IPTV, Set Top Boxes ., VOD
    • 51. PBX, Base Station Routers
    • 52. IVR, Messaging
    • 53. Embedded
    • 54. SANs
    Domains
    Languages
    Data Bases
    • Open Source MySQL, PostgreSQL
    • 55. Commercial SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, Sybase, Informix
    • 56. ODBC, JDBC, ORM, LDAP
    • 57. Telecom
    • 58. IPTV
    • 59. Health Care
    • 60. Energy
    • 61. SANs
    • 62. Unified Communications
    • 63. Telepresence
    • 64. Java
    • 65. C/ C++
    • 66. C#/.NET
    • 67. Flex
    • 68. Ruby
    • 69. PERL
    • 70. Java Script
  • Our Customers
    Consulting
    Applications
    Embedded/Middleware
    Protocols
  • 71. Photo Snippet Credits
    http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2009/08/utilities-may-get-dedicated-chunk-of-spectrum-for-smart-grid.ars
    http://static.niallkennedy.com/blog/img/tendril-dashboard.png
    http://reverseenergy.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/grid1.jpg
    http://www.rncnetwork.com/articles/210be12OperationsCenter.gif
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