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Magpie Smart Grid Engineering
Magpie Smart Grid Engineering
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Magpie Smart Grid Engineering

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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<br />Roxy Podlogar <br />SVP Sales and Marketing303 – 437-0933 Mobile <br /> 303–453–8380 Office<br />Roxy@magpieti.com<br />12050 N. Pecos Street, Suite 210<br />Denver, CO 80234<br />Chair - CCIA Smart Grid Working Group<br />
  • 2. Enabling Technologies – Magpie <br />2<br />Integrated <br />Communications <br />Network <br />Distributed <br />Generation &<br />Storage <br />Consumers<br /> (Industrial, Commercial,<br /> Residential)<br />Utility Back Office <br /><ul><li>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 </li></ul>The gap between today and tomorrow can be addressed with many technologies Magpie has developed over the past 20 years for other industries<br />Photo Credits – See Last Page<br />
  • 23. Magpie Can Help Your Company in Two Ways <br />Service For Utility Customers<br />Instrumenting existing custom software for alerts<br />Providing custom middleware<br />Web service enablement<br />Alert enrichment (extracting data from back office applications)<br />Protocol conversions<br />Custom dashboards/monitors<br />Web Portal Creation<br />OSS/BSS system integration <br />Advancing Product Roadmap<br />Articulating system architectures<br />Developing feature components from specifications<br />Productizing customer-specific adaptations<br />Eliciting, elaborating, and documenting customer requirements<br />Developing adapters, monitors<br />Developing Rich Visual Components<br />3<br />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.<br />
  • 24. Magpie Smart Grid Experience <br />4<br /><ul><li>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</li></ul>RMSSGI Grant<br /><ul><li>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</li></ul>2009 User Conference<br /><ul><li>Presentation on HAN Firmware Upgrade Imperatives
  • 31. Founding Member
  • 32. Smart Grid Working Group – Chair and Committee Member
  • 33. Panelist – Smart Grid Technology Challenges</li></li></ul><li>Smart Energy Experience – Business Solution - Home to Utility, Firmware to Web Portal <br />HAN Device Firmware <br />Interpreting or Defining New Standards <br />Capture Control <br />Consumer Portal <br />Consumer Engagement<br />Consumer Privacy <br />HAN/Internet Gateway <br />Supporting multiple AMI device vendors /utility deployments<br />Utility Portal <br />Utility Partnership<br />Backhaul<br />Maintenance of the HAN<br />Retail Device Support<br />Device Interoperability<br />DRLC Command via API<br />HAN Services At NOC<br />Policy<br />Demand Response<br />Variable Rate Management<br />Consumer Preferences<br />Business Rules <br />Data Repository <br />Meeting Availability Expectations <br />Aggregation <br />
  • 34. Smart Energy Experience – Technology - Home to Utility, Firmware to Web Portal <br />HAN Device Firmware <br />JAVA, C Programming<br />ZigBee Protocol <br />Capture Control <br />Consumer Portal <br />Internet Security <br />Single-Sign-On <br />Rich Web Interface <br />HAN/Internet Gateway <br />Update Distribution, Embedded Linux, AMI<br />Utility Portal <br />Data Aggregation <br />Control <br />Backhaul<br />SOA, ZigBee, Smart Energy Profile<br />ItronOpenWay API <br />HAN Services At NOC<br />Policy<br />Hibernate Database<br />Abstraction, Demand Response, Variable Rate Policy, etc.<br />Business Rules <br />Data Repository <br />Aggregation <br />Data Modeling, SQL, Database Availability <br />
  • 35. Services We Provide <br />Applications <br />Rich Internet Applications<br />Web Portals and Applications<br />Demos and Prototypes<br />Speech Enabled (ASR/TTS)<br />Voice Mail<br />Intelligent Networks<br />Wireless and Cellular Applications<br />Energy Management/Demand Response<br />Conferencing and Scheduling<br />Platforms <br />Call Control Platforms<br />Interactive Voice Response<br />Application & Web Servers<br />System Design & Architecture<br />Handsets<br />Switching Platforms<br />Application Management & Control <br />Embedded Devices<br />General Purpose Computing<br />Embedded/Firmware <br />Set Top Boxes <br />Energy Monitors <br />Base Station Routers<br />Modems & Gateways<br />Software & Firmware Update<br />Thermostats & Outlets <br />Protocols <br />Specification interpretation<br />Protocol implementation<br />Certification of Protocols <br />Standards recommendations<br />Specification definition <br />
  • 36. Technical Competencies<br />Protocols<br />Web Enablement <br />Platforms<br /><ul><li>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</li></ul>Domains<br />Languages<br />Data Bases <br /><ul><li> 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</li></li></ul><li>Our Customers <br />Consulting<br />Applications <br />Embedded/Middleware<br />Protocols <br />
  • 71. Photo Snippet Credits <br />http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2009/08/utilities-may-get-dedicated-chunk-of-spectrum-for-smart-grid.ars<br />http://static.niallkennedy.com/blog/img/tendril-dashboard.png<br />http://reverseenergy.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/grid1.jpg<br />http://www.rncnetwork.com/articles/210be12OperationsCenter.gif<br />10<br />

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