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Magpie Smart Grid Engineering

  1. 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. 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. 3. Web Services
  4. 4. Alert Management
  5. 5. Data Integration
  6. 6. Policy Automation
  7. 7. Real-time data intake
  8. 8. Smart Meters
  9. 9. Micro grid EMS
  10. 10. Substation Automation
  11. 11. Smart Meters
  12. 12. 2 Way Communication
  13. 13. Customer portal –
  14. 14. Home Area Network, Building Area Network
  15. 15. Smart Appliances
  16. 16. Demand Response
  17. 17. Web 2.0
  18. 18. IPv6
  19. 19. Broadband over power Lines
  20. 20. Wireless (WIFI, 3G, 4G)
  21. 21. Network Control
  22. 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. 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. 24. Magpie Smart Grid Experience <br />4<br /><ul><li>Secure Web Portals
  25. 25. Secure Data Interchange with Utilities
  26. 26. Web service enablement of Energy Management Services in the NOC
  27. 27. ZigBee firmware development
  28. 28. Requirements Analysis and Use Cases</li></ul>RMSSGI Grant<br /><ul><li>Utility Liaison and Systems Integrator
  29. 29. Virtual Demonstration Application highlighting the role of the intelligent IP switch in building-area energy management
  30. 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. 31. Founding Member
  32. 32. Smart Grid Working Group – Chair and Committee Member
  33. 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. 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. 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. 36. Technical Competencies<br />Protocols<br />Web Enablement <br />Platforms<br /><ul><li>ZigBee
  37. 37. SNMP/TL1
  38. 38. Ethernet, TCP/IP
  39. 39. SS7, ISDN, SMS, VXML, CCXML
  40. 40. VoIP H.323, SIP, IMS, H.248, RTP, T.38, V.150
  41. 41. Internet XML, SMTP/POP3/IMAP4, HTTP, HTTPS (TLS/SSL)
  42. 42. MVC Frameworks
  43. 43. Struts, JSF, Spring MVC
  44. 44. Web Servers, Servlet Containers Web Services: SOAP, REST
  45. 45. HTML/XML, CSS
  46. 46. Ruby on Rails (Rapid Web Dev)
  47. 47. Rich Internet Apps
  48. 48. App Servers
  49. 49. Media Servers
  50. 50. IPTV, Set Top Boxes ., VOD
  51. 51. PBX, Base Station Routers
  52. 52. IVR, Messaging
  53. 53. Embedded
  54. 54. SANs</li></ul>Domains<br />Languages<br />Data Bases <br /><ul><li> Open Source MySQL, PostgreSQL
  55. 55. Commercial SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, Sybase, Informix
  56. 56. ODBC, JDBC, ORM, LDAP
  57. 57. Telecom
  58. 58. IPTV
  59. 59. Health Care
  60. 60. Energy
  61. 61. SANs
  62. 62. Unified Communications
  63. 63. Telepresence
  64. 64. Java
  65. 65. C/ C++
  66. 66. C#/.NET
  67. 67. Flex
  68. 68. Ruby
  69. 69. PERL
  70. 70. Java Script</li></li></ul><li>Our Customers <br />Consulting<br />Applications <br />Embedded/Middleware<br />Protocols <br />
  71. 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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