Magpie Smart Grid Software Engineering Offering


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Magpie Smart Grid Software Engineering Offering

  1. 1. Magpie Smart Grid Capabilities Roxy Podlogar SVP Sales and Marketing 303 – 437-0933 Mobile 303–453–8380 Office Chair - CCIA Smart Grid Working Group 12050 N. Pecos Street, Suite 210 Denver, CO 80234
  2. 2. Enabling Technologies – Magpie Integrated Consumers Distributed Communications (Industrial, Commercial, Generation & Utility Back Office Network Residential) Storage •Smart Meters •Smart Meters •Web Enablement •Web 2.0 •2 Way •Micro grid EMS •Web Services •IPv6 Communication •Substation •Alert Management •Broadband over •Customer portal – Automation •Data Integration power Lines •Home Area •Policy Automation •Wireless (WIFI, 3G, Network, •Real-time data 4G) Building Area intake •Network Control •Cyber Security Network •Smart Appliances •Demand Response 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 2
  3. 3. Magpie Can Help Your Company in Two Ways Service For Utility Customers Advancing Product Roadmap Instrumenting existing custom software Articulating system architectures for alerts Developing feature components from Providing custom middleware specifications Web service enablement Productizing customer-specific Alert enrichment (extracting data from adaptations back office applications) Eliciting, elaborating, and Protocol conversions documenting customer requirements Custom dashboards/monitors Developing adapters, monitors Web Portal Creation Developing Rich Visual Components OSS/BSS system integration 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. 3
  4. 4. Magpie Smart Grid Experience 2009 User Conference •Secure Web Portals •Presentation on HAN RMSSGI Grant Firmware Upgrade •Secure Data Interchange with •Utility Liaison and Utilities Imperatives Systems Integrator •Web service enablement of Energy Management Services in the NOC •ZigBee firmware development •Requirements Analysis and Use Cases •Founding Member •Virtual Demonstration Application •Smart Grid Working highlighting the role of the intelligent Group – Chair and Committee IP switch in building-area energy Member management •Panelist – Smart Grid Technology •Implemented 9 IP-event triggered Challenges Energy Conservation Use Cases 4
  5. 5. Smart Energy Experience – Business Solution - Home to Utility, Firmware to Web Portal Capture Control Interpreting or HAN Device Defining New Firmware Consumer Consumer Portal Standards Engagement Consumer Privacy HAN/Internet Supporting multiple AMI Gateway device vendors /utility Backhaul Utility Portal Utility Partnership deployments Maintenance of the HAN Retail Device Support HAN Services At Device Interoperability NOC DRLC Command via API Policy Demand Response Business Rules Variable Rate Management Consumer Preferences Aggregation Meeting Availability Data Repository Expectations
  6. 6. Smart Energy Experience – Technology - Home to Utility, Firmware to Web Portal Capture Control JAVA, C HAN Device Programming Firmware Internet Security Consumer Portal ZigBee Protocol Single-Sign-On Rich Web Interface HAN/Internet Update Distribution, Gateway Embedded Linux, AMI Backhaul Utility Portal Data Aggregation Control SOA, ZigBee, HAN Services At Smart Energy Profile NOC Itron OpenWay API Policy Hibernate Database Business Rules Abstraction, Demand Response, Variable Rate Policy, etc. Aggregation Data Repository Data Modeling, SQL, Database Availability
  7. 7. Services We Provide Applications Rich Internet Applications Intelligent Networks Web Portals and Applications Wireless and Cellular Applications Demos and Prototypes Energy Management/Demand Response Speech Enabled (ASR/TTS) Conferencing and Scheduling Voice Mail Platforms Call Control Platforms Switching Platforms Interactive Voice Response Application Management & Control Application & Web Servers Embedded Devices System Design & Architecture General Purpose Computing Handsets Embedded/Firmware Set Top Boxes Software & Firmware Update Energy Monitors Thermostats & Outlets Base Station Routers Modems & Gateways Protocols Specification interpretation Standards recommendations Protocol implementation Specification definition Certification of Protocols
  8. 8. Technical Competencies Platforms Web Enablement Protocols ZigBee App Servers MVC Frameworks SNMP/TL1 Media Servers Struts, JSF, Spring MVC Ethernet, TCP/IP IPTV, Set Top Boxes ., VOD Web Servers, Servlet Containers SS7, ISDN, SMS, VXML, CCXML PBX, Base Station Routers Web Services: SOAP, REST VoIP H.323, SIP, IMS, H.248, IVR, Messaging HTML/XML, CSS RTP, T.38, V.150 Embedded Ruby on Rails (Rapid Web Dev) Internet XML, SANs Rich Internet Apps SMTP/POP3/IMAP4, HTTP, HTTPS (TLS/SSL) Data Bases Languages Domains Open Source Java Telecom MySQL, PostgreSQL C/ C++ IPTV Commercial C#/.NET Health Care SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, Flex Energy Sybase, Informix Ruby SANs ODBC, JDBC, ORM, LDAP PERL Unified Communications Java Script Telepresence
  9. 9. Our Customers Consulting Applications Embedded/Middleware Protocols
  10. 10. Photo Snippet Credits 1. spectrum-for-smart-grid.ars 2. 3. 4. 10