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Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
Cisco Connected Grid Solutions
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Cisco Connected Grid Solutions

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CPM Braxis Capgemini the unique Cisco Connected Grid authorized partner in Brazil to help utilities address their challenges on the Smart Grid infrastructure environment.

CPM Braxis Capgemini the unique Cisco Connected Grid authorized partner in Brazil to help utilities address their challenges on the Smart Grid infrastructure environment.

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  • Before talking about architecture, I want all of us to be on the same plate regarding what is Smart Grid. It reminds me of the elephant and blind people story each time I talk about Smart GridDepends on whom you talk to about Smart Grid, it is end-all or be-all or it is just AMIFor communications perspective, if you look at the use cases, There are multiple ways to think about Smart Grid. One is the functional domains, the generation, transmission, distribution, consumers, service providers. From a communications perspective, the talk about places in the network that the use cases travel from source to destination, the communications it requires to make an intelligent decision.The end devices might be at the substations, at the field area or the customer area. The applications are at the operations and data center. We will look at how do we build these places in the network and the communications channel (inter network communications channel)
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    • 1. Connected GridAmos Simoesamos.simoes@cpmbraxis.com
    • 2. The Smart Grid - Dynamic System, Distributed Intelligence & Controls Power Generation Transmission Substation Primary Real-time Distributed Distribution connection Inteligence Secondary Substations Distribution Substations CustomersNetwork Control Center
    • 3. Smart GridPlaces in the Network View Power Transmission Distribution Retailers & End Generators Operators Operators Service Providers Consumers010101010101010101010101010101010101011010101010101010101010101010101010101010101010101011010101010101010101010101010101010101010101010101011010101010101010101010101010101010101010101010101011010101010101010101010101010101010101010101010101011010101010101010101010101010 Reliable, Secure and Standards-Based101010101010101010101011010101010101010101010101010101010101010101010101011010101010101010101010101010101010101010101010101011010101010101010101010101010101010101010101010101011010101010101010101010101010101010101010101010101011010101010101010101010101010101010101010101 Operations Data Center Center Customer Transmission Premise & Substation Utility and Field (BAN / HAN) Regional Area Security | Network Management | Distributed Intelligence
    • 4. Smart Grid PlatformEnabler for Applications Renewables’ Integrated Vehicle-to- Integration Maintenance Grid Smart Grid Applications Grid Smart Demand- Monitoring/ Metering Side- Management Management Distributed, Intelligent Grid Management (Energy Intelligence, Security, Unified Control Plane) Smart Grid Platform Connected IP Grid
    • 5. Smart GridEnd-to-End Architecture View Control and Data Center • Scale • Performance • Interconnectivity Consumer Network Core Network Substation Network • Scale • Resilience • Interconnectivity • Privacy • Segmentation • Segmentation • Manageability • Performance • Security Field Area Network • Scale • Differentiation • Coverage Security Distributed Intelligence Network Management • Scale • Scale and Latency • Integration • Privacy • Modularity • Scale • Manageability • Robustness • Diversity
    • 6. CiscoConnected Grid Solutions Substation Automation • Ruggedized routers and switches • handle the most demanding substation environment w/ same IOS Business Energy management • EnergyWise and Network Building Mediator • help business reduce costs and carbon footprint Grid Security • Physical and cyber security and services • address regulatory compliance Data Center Operations • Borderless, Collaboration & Datacenter • recognized security, Routers, Switches, Servers and Storage solutions
    • 7. Substation ArchitectureSubstation Services Physical External to SCADA Engineering Security Sub Internal Video Polling DA Engineers Surveillance Vendor Synchrophasor Access Control AMI Engineers
    • 8. Substation ArchitectureMultiservice Architecture Estação de Trabalho de WAN Engenharia Controladara de Estação IEC 61850 Station Multiservice Bus Ethernet Switches Ethernet Gerenciamen to Remoto de Mão de ObraDispositvosEletrônicos IED IED IED IED IEDInteligentes Process Bus to Switch-Yard DevicesDispositivos do Switch Agregação SegurançaYard da rede no Física(Corrente/tensão/transforma Campodores, dispositivos (FAN)primarios)
    • 9. Connected GridMulti Services FAN Data Mgmt Connected Grid Mgmt SCADA Subscriber SW Network Address Control &Scheduler Upgrade Monitoring Acquisition Reconfigurati Data on Network Operating Config Event Time AAA Center CTS DCS Download Notification Distribution Public or Private IP Infrastructure 802.15.4 sub-GHz IEEE P1901.2 GPRS/3G/LTE IPv6/6LoWPAN/RPL IPv6/6LoWPAN/RPL Ethernet RF Mesh PLC Mesh IPv6Smart Energy Protection and Profile 2.0 Control Network Residential Large C&I Distribution EV Charging Transformer Public Work Force Distributed Distribution Metering Meters Automation Infrastructure Monitoring Lighting Automation Generation Protection and Control Network
    • 10. Connected GridAdvanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) HEAD END - CE - - Meter - WAN NAN HAN - NMS - - IP Comm - - Open IPv6 RF / PLC mesh - Territory-wide - Grid sensors - In-home devices - Cellular or private - Distribution Automation - Demand management - Mobility and backhaul - Renewables - Load control - PEV App & Service Framework Itron Application Layer Secure End-to-End Management Cisco Network Layer End-to-End Services (Security, QoS, and Management)
    • 11. Connected GridMulti Services FAN Data Mgmt Connected Grid Mgmt SCADA Subscriber SW Network Address Control &Scheduler Upgrade Monitoring Acquisition Reconfigurati Data on Network Operating Config Event Time AAA Center CTS DCS Download Notification Distribution Public or Private IP Infrastructure 802.15.4 sub-GHz IEEE P1901.2 GPRS/3G/LTE IPv6/6LoWPAN/RPL IPv6/6LoWPAN/RPL Ethernet RF Mesh PLC Mesh IPv6Smart Energy Protection and Profile 2.0 Control Network Residential Large C&I Distribution EV Charging Transformer Public Work Force Distributed Distribution Metering Meters Automation Infrastructure Monitoring Lighting Automation Generation Protection and Control Network
    • 12. Multi-Service Communication Architecture for FAN Network Services: Security Overview Work Force Unauthorized Denial of Service Data Access AMI Wireless Network: Itron Existing 900 MHz MAS Mesh for DA X X Tier 1 Wireless ConnectivityCapacitor Banks Multi Service Network WAN / FIBER / New DA Device X X Microwave Deployments Recloser / Cap Bank Controller Security Paradigm (Based on Existing Cisco Technology): • Wireless is a shared media: Traffic segregation • Enforce Security policies at the EDGE (Cisco router as Gateway into multi-service network) A Few Examples of Security Threats: DoS, Unauthorized Access, Spoofing, Man in the Middle, etc…
    • 13. Data CenterImpact on the Control Center Renewable’s Electric Integration Vehicle Fixed or Integration Wireless IP-Based Energy Sensors Surveillance PowerCo Storage Smart Meters Smart Grid Smart Grid Secure Instrumentation Applications Energy Mgmt Scalable Data Center Demand and Controllers Capacity Mgmt Smart Customer Metering Service Distributed Meter Data Generation 100x Data New Data Management Collection IPv6, VPN Support Analytics Transmission Federated Data Facilities Centers / Partners Secure Data Collection & Processing Substation EMS / Control Automation Scalable Storage & Application Hosting Center Integration Minimal $ & Carbon Footprint Expanded Data Mining
    • 14. Smart GridTsunami of Data Developing Source: Smart Grid Summit, Miami Feb 2011 - S. Massoud Amin, University of Minnesota Source: Univ of Mn
    • 15. Typical Utility Data and Control Centers IT Data Center Executive Customer Analytics ERP CIS Dashboard Portal Enterprise Application Integration Data Warehouse EAM GIS MWM Energy Control Center WAN Communications DMS OMS Infrastructure Integration Sub- Plants SCADA EMS station
    • 16. Smart GridImpact on Data and Control Centers IT Data Center Executive Customer Analytics ERP CIS Dashboard Portal Enterprise Application Integration Data EAM GIS MWM MDMS Warehouse Energy Control Center AMI Next Gen IP Based DMS OMS Head end WAN Communications Infrastructure (IP Integration SCADA, etc.) SCADA EMS Home Sub- Smart Plants Energy station Meters Cont.
    • 17. Agradecido!Amos Simoesamos.simoes@cpmbraxis.com

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