A Pathway Towards Smart Grids Through an Open IEC Based Software Architecture

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A Pathway Towards Smart Grids Through an Open IEC Based Software Architecture

  1. 1. A pathway towards smart grids through an open IEC based software architecture Richard Haagensen Metering/CRM/Billing Europe 2012© Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012
  2. 2. Energy utilities adopting to new needs Tomorrow: New business model & new needs Today: Transparency to build Smart Grids Yesterday: A top-down hierarchyOpen IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012 2
  3. 3. Linking technology innovations with new business processes New Renewable Integration Billing, Balancing & Settlement … business Distribution & Substation Automation Demand Response New Services processes Network Operations & Delivery Asset Management Outage Mmgt & Control Field Services Future proof AMI solution architecture Smart Metering IHD’s Load / Demand Mangement New Home Automation Smart Appliances & Distribution and substation technology Thermostats Micro Generation automation Plug-in-Hybrid Storage/ Batteries Public lightning Vehicles & Storage ….Open IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012 3
  4. 4. How to create a solution architectureto meet the future needs?Open IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012 4
  5. 5. Standardized solutions - secured investmentsRapid innovation on businessapplications requires data model tobe separated from AMIHide details of the underlyingcommunication and data acquisitionmachinery to provide a logicalmodel which can be leveraged bybusiness applicationsStandards for enterprise systemcommunications can be morechallenging than device-levelstandardsOpen IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012 5
  6. 6. Future proof reference architecture Utility Operational Advanced business applications Systems Outage Management SystemINTEGRATION Asset Management System Grid & Meter Data Management Systems NIS/GISINTEGRATION EDM NMS (DA)/ SCADA Head End Systems System ERP/CISINTEGRATION DMS INTEGRATION WOMS Smart Devices Open IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012 6
  7. 7. What to consider for an effective implementation ofthe solution architecture?Open IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012 7
  8. 8. Requirements for efficiencyClearly defined system functionalboundariesLimited number of standardsapplicable at the interface pointsCommon semantic model for allinterfaces and systemsCommonalities recognized– no needto re-invent the wheelData communicated and stored inunified waysOpen IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012 8
  9. 9. Software of the future solves the challenges of todayS‍ oftware plays a critical role integratinglegacy and state-of-the-art utility systemsS‍ tructured, straightforward interoperabilityensures maximized ROI for the utilityS‍ tandards-based development minimizes riskand provides consistent end-to-end resultsT‍ here is a wide set of standards andrequirements documents applying to the AMIinfrastructureH‍ ow to mature the standards to supportproduction deployments?Open IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012 9
  10. 10. How to ensure end-to-end interoperability bychoosing the right standards?Open IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012 10
  11. 11. Choosing the right standards and efficient strategyPre-integration and choice of "right mix of standards" asthe solutionThe industry focus for software and IT systems is on theInternational Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 61968series of standards IEC 61968 series of standards for interface architecture, general requirements, meter reading and control and implementationThe Common Information Model (CIM), maintained bythe IEC, underlying the IEC 61968 series of standards hasbeen widely adopted in the utility industryToday, utilities have come to rely upon theinteroperability and consistent results yielded by productsbased on the CIM and its derivative standardsOpen IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012 11
  12. 12. IEC 61968 Distribution Management; Business Functions Network Record &Asset Operational Maintenance & Operations Management Planning & Construction Optimization Interface standard: Interface standard: Interface standard: Interface standard: Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 IEC 61968 Compliant Middleware Services Interface standard: Interface standard: Interface standard: Part 11: Part 7 Part 8 Part 9 Network Customer Meter Reading Common Extension Support & Control Interface Model Planning CIM Electric Distribution Network Planning, Constructing, Maintaining and OperatingOpen IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012
  13. 13. European standardization model European Smart Metering EU Mandates Industry Group EU M/441 EU M/490 Smart Metering Smart Grid ESMIG European Standardisation OrganisationsESMIG supports both SM-CG & SG-CG with:- Definition of a functional reference architecture of the (ITU)Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) and Smart Grid. (ISO) (IEC)- Definition of functional requirements by Use Cases.- Design of sustainable standardisation processes- Smart Grid SecurityThe ESMIG BSII work group provides a reference SM-CG SG-CGbusiness system integration architecture and usecases mainly based on the IEC 61968 series that Smart Metering Smart Gridsensures a full interoperability between the technical Coordination Coordinationmetering data management systems and the Groupbusiness management systems. Group Open IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012 13
  14. 14. How to create a solution architecture to meet thefuture needs?Open IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012 14
  15. 15. Landis+Gyr reference architecture Service Customer Service User and BI/Analytics Utility Advanced Operational Dashboard Consumer Operational Applications Applications business Systems Prepayment / Installation/ Load Control / applications Pay As You Go Deployment Demand Response Outage Management Applications SystemIEC 61968 Asset Management Grid and Meter Data unification, SystemGrid & Grid and Meter Data Management applications Reporting synchronization and storageMeter Data On- Work Order Data NIS/GIS Event Mgmt. VEEManagement Data demand Storage Mgmt. Aggregation Collection commands Tariff/Profile App EDMSystems /controls Calculation Supervision Data Profiling Enablement NMS (DA)/IEC 61968 SCADA System Smart Meter Network Mgmt Data collectionHead End System platform Management Software and reporting ERP/CISIEC 61850 and IEC 62056 [DLMS/COSEM] DMS IEC 61968 Electric Gas Heat/Cold Water WOMSSmart Devices Open IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012 15
  16. 16. A pathway towards smart grids and smart communities Smart Community Intelligent Applications Smart Grid New applications for intelligent Meaningful Information management of infrastructure, appliances, resources & cost HES software & Meter Data Management System solutions Communications technology & networks Measurement technology16 Open IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012 16
  17. 17. Thank you for your attentionOpen IEC based software architecture | Richard Haagensen | © Landis+Gyr | October 10, 2012 17

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