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The Common Information Model CIM

by Uslar, Mathias.
Authors: Specht, Michael.%author. | Rohjans, Sebastian.%author. | Trefke, Jörn.%author. | Vasquez Gonzalez, Jose Manuel.%author. | SpringerLink (Online service) Series: Power Systems, 1612-1287 ; . 66 Physical details: XX, 244 p. online resource. ISBN: 364225215X Subject(s): Engineering. | Engineering mathematics. | Electric engineering. | Engineering. | Energy Technology. | Energy Systems. | Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering.
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Basic technologies -- The IEC Common Information Model -- Utilization of the CIM -- Examples of using the CIM -- Toolsupport -- Participation in the CIMug -- Perspective.

Within the Smart Grid, the combination of automation equipment, communication technology and IT is crucial. Interoperability of devices and systems can be seen as the key enabler of smart grids. Therefore, international initiatives have been started in order to identify interoperability core standards for Smart Grids.   IEC 62357, the so called Seamless Integration Architecture, is one of these very core standards, which has been identified by recent Smart Grid initiatives and roadmaps to be essential for building and managing intelligent power systems. The Seamless Integration Architecture provides an overview of the interoperability and relations between further standards from IEC TC 57 like the IEC 61970/61968: Common Information Model - CIM.   CIM has proven to be a mature standard for interoperability and engineering; consequently, it is a cornerstone of the IEC Smart Grid Standardization Roadmap. This book provides an overview on how the CIM developed, in which international projects and roadmaps is has already been covered and describes the basic use cases for CIM.  This book has been written for both Power Engineers trying to get to know the EMS and business IT part of Smart Grid and for Computer Scientist finding out where ICT technology is applied in EMS and DMS Systems. The book is divided into two parts dealing with the theoretical foundations and a practical part describing tools and use cases for CIM.

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