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Interaction of EMS related systems by using the CIM standard
 

Summary: Interaction of EMS related systems by using the
CIM standard
Mathias Uslar, Tanja Schmedes1
OFFIS, Business Information and Knowledge Management, Oldenburg
Andreas Lucks, Till Luhmann2
BTC - Business Technology and Consulting AG, Oldenburg
Ludger Winkels, Hans-Jürgen Appelrath3
University of Oldenburg, Information Systems Group
Abstract: Energy distribution companies nowadays use different IT-systems from
vendors within their infrastructure. Those systems often use proprietary data
exchange formats and must be connected to other systems. Building specialized
adaptors for interconnection between the systems is the most common and time-
consuming task for IT-departments at energy companies. The Common
Information Model (CIM) establishes a common language and domain model for
energy management systems and related data structures. Instead of connecting all
systems and building up a meshed net, it is possible to connect the systems to a an
integration platform using the CIM as a common language. This paper will
discuss the CIM and its benefits and focusses on a current industrial project
conducted by the authors which integrates CIM as a standard for data exchange
between energy management related systems.

  

Source: Appelrath, Hans-Jürgen - Department für Informatik, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences