Presentation on theme: "SG-Systems Working Group Charter: The SG-Systems Working Group defines requirements, policies, and services, based on utility industry standards such as."— Presentation transcript:
SG-Systems Working Group Charter: The SG-Systems Working Group defines requirements, policies, and services, based on utility industry standards such as the Common Information Model (CIM), required for information exchange from and to utility enterprise back office systems and between these back office systems and data acquisition and control servers (e.g., MDMS, AMI Head Ends, SCADA, OMS, GIS, CIS, work management, etc.). Task forces are established on an as needed basis to accomplish these goals for specific functional areas.
SG-Systems WG Agenda Welcome & introductions “Inquiring minds want to know…” NIST, SEP 2.0, SAE/PEV, IEC, Unite, etc. Task Force Status and Planning Discussion SG-Systems Roadmap review and update General discussion, questions and answers
Slide 3 EIM Charter Identify and articulate common EIM requirements: Use cases Activity Diagrams EIM Requirements Specification Develop common EIM Framework that satisfies requirements, taking advantage of other relevant industry work as appropriate (e.g., vision, governance, processes, etc.) Develop requirements for an OpenSG generic semantic model to be used by members as a starting point for their enterprises. Collaborate with SGAC of the NIST SGIP Provide a forum for exchanging information so that all members can benefit from lessons learned. Collaborate with Standards Development Organizations (SDOs), NIST SGIP, and/or consortiums so that needed advancements are accomplished in the most appropriate organizations in the most efficient manner.
TF Use Case Process Established in Austin Revisit actor list and validate starting pointing Link actors to core processes Map SDLC use-cases to core processes Review content and validate it’s aligned with the SDLC Develop an example and review with EIM TF to continue with the approach Drive out tools, templates, and standards that might help support this approach TOGAF DAMA The approach starts with the core processes that will then drive out the Governance and KPI’s (Left and Right framework columns) Establish working sessions (bi-weekly GoToMeeting) to continue with the approach for other core processes 4
EIM Task Force Sessions 1 – Tuesday at 1:00 EIM Birds of a Feather – discuss lessons learned, needs 2 – Tuesday at 3:00f Discuss status of work EIM Requirements Use Cases and Activity Diagrams Smart Grid Semantic Model Requirements Plan for work sessions 3 – Wednesday at 8:00 Work session 4 – Wednesday at 10:30 Work Session 5 – Wednesday at 1:00 Work Session 6 – Thursday at 8:00 Work Session and wrap up
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