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1 © 2008 Eventure Events. All rights reserved. SAP Embraces the Smart Grid: A Rational Approach to Integration Debra Henderson Joshua Roper

2 Objectives Discuss the Smart Grid – What and Why Show one approach utilizing standard technologies to deliver integrated industry leading Smart Grid components Provide examples that will leverage your SAP investment while accelerating the benefits achieved from new technology investments

3 OSIsoft and Silver Spring Networks Silver Spring Networks Cost-effective, IP-based high- performance network for the Smart Grid Unique combination of IP networking, Radio networking and Utility applications Highly successful deployment with Florida Power & Light Strong traction with major North American and overseas IOUs OSIsoft Industry standard in enterprise infrastructure for time-series data and event management Vertically and horizontally scalable Highly configurable, easily deployed and user friendly Member of the Lighthouse Council for – MDUS Provider

4 The Vision of the Smart Grid

5 Retailer D D D D D Retailer C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C Smart Grids will Revolutionize Power Management biogas power plant windmill park solar power generation emergency power gen hydro.elec power plant Retailer B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B Regional Power Balancing Intelligence A Retailer A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A Relationship with customer DSO AMI DSO AMI AMI: Automated Meter Infrastructure nuclear power plant fossile power plant gas turbine power gen combined heat&power How do you manage the volume and complexity?

6 SSN Smart Energy Network Utility Operation Smart Grid Devices Residential Devices C&I Devices Seamlessly connect all people and devices that generate, distribute or use energy

7 Example Distribution Use Cases

8 Distribution Use Cases - Better, Faster Information Imagine having near real-time visibility to information and health of your distribution system. Warning of customers in violation of operating contract (i.e. power factor, harmonic distortion) Manage customer generation - operating and planning for grid management Feeder cap bank and transformer tap switching – monitor and adjust based on actual loading and voltages Feeder switching – load models with actual data, predict loading and suggest switching Replay Outages System Efficiency and Loss Analysis – Measure in real-time instead of annual calculations based on assumptions CBM – on going health monitoring and notification Outage, voltage, power quality event analysis

9 Foundation for the Smart Grid

10 Our Approach to Smart Grid Goals –Real time data access –Scalable to millions of devices –Easy and fast to implement –Maintainable/Standards Based General Approach –PI calls UIQ web services to initiate transactions –UIQ pushes data to PI via JMS –Use SAP use cases as a guide

11 Example Use Cases Example 1: Device Provisioning –Meter is disconnected over the network –Upon status change, an instantaneous register read is performed by UIQ –UIQ pushes read results with switch status to queue Example 2: Transformer Outage –Multiple Last Gasps are pushed from meters to UIQ ODS –UIQ ODS pushes event to JMS Queue –PI recognizes events, compares to network model and notifies OMS that transformer is out Example 3: Single Out, Ping to Verify –Last Gasp pushed from meter to UtilityIQ ODS –UIQ ODS pushes event to JMS Queue –PI recognizes event and calls UIQ web service to ping the neighboring meters on the transformer to confirm scope of outage –Ping results are pushed from UIQ to JMS Queue

12 © 2008 Silver Spring Networks. All rights reserved. SSN Smart Energy Network Architecture

13 Meter Details

14 PI SSN Smart Connector OSIsoft PI AF OSIsoft PI AF Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) to/from OSIsoft Business Gateway PI Server OSIsoft Smart Connector Container OSIsoft Smart Connector Container OSIsoft PI AF OSIsoft PI AF External Relations Tab le Container Updater RPC Manager Smart Connector Plug-In Smart Connector Plug-In Smart Connector Plug-In Smart Connector Plug-In PI AMI Connector Plug-In PI AMI Connector Plug-In AMI Vendor Head End System AMI Vendor Head End System AMI Vendor Head End System AMI Vendor Head End System AMI Vendor Head End System AMI Vendor Head End System UtilityIQ

15 Synchronization with Smart Connectors

16 SSN Meter Elements

17 Configurable VEE Attributes

18 Real Time Validation

19 OSIsoft Business Gateway OSIsoft Business Gateway Enhancement Package Enhancement Package Enhancement Package Enhancement Package OSIsoft PI AF OSIsoft PI AF Module Web Service Module Web Service Module Web Service Module Web Service Module Web Service Module Web Service Module Web Service Module Web Service Web Service Requests from SAP PI Server OSIsoft PI AF OSIsoft PI AF Response to SAP via Web Services Request Manager Schedule Manager Communication Manager OSIsoft SAP Business Gateway

20 Summary Together SSN and OSIsoft provide an integrated platform to support Smart Grid –We will get you from where you are today to Smart Grid Value is substantiated by industry leader selection –Companies choosing Smart Grid solutions are selecting SSN and OSIsoft SSN and OSIsoft technologies represent a starting point, not a ceiling on continued road to Smart Grid –SSN and OSIsoft continue to demonstrate themselves to be innovative technology thought leaders

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