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1 May 2010 Slide 1 SG Communications Boot Camp Matt Gillmore 03/07/11

2 SG Boot Camp Agenda Review SG Communications structure within UCAiug Overview of this weeks meeting schedule Overview of Network Interop Task Force Overview of SG-Network Walkthrough of SG-Networks work – Requirements – Architecture reference diagram – System Requirements Specification overview

3 UCAiug Organization Overview

4 February 2010 SG Communications Agenda Tuesday AM2 SG-Communications – Overview of SG-NET, Network Interop and other activity overview Tuesday PM1 (Network Interoperability) – Review inputs on AMI – OpenHAN requirements analysis Tuesday, PM1 (SG-NET joint with SG-Security) – Payload CIA review, Logical Interface Control working session Tuesday, PM2 (SG-NET) – Vetting of new requirements

5 SG-Communications Agenda Cont. Wednesday, AM1 (Network Interop/Enterprise/Edge Conformity) – Joint session on conformance requirements Wednesday, AM1 (SG-NET) – Vetting of additional requirements cont. Wednesday, AM2 (SG-NET) – Requirement Database working session Wednesday, PM1 (Network Interop/Edge Conformity) – Joint session on conformance requirements Wednesday, PM1 - PM 2(SG-NET) – SRS working session – SRS working session and AOB

6 SG-Communications Agenda Cont. Thursday AM1 (Joint SG-NET / PAP 2) – SG Network work product review and plans for re- chartered PAP 2 Thursday AM2 (Joint SG-NET / PAP 2) – SG Network work product review and plans for re- chartered PAP 2

7 Slide 7 Network Interoperability Tom Herbst from Silver Spring Networks is the chair Internet Protocol (IP) use is assumed Since we are using IP, draft requirements document needs to address the following types of issues as they apply across platforms: – Collection of RFCs used (from SE 2.0 TRD) – Security protocols and cipher suites (from SE 2.0 TRD) – Application support protocols (from SE 2.0) – Policies, procedures and other considerations (eg firewalls, etc.) that are needed for cross platform deployments – What else? Co-existance for PLC

8 February 2010 Slide 8 Network Interoperability From the draft Scope/Charter: – Identify and articulate premise Network Interoperability requirements. Engage with Standards Development Organizations (SDOs) and vendor consortiums to realize realize implementation specifications and conformance programs based on the requirements. – Premise networks cover commercial, industrial and home area networks employing OpenSG requirements specifications. Ensure that the Network Interoperability requirements cover all market segments. – Align all premise Network Interoperability requirements with the NIST Smart Grid Interoperability Guidelines (Version 1.0 and any subsequent updates).

9 February 2010 Slide 9 Network Interoperability Proposed deliverables: – Creation of a Network Interoperability System Requirements Specification for premise platforms employing multiple physical network interfaces; – Outreach and engagement with SDO’s and vendor consortiums embracing and deploying the Network Interoperability System Requirements to realize standards and conformance programs based on the requirements; – The Network Interoperability Task Force will create, distribute and maintain a schedule and roadmap detailing the tasks and milestones that comprise the group's work; – The Task Force shall assist the Conformity Task Group in their job in defining the test plans and protocol interchange conformance statements (PICs) to apply certification to the components in its charter..

10 February 2010 Slide 10 Network Interoperability Call for participation: – Please e-mail: Don Sturek, – Email reflector - OPENSG-SGCOMM-NETINTEROP Process: – Update/approve the draft Scope/Charter – Submit to OpenSG TC for approval – Review the Requirements Specification Outline, update/approve and begin work – Outreach to SDO’s, vendor consortiums: IETF, IEEE ZigBee Alliance, HomePlug Alliance Other SDO’s and vendor consortiums working on SE 2.0

11 Questions?

12 SG-Network Overview Previously started as AMI-Network with a focus on network management. Scope and Charter for SG-Network within UCAiug – NIST PAP 2 (Wireless standards for the Smart Grid) Supply functional requirements for Smart Grid Networks from a utility perspective Define functional domains within the Smart Grid – Create a System Requirements Specification Provide information to SDO’s (e.g., IEEE P2030) Participation – Utilities, Academia, Vendors

13 SG-Network Work underway – Selected 30+ SG use cases for requirements – Defined 75 total actors from the use cases – Alignment with NIST and other sources to create an architecture diagram for reference – Functional Requirements Definition (3100+ identified to date, was 2400+ before the Detroit meeting) – Define latency requirements (How long) – Define volumetric information (How often)

14 Examples of work accomplished to date Sample Actors – Smart Meter – Load Management System (LMS) Sample Requirement for a Smart Meter Use CaseRequirementHow OftenReliabilityLatency Meter reading Smart Meter shall be able send on demand read information 1 transaction per meter on demand > 98%< 5s Meter reading Smart Meter shall be able to report on demand read communication failure 1 transaction per meter on demand > 98%< 5s Meter reading Residential Electric Smart Meter shall be able to report when scheduled All meters report 4-6 times per day > 98%< 4hr


16 NIST Conceptual Model

17 Reference Architecture from NISTIR

18 P2030 Smart Grid Comms Reference Architecture

19 SG-Networks Reference Architecture


21 Deliverables Interim Release 1.0 was published in December 2009 – Requirements and some volumetric and latency requirements Interim Release 2.0 was published in February 2010 – Requirements, volumetric, latency requirements, security, implications and more use cases – Reference Architecture Diagram first published – System requirements specification published Interim Release 3.0 was published in May 2010 – Addition of the following use cases: Pre-Payment, Meter Events, DA and Outage Management – System requirements specification updates Interim Release 4.0 was published in June 2010 – Addition of the following use cases: DRLC, DA fault isolation and reconfiguration – System requirements specification re-write

22 Work Plan for the week Review Joint SG-SEC/SG-NET meeting to review security portions of requirements (Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability) System requirements Specification working sessions Review Requirements Database Plan scope of the next interim release PAP 2 joint meeting Thursday

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