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CIM and OPC-UA based Integrated Platform Development for ensuring Interoperability
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 Title & Authors
CIM and OPC-UA based Integrated Platform Development for ensuring Interoperability
Kim, Jun-Sung; Park, Hee-Jeong; Choi, Seung-Hwan;
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 Abstract
Smart grid is called it as a system of systems. There are diverse types of systems in smart grid environment. Therefore, one of key factors to achieve smart grid successfully is interoperability among diverse systems. To secure interoperability, smart grid operating system should be developed complied with standards in terms of the data representation and communication. Common Information Model (CIM) and OLE Process for Control - Unified Architecture (OPC-UA) are the representative international standards in smart grid domain. Each standard defines data representation and communication by providing common information model and the unified architecture. In this paper, we explain a smart grid platform that we have developed to comply with CIM and OPC-UA standards for secure interoperability among numerous legacy systems.
 Keywords
CIM;OPC-UA;platform;system integration;interoperability;
 Language
English
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