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A future-looking system framework based on standards and a comprehensive enterprise semantic model can act as a common language for data exchange across the utility enterprise, facilitating system interactions. The Common Information Model (CIM) was initially created to allow data exchange and interoperability between different energy management systems (EMS). Now, the CIM is a mechanism to exchange data to execute power flows, topology processing and state estimation.
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Xtensible Solutions and Green Energy Corporation have teamed up to help utilities implement the Open Field Message Bus™ (OpenFMB™) standard.
Xtensible has been part of the team in the development and realization of the OpenFMB, providing integration design, use case modeling, requirements workshops and data modeling based on the IEC CIM 61850 related models.
Bit Stew Systems and Xtensible Solutions, announced a new agreement that will combine the power of Bit Stew’s Grid Director™ with Xtensible’s expertise using the Common Information Model (CIM).
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