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A major electric and natural gas utility, based in
Building data warehouses for utilities is a challenging endeavor.
Xtensible, a software and services company focused on model-driven
Xtensible has been selected by New Jersey-based Continuum Associates (“CA”)
Xtensible has been supporting Duke Energy in the development and
It was recently announce from the IEC CIMug that Michael Covarrubias of Xtensible accepted the position of Vendor Co-Chair for the CIM User Group.
Xtensible Solutions and Open Grid Systems have joined forces to provide standards-based integration and analytic solutions for utilities’ Network Connectivity Models. The initiative offers customers consulting expertise with a standards-based tool set to deliver network connectivity and grid operation insights.
Based on input from users of MD3i and client feedback from current Xtensible projects, the following features are now available within the recent MD3i download.
Xtensible and Southern California Edison recently teamed up to meet requirements of California Rule 21 and produce extensive analytics unconstrained by individual system implementations and business silos. Recognizing that separate projects add in different functional components at varying times, the foundation of this system includes a comprehensive data model that is based on industry standards such as the IEC Common Information Model (CIM) and Geographic Markup Language (GML). This model serves as a common vocabulary for all functional component interfaces for logical and physical models used by both ‘data-in-motion’ (integration) and ‘data-at-rest’ (databases).
The 2nd edition of the Smart Grids: Advanced Technologies and
One of the biggest challenges utilities can face is making
Join Xtensible in Herzogenaurach, Germany for the 2017 CIM Users Group meeting focused on Supporting Distributed Energy & the Utility of the Future with CIM.
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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