Presentations given at a CIM Status Update panel at the IEEE Power Systems Computing conference, Seattle, March 2009
|Intro and Status of CIM Documentation|
Describes how the IEC documents relating to CIM are organized and numbered. Explains status codes and the availability of draft documents.
|Ed Dobrowolski||psce09_cim_panel_1_2_dobrowolski_20090303|| |
|Justifying the Use of the CIM|
Explains how to understand what the CIM standards are; what they are good for; and where they can be used. Addresses misconceptions about CIM and discusses existing applications and CIM's role in the Smart Grid.
|Terry Saxton||psce09_cim_panel_3_saxton_20090315|| |
|Specifying the CIM|
Goes into depth on the real value proposition for CIM and gives suggestions for how to work with vendors on CIM-related aspects of EMS implementations.
|Jay Britton||psce09_cim_panel_4_britton|| |
|CIM Model Management for 2008|
Kendall, the CMM for 2008, reviews IEC TC57 working group accomplishments for the past year and the content of CIM V13.
|Kendall Demaree||psce09_cim_panel_5a_demaree|| |
|CIM Model Management for 2009|
Explains the responsibilities of the CIM Model Manager; the issues submittal and resolution process; and CIM development plans for 2009.
|Kurt Hunter||psce09_cim_panel_5b_hunter_20090317|| |
|CIMug Interaction with IEC|
Explains UCAIug's liaison status with IEC and reviews the level of collaboration going on between the CIM Users Group and the IEC TC57 working groups.
|Randy Rhodes||psce09_cim_panel_6_rhodes|| |
|Time-Based Management of Large Scale Networks|
A detailed review of ERCOT's very large scale CIM-based model management.
|John Moseley||psce09_cim_panel_7_ercot_moseley|| |