CIM USERS GROUP MEETING:
Role of the CIM in the European Commission
Mandate for Smart Grid
10-13 May, 2011 >> Prague, Czech Republic
The CIM is an international standard now globally accepted for modelling the information exchanges required in electric utilities. The CIM is independent of any individual application, middleware, or message protocols used for data exchange. The interoperability enabled by the CIM standards is a key factor for achieving the Smart Grid vision.
The CIM Users Group (CIMug) was formed to promote progress of the CIM and to share project experiences. The users group holds two meetings each year (one in Europe and one in the U.S.). Recognized experts share their insights and resolve key technical issues. Each meeting also includes pre-conference tutorials, vendor exhibits, and social networking opportunities.
Who Should Attend
Utilities, energy companies, RTO/ISOs and others involved in developing standards-based enterprise information architectures and integration frameworks to meet their business challenges will find this conference invaluable. Project managers, system architects, business and IT managers, and control center personnel will all benefit from this meeting. With the focus on Smart Grid interoperability and distribution applications, vendors with CIM-based products they plan to make available to this community will want to reserve a Vendor Table to demonstrate their products and discuss service offerings.
The meeting is open to all current or potential CIM users – you do not have to be a CIM User Group member to attend. Attendees gain first-hand access to CIM experts and come away with new insights on how to realize the power of CIM-based integration.
Location & Date
The CIMug Meeting will be held on 10-13 May, 2011 at the Diplomat Hotel. A link to a map of the meeting location is available at the bottom of this page. See the meeting Blog on the right side of this page for more important details.
The Diplomat Hotel facility address and contact information is:
The meeting will start on Tuesday, 10 May with the CIM University - a pre-conference CIM tutorial. The official CIMug plenary meetings will begin on Wednesday, 11 May and run until noon on Friday, 13 May.
Conference costs and more information is available on the Registration link on the left panel. Vendors who would like to sponsor tables can add this as part of their registration.
In addition, we have started using the RegOnline registration service starting with this event. When you click on the Registration link, it will take you to the Prague 2011 RegOnline site for this meeting where you can register, unregister, print paid invoices and more. However, RegOnline does require you to create an account for their site so that you can register for the Prague 2011 meeting.