The UCA International Users Group invites members of the energy industry to attend the CIM Users Group – European 2019 Spring Meeting, "Use of CIM for Data Integration in Support of European Regulations between DSO, TSO & Market Participants" on 18-20 June, 2019 in Saclay, France. Whether you are a CIM novice or expert, this meeting will provide a forum to learn more about CIM and network with colleagues.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL OF THOSE THAT WILL BE REGISTERING WITH A ROOM AT EDF. THOSE ROOMS ARE AVAILABLE JUNE 18 & JUNE 19 ONLY. IF YOU REQUIRE ROOMS ON JUNE 17 (BEFORE) OR JUNE 20 (AFTER THE CONFERENCE) YOU WILL NEED TO BOOK THOSE ROOMS AT THE HOTELS IN SACLAY – THIS LINK IS PROVIDED.
Early-Bird Registration Price – If registered prior to April 30, 2019
|Member-Meeting Only with room||$750|
|Non-Member - Meeting Only||$750|
|Non-Member - Meeting Only with room||$850|
|Member CIMU Only||$200|
|Non-Member CIMU Only||$200|
|Member - Meeting and CIM U ||$700|
|Member - Meeting and CIM U with room||$800|
|Non-Member - Meeting and CIM U||$900|
|Non-Member - Meeting and CIM U with room||$1,000|
Registration Price if Registered after April 30, 2019
|Late - Member - Meeting Only||$750|
|Late - Member - Meeting Only with room||$850|
|Late - Non-Member - Meeting Only||$850|
|Late - Non-Member - Meeting Only with room||$950|
|Late -Member CIMU Only||$250|
|Late -Non-Member CIMU Only||$250|
|Late - Member - Meeting and CIM U||$800|
|Late - Member - Meeting and CIM U with room||$900|
|Late - Non-Member - Meeting and CIM U||$1,000|
|Late - Non-Member - Meeting and CIM U with room||$1,100|
What Is CIM?
The CIM is an international standard now globally accepted for modeling 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.
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