March, 6, 2018, Taipei – Taiwan Power Company was introduced to a new smart grid platform, a co-developed pilot project by Works Systems, Elipse Software, ADVANIO and National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST). Taiwan Power Company Research Institute (TPRI) also contributed to the realization of this project by providing consulting and guidance. The event took place at the Taiwan Power Company’s headquarters, in Taipei.
Based on Industry 4.0 concepts, this platform runs in an XMPP server cloud and compiles IEC 61850-8-2 XMPP and IEC 61850-7-420 protocols for DER (Distributed Energy Resource) via a plug & play gateway. The gateway converts IEC 61850 -7-420 into IEC 61850-8-2 XMPP, which is the standard for DERs. The TR-069 protocol is also integrated to the gateway for performing device management, remote firmware upgrade, policy scheduling, and auto diagnostics.
The new solution is built with PaaS, a platform developed by Works Systems for device management and data analytics, using a TR-069 agent, a communication protocol for telecommunication applications. Additionally, the technology employs CIM (Common Information Model), which can be extended to other platforms in smart grid domains, such as ADMS, SCADA, CBM, Demand Response, Microgrid, EMS, and MDMS.
With the new Smart Grid Platform, Taiwan Power Company will be able to manage distributed solar energy or wind power efficiently in the future.
About Works Systems, Inc.
Works Systems, Inc. is a global company specializing in the development of IoT and broadband device management solutions. Works Systems is dedicated in providing robust and flexible solutions to meet customers’ business development. Works Systems’ total solutions include remote management clients, interoperability test applications, device management platforms and big data analysis solutions. Works Systems is headquartered in California, USA and have regional offices throughout South-East Asia, Japan and Europe. To learn more, visit Works Systems at www.workssys.com