As more behind-the-meter devices connect to the grid, how can IT/OT architecture help grid operators and utilities understand what are newly affixed to their territory?
Standardized framework -- one that aligns business and IT/OT architectural elements -- is necessary to seamless technology integration and utility operations. One crucial part to developing the framework is aligning cybersecurity and communication standards or interconnection requirements to operation control standards.
Join SEPA’s Electric Grid Ontology Task Force to hear expert recommendations on reducing the time and effort for each project by applying aligned architectural elements to avoid the associated missteps from one integration to the next. During the live webinar, attendees will be able to interact with experts directly via a Q&A session.
Audience will learn:
What Smart Grid Ontology is and why it’s important, and
How to use the SEPA ‘Smart Grid Ontology’ Tool, a standardized language model to merge utility data systems.