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Harmonization of CIM and IEC 61850 models within the Framework DENISE (Intelligent, Secure and Efficient distribution of electricity)

J.A. Rodríguez-Mondéjar E. Pilo Y. González-Arechavala R. Santodomingo

October 2007 - March 2009

Funding entity Everis

Participated by ELIOP, INELCOM, CapGemini

The project CENIT-DENISE is a project financed by CDTI developed by a consortium of firms and research centers whose objective is the research of the future electricity networks that will enable an intelligent, secure and efficient production and distribution of electricity. The consortium is leaded by Endesa Servicios.
The activities around Harmonization of CIM and IEC 61850 models within DENISE correspond with subtasks 2.1 integrated in task 2 «Intelligence Logic» coordinated by Everis. Among the participants of the consortium several research Centers (AICIA and IIT of Comillas University) are participating in the task.
The project will study how to merge the CIM model with the IEC 61850 at power distribution networks. Also, the project studies the requirements of a physical platform to link of the two models.

    Research topics:
  • *Smart grids
  • *Automation, Communications and Industrial Informatics


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