Making It All Work Together
The Smart Energy industry has made great strides in establishing standards to promote product interoperability. But, the selection of technology standards is just the starting point. Challenges you’ll face include:
- How to evaluate and select standards to be used
- Training your team to develop, specify and/or acquire products based on specific standards
- Assessing the maturity of various standards so you can avoid orphaned or obsolete implementations as standards evolve
- Designing implementation processes to ensure interoperability of products from multiple vendors
- Accelerating development and deployment of products while ensuring interoperability
Get your team up to speed on emerging smart grid standards like OpenADR 2, IEEE 2030.5, IEC 61850, SunSpec, OCPP, IEC 15118, Green Button, MultiSpeak, and more, and learn how to implement DR programs successfully.
The QualityLogic team can help you assess the maturity of smart grid standards you are considering. This ensures informed decisions about specifications, development and implementation plans.
Get the state-of-the-art test tools to simulate environments to test interoperability of smart grid products. Test an implementation against a “correct” implementation and debug interoperability issues.
Buy with Confidence
QualityLogic works with industry alliances and consortiums to design, develop and support test tools for certification programs for smart grid standards.
Proud to serve these Utility industry clients:
“The emergence of IEEE 2030.5 in home energy management applications provides potential benefit for utilities and their customers. The test program will save us valuable effort and time in considering bringing IEEE 2030.5 compatible solutions to our customers.”Denver Hinds, Lab Manager, Sacramento Municipal Utility District
Case Study: Lessons Learned from a Regional Smart Grid Project
As test and training partner to the Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project, QualityLogic assessed applicable NIST smart grid standards, recommended them to the project design team, and gained acceptance and adoption of the standards.