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Power systems monitoring and control using Telecom network management standards

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4 Author(s)
Diaz, S. ; Dept. de Tecnologia Electron., Univ. de Sevilla, Spain ; Luque, J. ; Romero, M.C. ; Escudero, J.I.

Historically, different solutions have been developed for power system control and telecommunication network management environments. The former was characterized by proprietary solutions, while the latter has been involved for years in a strong standardization process guided by criteria of openness. Today, power system control standardization is in progress, but it is at an early stage compared to the telecommunications management area, especially in terms of information modeling. Today, control equipment tends to exhibit more computational power, and communication lines have increased their performance. These trends hint at some conceptual convergence between power systems and telecommunications networks from a management perspective. This convergence leads us to suggest the application of well-established telecommunications management standards for power systems control. This paper shows that this is a real medium-to-long term possibility.

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Power Delivery, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 2 )