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The Standards Based Integration Company Systems Integration Specialists Company, Inc. 6605 19½ Mile Road Sterling Heights, MI 48314-1408 USA Tel: +1-586-254-0020 Fax: +1-586-254-0053 E-Mail: info@sisconet.com URL: http://www.sisconet.com SISCO CIM Adapter for use with the OSIsoft® PI System® Description SISCO’s CIM Adapter for use with the PI System combines the power of OSIsoft’s world-leading infrastructure for real-time performance management with the application integration and common info
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    Systems Integration Specialists Company, Inc. 6605 19½ Mile RoadSterling Heights, MI 48314-1408 USATel: +1-586-254-0020 Fax: +1-586-254-0053E-Mail: info@sisconet.comURL: http://www.sisconet.com   Description SISCO’s CIM Adapter for use with the PI Systemcombines the power of OSIsoft ’s world-leadinginfrastructure for real-time performancemanagement with the application integration andcommon information exchange model capabilitiesof the IEC CIM. The SISCO CIM Adapter processes modeling information, such as anetwork connectivity model, and automaticallyconfigures the PI Asset Framework™ ( PI AF) for those points that are being historized by the PIServer  ™ . The SISCO CIM Adapter organizes thePI Tags within the context of models familiar to theuser such as the IEC Common Information Model(CIM) per IEC 61970/61968 or a user-defined datamodel. The SISCO CIM Adapter can be integrated with SISCO’s Utility Integration Bus (UIB) to synchronize the PI AF models with changes madeto the model in external systems. The SISCO CIM Adapter provides a solution for electric utilities thatenables them to leverage their existing power system models to better manage the complexity of their smart grid systems while minimizing manualreconfiguration and data handling. Features    Works with customer defined models, modelsderived from applications, or industry standardmodels such as CIM, IEC 61850, ISA, etc.    Imports XML model definitions and networkconnectivity information into PI AF.    Can auto-create PI Tag names based upon themodel definitions.    Supports model synchronization between the PISystem and the power system models in other systems to enable historization of these modelchanges within the PI System environment. Benefits    View and search for PI Tags within the context of familiar power system models.    Facilitates the development of reusable analysisand display applications for PI ProcessBook ®  and PI WebParts ® .    Can provide automatic configuration updateswhen changes are made to external models.    Supports a common integration framework thateliminates unwieldy point-to-point datatransformations and integration links.    Leverages existing Enterprise ApplicationIntegration (EAI) and middleware products suchas IBM WebSphere and others to providemaximum performance and flexibility for integration with other enterprise applications. SISCO CIM Adapter for use with the OSIsoft ® PI System ®   Integrating Network Models Into PI AF ™   The Standards Based Integration Company   Apr 12    The need to Organize Tags PI AF Organizes Data The OSIsoft PI Server organizes data as an arrayof tags with history. Typically, users havedeveloped their own customized naming strategiesas a way of representing the relationship of one tagto another tag. The tag relationships and modelinformation can be conveyed to the user of theinformation that understands this naming strategy.Relying solely on encoded tag names makes theresulting displays and applications more highlycustomized to that naming strategy. This canincrease the complexity and cost of developingreusable generic displays and applications thatmake use of the information.To illustrate this, imagine that a tag for statusinformation associated with a breaker in an AIRPORT substation is given the PI Tag name of  AIRPORT_B1_001. Another breaker in the samesubstation may have a tag name of  AIRPORT_B2_003. Even though the tagsrepresent the status of breakers, the unique namescreate difficulties in developing reusable genericbreaker applications and displays.Through modularization, object definitions arecreated for each equipment type (e.g. Breakers).Particular instances of breakers become PI AFobjects with user assigned names (e.g. Breaker32)and an alias (e.g. Status) that can be referenced tothe appropriate PI Tag. Using the alias allowsapplications to be written generically (e.g. for allbreakers) without requiring prior knowledge of thespecific tags. The cross-referencing of the alias tothe PI Tag can be done algorithmically resulting in areusable generic displays and applications.PI-AF allows model and relationship definitionsto be defined. The SISCO CIM Adapter enhances the capabilities of your PI Systemthrough algorithmic and model centricpopulation and maintenance of the PI AF datamodel. The SISCO CIM Adapter allows for model relationships based upon class hierarchy(e.g. a breaker is a type of switch) and instancerelationships (e.g. a breaker contained within agiven substation) to be visualized andmaintained as part of the PI System.The benefit, to the user, is that programmingbased upon prior knowledge of tags isminimized. Generic algorithms for displayinginformation (e.g. Status) can be programmed inPI ProcessBook and PI WebParts instead of relying on hard coded tag names. This willsignificantly decrease application life-cyclecosts (e.g. development, deployment, andmaintenance) because it reduces the number of unique displays and applications that must besupported. PI Module   Name   Properties    Aliases   ParentOf    ChildOf    Get   Set   Alias Name   PI Tag Name   Status    AIRPORT_B1_001   Breaker32    Anatomy of a Model 2-Apr 12    How it Works SISCO’s CIM Adapter consists of: the adapter itself and an import tool. Thesoftware allows for modelcreation and maintenance inPI AF automatically enablingstandardized or customer defined models to be used.Model creation andmaintenance is performedthrough the import of eXtensible Markup Language(XML) Resource DescriptionFormat (RDF) files whoseformat has been standardizedwithin the InternationalElectrotechnical Committee(IEC). The two formats that have been standardized allow for schema/model definitions and objectinstance information to be conveyed using these file formats formally called CIM-XML. Automatic model synchronization and maintenance can be enabled through the use of SISCO’s Utility Integration Bus (UIB). Using the UIB with SISCO’s CIM Adapter  allows changes made in an externalmodel to be automatically delivered to PI AF and to other applications as well (e.g. network applications,GIS, EMS, and others). The model repository can contain model information relating to standardmodels (e.g. CIM, IEC, ISA, etc.), customer defined models or models residing in other applicationssuch as GIS, EMS, PSS/O DMS , and other network modeling applications and tools. The Result Users of PI AF, and other PI AFapplication tools, will have the abilityto view the relationship betweenmeasurements and equipment basedon the model. The SISCO CIM Adapter creates and maintains thevarious relationships specified by themodel definition. As a result, it isnow possible for a PI AF applicationto locate a transformer that iscontained within a substation withouthaving to know the PI Tag names inadvance. 3-Apr 12    Systems Integration Specialists Company, Inc. 6605 19½ Mile Rd, Sterling Hgts, MI 48314-1408 USATel: +1-586-254-0020 Fax: +1-586-254-0053Info@sisconet.com http://www.sisconet.comRepresented By:  About SISCO, Inc. is a private company founded in1983. Over the years SISCO has established itself as a leader in several technologies. Today our capabilities are used in a wide variety of industriesfrom automotive manufacturing to electrical andgas power transmission, distribution andgeneration systems. We work with both end users and OEMs serving those end users. SISCO’s ability to partner with other OEMs and integratorsallows us to deliver more capabilities at a lower cost resulting in better solutions for you. TodaySISCO has demonstrated leadership andcapabilities to provide solutions in the followingareas:  Model-driven integration using the CIM for smart grid integration using ESB, SOA, andweb service technologies.  Real-time communications and networking based upon open, public, and internationalstandards such as:  Inter-control Center Communications Protocol (ICCP) per IEC60870-6 TASE.2  IEC 61850 Power System Automation and Centralized Remedial Action Systems  Unified Analytic Platform providing high-speed analytic applications for:  Centralized Remedial Action Systems (C-RAS) for improved transmission lineprotection.  Real-time processing of PMU synchrophasor measurements for Wide AreaMeasurement Systems (WAMS) and improved situational awareness. NOTES: 1.) Specifications presented herein are thought to be accurate at time of publication but are subjectto change without notice. NO WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND ARE IMPLIED ON THE INFORMATIONCONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT. 2.) All company names, product names, tradenames, and trademarksare trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. 3.) Some digital Imagery ©copyright 2001 PhotoDisc, Inc. 4-Apr 12
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