Previous Webinars

Our previous webinars are listed below. Click on the webinar for more detailed information and to view a replay.

Simplifying Secure Routable GOOSE & Sampled Values

Applications, Architecture, Configuration & Simulation

Smart Grid concepts have driven the need to migrate to microprocessor based controls and digital communications. There are several use cases that require interoperable communications within and between utilities as well as industrial complexes such as:
 - Transfer-Trip
 - Remedial Action Schemes (RAS)/System Integrity Protection Schemes(SIPS) 
      - Load Shed
      - Blackstart
      - Dynamic Grid Formation
      - Actionable Synchrophasor Exchange

All of the these use cases require point-to-multipoint secure communications. Some of the use cases can be extended to integrate between the utility enterprise and the industrial complex.

The routable version of the Generic Object Oriented Substation Event (R-GOOSE) and routable Sampled Values (R-SV) profiles satisfy the security and communication requirements of the utility industry. These profiles allow IP multicast address and advanced route path determination to prevent network flooding. The release of Amendment 1 to IEC 61850 Edition 2 has supplanted IEC TR 61850-90-5, providing enhancements and defect correction.
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Garibaldi Key Distribution and Access Control

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The lifetime of substation equipment is getting shorter. Substation equipment that was replaced every 40+ years in the past is now worn out or obsolete in 15 years.  As a result, the need to optimize the process of designing an electrical power system has become critical to continue to meet increased demand while minimizing costs & resources. In this 2 part series, you will learn how to optimize the process of designing an electrical power system by combining the IEC 61850 Engineering Process with the right tools, allowing you to implement a standard, non-vendor-specific method.
  • In Part 1  learn how to create IED Capability Description (.ICD) files and verify SCL Files against the standard, and how to create a system specification and implement a design for that system using vendor neutral tools.
  • In Part 2 learn the 2nd half of the IEC 61850 Engineering Process with a focus on Factory Acceptance Testing, Commissioning and Maintenance process.
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Video Icon for Tools in the IEC 61850 Engineering Process

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Remote testing & simulation can drastically reduce your need for travel, to be onsite, and increase productivity so you can maintain existing/ new project schedules as well as respond quickly to new situations. Remote workforces need tools that are user friendly, work with existing hardware & operating systems (i.e. Windows, laptops, servers), are low cost  & easy set up so they can quickly start using them. The goal of this webinar is to show you how SCADA testing can be done remotely that you would normally do onsite to maintain and commission a substation. You will learn about remote testing strategies & a tool called Distributed Test Manager(DTM) that can be used from a remote set up. It will cover the following protocols: DNP3, Modbus, IEC 60870-5, IEC 61850, and ICCP.
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Automatically test protocol and data type mapping in a gateway and document results with the Distributed Test Manager (DTM). This is accomplished by simulating changes in the downstream IEDs and verifying they are received upstream in the SCADA Master. The following benefits will be achieved:
- Saves Time
- Saves Money
- More Reliable
- Perform testing earlier by not waiting for the final system to be installed and configured
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DTM protocol mapping

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