Open Source Tools for Smart Grid Applications

Posted:
05 Aug 2013
Sponsored by:
Power System Analysis Computing and Economics Committee
Chair:
L. Vanfretti, F. Milano, D. Laverty
Page/Slide Count:
Slides: 11
The transition of the current power transmission and distribution infrastructure into a 'Smart Grid' can benefit from the Free and Open Source (FOSS) model for development and distribution of different software tools and applications. This panel brings together different facets of the FOSS that can aid in the development of Smart Grid applications. This includes Python-based and HPC software for analytics, software and hardware platforms for measuring and managing PMU, open implementation of key analytic functions (i.e. topology processors for state estimation), and software tools that allow enhancing engineering practice.
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