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IEC 61970 works in the transmission domain, while IEC 61968 works in the distribution domain. CIM standards are integral to the deployment of a smart grid scenario, in which many devices connect to a single network. OpenADR : OpenADR is a research and standards devel- opment effort that is defined as a fully automated demand response using open standard, platform-independent, and transparent end-to-end technologies or software systems. OpenADR was originally developed at Lawrence Berkeley Labs, a U.S. government research laboratory. The adop- tion of OpenADR to the smart grid is very important to provide effective deployment of dynamic pricing, demand response, and grid reliability. G. Inter-Control and Interoperability Center Communications IEEE P2030 : IEEE P2030 is a guide for smart grid interop- erability of energy technology and information technology
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GÜNGÖR et al. : SMART GRID TECHNOLOGIES: COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES AND STANDARDS 537 operation with the electric power system (EPS), and cus- tomer-side applications. Basically, IEEE P2030 can be un- derstood as a single document for the interoperability of smart grid. IEEE P2030 is responsible for seamless data transfer in a two-way communications manner for electric generation, reliable power delivery, and customer-side ap- plications. The IEEE Standards Board, as sponsored by the IEEE Standards Coordinating Committee, confirmed the development of the IEEE P2030 smart grid interoperability standard. Understanding and defining smart grid interoper- ability of the power system with customer applications was the initial goal of IEEE P2030. Integration of energy tech- nology and ICT, seamless communication between electric generation, delivery, and end-use benefits and increasing knowledge about grid architecture to provide reliable, flex- ible and secure electric delivery are some of the benefits of IEEE P2030. ANSI C12.22 : ANSI C12.22 is defining a protocol for transporting ANSI C12.19 table data over networks to achieve the interoperability among communications modules and smart meters by using AES encryption for enabling strong, secure communications, including confi- dentiality and data integrity. ISA100.11a : ISA100.11a is an open standard for wireless systems for industrial automation developed by the Inter- national Society of Automation (ISA). The ISA100.11a fo- cuses on robustness, security and network management re- quirements of wireless infrastructure and low-power con- suming devices that provides large-scale installations. The ISA100.11a standard is simple to use and deploy and pro- vides multivendor device interoperability. ITU-T G.9955 and G.9956 : The two G.hnem stan- dards ITU-T G.9955 and G.9956 contain the physical layer specification and the data link layer specifica- tion, respectively, for narrowband OFDM powerline communications transceivers for communications via alternating current and direct current electric powerlines over frequencies below 500 kHz. These ITU-T standards support indoor and outdoor communications over low voltage lines, medium voltage lines, through transformer
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