Smart Grid Ontology Building Blocks: Aligning Business and IT/OT Architectural Elements

March 24, 2020
11:00 a.m. PT/ 2:00 p.m. ET
60 Minutes
Smart Grid Ontology Building Blocks: Aligning Business and IT/OT Architectural Elements

As electric grids become more complex, what role can a Smart Grid Ontology play in helping grid operators, utilities, vendors, and service providers understand and describe grid devices, functionality, and the relationships between them?
A standardized set of terms that aligns and relates business and IT/OT architectural elements — is necessary for seamless technology integration and utility operations. Leveraging a real-world example using neutral concepts, smart grid ontology experts can help your team to disambiguate the different labeling and definitions of the industry standards. Ultimately, these techniques can turn them into a usable taxonomy with which to build usable models.

Join SEPA’s Electric Grid Ontology Task Force to hear expert recommendations on reducing the time and effort for each project by applying aligned architectural elements via use of grid taxonomies and ontologies to avoid costly missteps from one integration to the next.

Attendees will interact with experts directly via a Q&A session. The Task Force invites webinar participants to join in and determine what business scenarios (member provided or otherwise known) to apply the Smart Grid Ontology Build Block techniques to craft taxonomies and ontologies that can be leveraged by A.I. and/or analytics.

Audience will learn:

  • What the SEPA Smart Grid Ontology is and why it’s important
  • How to use the SEPA Smart Grid Ontology, a standardized language model to improve quality of data analytics, Artificial Intelligence, and machine learning
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