Common Information Model 2020, Amsterdam
The conference focused on the use of CIM for data and information exchange between systems and processes within the energy sector. IT architects and users discussed use cases, implementation experiences and guidelines as well as different implementations, challenges and development directions in CIM.
We’d like to thank all those who visited our stand for the interesting discussions about their application scenarios and use of DIgSILENT's PowerFactory CIM converter tools. We welcomed the opportunity to demonstrate our integration and automation projects with CIM, and the use of CIM extensions for GIS connectivity.