Entries Tagged as 'Smart Grid Maturity Model '

An Overview of the SEI Technologies Forum

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By Douglas C. Schmidt
Visiting Scientist

We use the SEI Blog to inform you about the latest work at the SEI, so this week I'm summarizing some video presentations recently posted to the SEI website from the SEI Technologies Forum. This virtual event held in late 2011 brought together participants from more than 50 countries to engage with SEI researchers on a sample of our latest work, including cloud computing, insider threat, Agile development, software architecture, security, measurement, process improvement, and acquisition dynamics. This post includes a description of all the video presentations from the first event, along with links where you can view the full presentations on the SEI website.

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The Latest Research from the SEI

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By Douglas C. Schmidt,
Chief Technology Officer

Douglas C. Schmidt

As part of an ongoing effort to keep you informed about our latest work, I'd like to let you know about some recently published SEI technical reports and notes. These reports highlight the latest work of SEI technologists in Agile methods, insider threat,the SMART Grid Maturity Model, acquisition, and CMMI.  This post includes a listing of each report, author/s, and links where the published reports can be accessed on the SEI website.

 

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Empowering the Smart Grid Transformation

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by David White,
Smart Grid Maturity Model Project Manager

David White A reliable, secure energy supply is vital to our economy, our security, and our well being.  A key component of achieving a reliable and secure energy supply is the “smart grid” initiative. This initiative is a modernization effort that employs distributed sensing and control technologies, advanced communication systems, and digital automation to enable the electric power grid to respond intelligently to fluctuations in energy supply and demand, the actions of consumers, and market forces with an overall objective to improve grid efficiency and reliability. A smart grid will also allow homeowners to track energy consumption and adjust their habits accordingly.  This posting describes several initiatives that the SEI has taken to support power utility companies in their modernization efforts to create a smart grid.

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