With the Smart Grid Architecture Model (SGAM), Siemens Infrastructure & Cities has developed a method whereby power supply companies and industry can display aspects of smart grid systems. The model can be used for the visualization, validation, and configuration of smart grid projects, and also for standardization within smart grids.
Siemens stands for open standards. We’re represented on all important committees and are playing a key role in pushing forward the standardization of the smart grid
said Christian Wurhofer, head of Technology & Innovation at the Smart Grid Division in the Siemens Infrastructure & Cities Sector. Initial experience and results have now been obtained from the practical application of the model in standardization, in pilot projects, and in industry. For Siemens, this marks a significant increase in its expertise in smart grid solutions.