The Open Smart Grid Platform will be present at the LF energy summit 2019 in Paris next week. An event where utilities show how open source software can speed up their digital transition. Jonas van den Bogaard will pitch the Open Smart Grid Platform and Arjan Stam will dive into why Alliander decided to join LF energy.
Also, the Open Smart Grid Platform has a demo table at the project BIZAAR to discuss the project in more detail with whom is interested. The LF energy event provides a great opportunity to get in contact with other open source projects related to the Energy domain. The event will be specially relevant for TSOs, DSOs and related vendors.
Feel free to join the Event! You can register here and found out more:
To answer common questions like: Why open source at an utility company? Why the Open Smart Grid Platform?Alliander and Smart Society Services decided to make a webinar about these topics. The webinar will cover the following topics:
- Motivation for the Alliander open source approach and strategy
- Introduction to the open source concept
- Motivations for building the Open Smart Grid Platform
- Introduction of the Open Smart Grid Platform
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any question or suggestions! Enjoy!
Based on open source community feedback and our own findings, Smart society services decided to invest in a better user experience to try the Open Smart Grid Platform. An easy procedure allows you to setup an virtual machine to play around with the open smart grid platform. The easy installation script uses Vagrant technology. A how-to guide can be found in the documentation.
More improvements are made in the documentation. Especially for architects and developers who are evaluating the use of the open smart grid platform. The documentation now addresses more on redundancy, security and the several Open Smart Grid Platform domains and protocols.
Public issue tracker
To meet the current development needs, the development team decided to move away form Github issues to a public Jira board. This allows outsiders to see the current development issues and makes is more easy to contribute to the open source development. You can find out more on all the topics above in the updated documentation.
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions related to the open smart grid platform. Open an issue on Github or send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org (Github issue is preferred for faster response).