To foster industry understanding of electric utility requirements for monitoring, management, and control of the electrical distribution system, establish a standard list of DMS terms, develop standards that define the major application functions, and prepare guidelines to assist electric utilities in planning, procuring, implementing, commissioning, and sustaining a DMS.
Focus on applications for monitoring and controlling the electric distribution system, emphasizing the perspective of control room and field operators and their engineering support organizations.
VP, DMS & DA Systems
PO Box 70
Boise, ID 83707
DMS Product Marketing Mgr
For any change in the list, please contact the secretary (The DMSTF mailing list will be updated accordingly)
The above link gives access to public documents, Panel session or Working group presentations, utilities' roadmap and vision related to DMS
The working group regularly meets with the IEEE Distribution Subcommittee. See the schedule for the subcommittee's next meetings.
|Garden Grove, January 2015||January 2015|
|National Harbor, July 2014||July 2014|
|New Orleans, January 2014||January 2014|
|Vancouver, July 2013||July 2013|
|Memphis, January 2013||January 2013|
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