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DLMS/COSEM Protocol training - UK

Two-day training course providing you with the knowledge you need regarding recent developments in this field and the capabilities and benefits of DLMS/COSEM communication

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Matthew Freeman Matthew Freeman
Head of Section, Operational Excellence

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Training Information

  • Where:

    London (United Kingdom)

  • Venue:

    upon request

  • Language:

    English

Correct exchange of meter data is of major importance to the liberalised energy market. Remote energy meter interrogation is essential for the fast and reliable determination of balance or unbalance between forecasts and actual energy usage. The data collection protocol DLMS/COSEM is an internationally recognised standard that is ideal for this very purpose.

This two-day training course has been specially developed for telecommunications professionals. As well as offering up to date information on the protocol standard, hands-on experience of protocol performance analysis can be gained during the course. Attending this course will give you the knowledge you need regarding recent developments in this field and the capabilities and benefits of DLMS/COSEM communication.

This course will be scheduled several times in the UK. If you are interested in this course, please contact Matt Freeman. For more information on this course, please refer to the leaflet.

The course can also be tailored to deal with specific use cases relating to your own business requirement or future scenarios. Please contact us for more information.

Subjects:

  • Introduction 
  • Open communication protocols
  • Overview of DLMS/COSEM
  • Device modelling
  • COSEM classes and OBIS codes
  • DLMS services SN and LN
  • DLMS protocol layers
  • DLMS over HDLC and over IP
  • Encoding DLMS frames
  • Application/association request/response
  • Exercises with DLMS test tools
  • Conformance testing
  • Common problems
  • Evaluation and comparison to other protocols
  • Questions and discussion

Target Audience:

Developers, consultants and telecommunications engineers working for or with manufacturers and utilities