@incollectionMar2019, Author = {Marion Gottschalk, Gerald Franzl, Matthias Frohner, Richard Pasteka, Mathias Uslar},Title = {From Integration Profiles to Interoperability Testing for Smart Energy Systems at Connectathon Energy},Year = {2018},Pages = {26},Month = {12},Publisher = {MDPI},Edition = {Thomas Strasser, Sebastian Rohjans, Graeme Burt},Booktitle = { Methods and Concepts for Designing and Validating Smart Grid Systems},Doi = {10.3390/en11123375},type = {incollection},Abstract = {The project Integrating the Energy System (IES) Austria recognises interoperability as key enabler for the deployment of smart energy systems. Interoperability is covered in the Strategic EnergyTechnology Plan (SET-Plan) activity A4-IA0-5 and provides an added value because it enables new business options for most stakeholders. The communication of smart energy components and systems shall be interoperable to enable smooth data exchange, and thereby, the on demand integration of heterogeneous systems, components and services. The approach developed and proposed by IES, adopts the holistic methodology from the consortium Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE), established by information technology (IT) vendors in the health sector and standardised in the draft technical report ISO DTR 28380-1, to foster interoperable smart energy systems. The paper outlines the adopted IES workflow in detail and reports on lesson learnt when trial Integration Profiles based on IEC 61850 were tested at the first Connectathon Energy instalment, organised in conjunction with the IHE Connectathon Europe 2018. The IES methodology is found perfectly applicable forsmart energy systems and successfully enables peer-to-peer interoperability testing among vendors. The public specification of required Integration Profiles, to be tested at subsequent Connectathon Energy events, is encouraged.} @COMMENTBibtex file generated on