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Wireless M-Bus / OMS-Training

Description

Open Metering System Group (OMS-Group) is an association of 54 companies from 12 European countries and China. Until today, the OMS Standard has grown to the Standard for Smart Metering in Europe. The specification being worked out by the OMS-Group is the base of rework of the European standard EN13757. It is therefore part of the Smart Metering Mandate M/441 of the European Union. It is also mandatory for the communication of meter devices inside an LMN according to the Technical Rule TR 03109 of the protection profile Smart Metering by the “Bundesamt für Sicherheit und Informationstechnik” (BSI).

Therefore it is important to stay tuned, monitor developments and collect detailed Know-How. Already for years, the experts of STACKFORCE GmbH are actively participating in the OMS Group in different working groups. Furthermore, STACKFORCE has been developing an OMS compatible protocol stack, which has been licensed by practically all leading semiconductor manufacturers and therefore serves as a golden standard.

Learn in a two-day course directly by the developers and system architects!

Target audience:

Product manager, project manager and developers.

Preconditions:

Basics of wireless data transmission

Date and duration:

7.-8. March 2017, 2 days

Location:

STACKFORCE GmbH at Heitersheim (Südbaden)

Services included:

Training documents, coffee breaks, 2x lunch, 1x dinner

"The OMS specification has recently developed to be the standard in smart metering in Europe and beyond. Many projects are currently under development or in preparation. Only few of the reasons to take a look into details of the specification and an efficient realization. The engineers of STACKFORCE GmbH under the leadership of Prof. Sikora are involved in the OMS working groups and are specialists in the field of OMS."

Dr. Werner Domschke
Spokesman of the board and secretary of the OMS-Group

 

Program

Day 1

Time

Topic

Speaker

10:00

Introduction in architectures of Smart Metering and M2M communication

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Axel Sikora

11:00

Introduction in architecture of OMS Standard and EN 13757

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Axel Sikora

12:00

Introduction in Wireless M-Bus: EN 13757-4

David Rahusen

13:00

Lunch

 

14:30

Application layer protocols: EN 13757-3, DSMR v2/4, OMS v3/4

Naksit Anantalapochai

16:30

Introduction in operative Usage of OMS

Alexander Rohleder

17:30

End of first training day

 

18:30

Dinner together

 

Tag 2

Time

Topic

Speaker

09:00

Security at OMS

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Axel Sikora

11:00

Introduction to test of OMS

Daniel Jäckle

12:30

Lunch

 

14:00

Tools for commissioning and monitoring of OMS devices

David Rahusen

15:00

Hands-On Training

Alexander Rohleder

16:15

Wrap-Up

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Axel Sikora / David Rahusen

16:30

End of second training day

 

Information

Contents

  • Introduction architectures of Smart Metering
  • Introduction Wireless M-Bus (EN 13757-4)
  • Introduction Application Layer Protocols (EN 13757-3, OMS, …)
  • Introduction operative Usage of OMS
  • Security at OMS
  • Test and conformance
  • Commissioning and monitoring
  • Hands-On Training

Registration

Registration is done via Email to info@stackforce.de. On reception of the confirmation the registration is obliging. The participation fee has to be paid on reception of the invoice, latest three days before the actual start of the event.

Services included

  • All cost for the training
  • Training documents
  • Coffee breaks
  • 2x lunch
  • 1x dinner together

Traveling and accommodation expenses must be paid by the participants themselves.

Location

Premises of STACKFORCE GmbH at Heitersheim (between Freiburg and Basel), close to the exit Hartheim/Heitersheim of highway A5 and the train station Heitersheim at the rail track between Freiburg and Basel.
Also well reachable via the Airport Basel/Mulhouse/Freiburg.

Adress: STACKFORCE GmbH, Poststraße 35, 79423 Heitersheim, Germany

For overnight accommodation there is a contingent at a local hotel available.

Miscellaneous

In case number of participants is less than four participants, STACKFORCE reserves the right to exchange speaker, postpone or cancel the training. In case of postponing the training it is possible to withdraw the obliging registration. In case of withdrawal, an already paid fee will be refunded.

Speakers

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Ing. Dipl. Wirt.-Ing. Axel Sikora

Dr.-Ing. Axel Sikora holds a diploma of Electrical Engineering (Dipl.-Ing., equivalent to M.Sc.) and a diploma of Business Administration (Dipl. Wirt.-Ing., equivalent to MBA), both from Aachen Technical University. He has done a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at the Fraunhofer Institute of Microelectronics Circuits and Systems, Duisburg, with a thesis on SOI-technologies.

After various positions in the telecommunications and semiconductor industry, he became a professor at the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Loerrach in 1999. In 2011, he joined Offenburg University of Applied Sciences, where he holds the professorship of Embedded Systems and Communication Electronics.

He was founder and head of Steinbeis Transfer Center Embedded Design and Networking which has migrated to STACKFORCE GmbH in 2014 and where he is now shareholder.

Dr. Sikora is author, co-author, editor and co-editor of several textbooks and numerous papers in the field of embedded design and wireless and wired networking. Amongst many other duties, he serves as one of the four members of the Steering Board of Embedded World Conference, the world’s largest conference on the topic.

David Rahusen

David Rahusen holds a Dipl.-Ing. (BA) in Electronical Engineering of the BadenWuerttemberg Cooperative State University Baden-Wuerttemberg. After having worked as development engineer and project manager in Steinbeis Transfer Center Embedded Design and Networking and being involved in several embedded and connectivity projects, he was Manager R&D Communication Products and responsible for the development of new communication products at Conductix Wampfler. He rejoined the Steinbeis Transfer Center Embedded Design and Networking in 2013 as deputy head and is now Managing Director of STACKFORCE GmbH.

Martin Dold

Martin Dold finished his studies of Information Technology at the Cooperative State University Baden-Wuerttemberg in 2011 and received his Bachelor degree. After he was working as an engineer at the laboratories for Embedded Systems and Communication at the University Offenburg, he joined the Steinbeis Transfer Center for Embedded Design and Networking as a development engineer to work on further development of the Wireless M-Bus Stack as well as take over the technical leadership of a huge customer project. In parallel to his work for STACKFORCE he is currently attending a master program at the University Freiburg. Furthermore he is representing STACKFORCE at the “Taskforce Security” at OMS Group.

Lars Möllendorf

Lars Möllendorf successfully graduated in 2009 at the Cooperative State University Baden-Wuerttemberg for Information Technology and holds a Bachelor. Since then he was working as a development engineer in various projects at the Steinbeis Transfer Center for Embedded Design and Networking. He is representing STACKFORCE at the OMS working group AG3 “testing standard”.

Naksit Anantalapochai

NNaksit Anantalapochai graduated in 2011 at the faculty for engineering at the Chiang Mai University Thailand and received his Bachelor in Computer Engineering. Afterwards he finished his Master studies in Communication and Media Engineering at the University Offenburg. Since 2013 he is working for the Steinbeis Transfer Center for Embedded Design and Networking, especially in the field of application layer for Wireless M-Bus. Since 2014 he continues this work for STACKFORCE.

Alexander Rohleder

Alexander Rohleder finished his studies of Information Technology at the Cooperative University Baden-Wuerttemberg in 2010 and received his Bachelor degree. Since then he is working at the Steinbeis Transfer Center for Embedded Design and Networking and is core developer and maintainer of the Wireless MBus Stack. Since 2014 continues those activities for STACKFORCE. He is actively participating at the OMS working group AG1 “Primary communication” as a representative of STACKFORCE.