Requirements Engineering In Control Center Procurement Projects Practical Experiences from the Power Industry
Requirements Engineering, IEEE International Conference on (1998)
Colorado Springs, CO
Apr. 6, 1998 to Apr. 10, 1998
Patrik Forsgren , Royal Institute of Technology, KTH
Arnis Daugulis , Royal Institute of Technology, KTH
Abstract: This paper deals with requirements engineering (RE) in control center procurement projects in the power industry. Post-analysis of a large number of such projects has been made during the past four years. Based on these experiences, combined with general purpose RE concepts, a method for elicitation, expression, and test of system requirements on these kinds of systems has been worked out. The method has recently been used in two full-scale procurements: a project in which the Swedish power grid company is procuring a new national control center for the Swedish transmission network, and a project in which the Latvian state power board, Latvenergo, is procuring one national control center and two regional control centers for its power system. In this paper, an introduction to the above mentioned RE method is given. Further on, the focus is on the practical experiences from the two full-scale projects in which the method has been used.
Requirements Engineering (RE), Requirements Specification (RS), Industrial Control Systems, Industrial Control and Information Systems, Control Center, SCADA/EMS, BMS, Procurement, Request For Proposal (RFP), Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS).
P. Forsgren and A. Daugulis, "Requirements Engineering In Control Center Procurement Projects Practical Experiences from the Power Industry," Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering: RE '98(ICRE), Colorado Springs, CO, USA, 1998, pp. 0224.