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Open Access Technology International Inc. (OATI) announces that OATI webDistribute and OATI webSmartView, two applications within the OATI webSmartEnergy suite, have completed an audit against the Process Control Domain - Security Requirements for Vendors (WIB Standards).

Established by the International Instrument Users Association, the WIB Standards set forth best practices for developing and deploying smart grid devices, applications, and supporting processes and procedures, OATI says.

According to the company, OATI webDistribute provides utilities with control and analytics over smart grid devices deployed in the field. OATI webSmartView is a consumer-facing application that provides the end-user with control and insight into their smart grid participation, such as participation in a utility-sponsored demand response program.




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