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California-based AutoGrid Systems has announced that its flagship software application, Demand Response Optimization and Management System (DROMS), and its embedded OpenDR Server 2.0 have been certified for full compliance with the OpenADR 2.0b profile specification.

AutoGrid's OpenDR Server 2.0 is available both as a standalone VTN server as well as integrated within DROMS, a turnkey, software-based demand response solution. The OpenADR2.0b-compliant DROMS application is immediately available worldwide, the company says. The cloud-based OpenDR Server 2.0 is also available for integration into other third-party applications through its Web-based APIs.

In addition, AutoGrid says DROMS can simultaneously support connections to devices supporting OpenADR 1.0, OpenADR 2.0a, OpenADR 2.0b, Smart Energy Profile 2.0 and a number of other proprietary and legacy protocols.




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