The applicant must be a member of DLMS UA at any level. The applicant must become a member of the maintenance working group and where applicable, other working groups which produce the Generic Companion Profiles (GCP).
The Widget will ask for basic contact details to initiate the application process. If the application is accepted, then the applicant will receive an email with a link to mydlms where the applicant can upload a presentation of their experience and background.
The presentation should give a broad overview of the applicant’s skills. Such as, where they have used DLMS, the working groups they may have attended, their role within an organisation or as a consultant and the number of years they have been active in technical roles and the time using DLMS standards. DLMS UA will then use this presentation to test the eligibility of the application. If successful, the applicant then receives a check list document for further information to be provide within myDLMS.
There will be 5 areas of information that DLMS UA require. These are General information about the applicant, the applicant’s involvement with DLMS Working groups/boards, the areas of technical activity, the DLMS/COSEM application fields and the geographical regions where the applicant has been using their knowledge (test site). When this is information is uploaded the applicant will receive the invoice of euros xxxx for the application processing.
As soon as payment is received as part of step 4 the applicant is issued a questionnaire which will ask for more detail about the applicant’s knowledge of DLMS/COSEM. This will form part of an interview process with the applicant to understand the level of detail that the applicant possess. If this stage is successful, the applicant will be issued a verdict on the level of expertise and an agreement for signature.
Return the signed agreement to DLMS UA and become an official DLMS practitioner. Your accreditation will be added to the public pages of the DLMS Website.