CIM was originally developed for standardizing electric utility information exchange. It was designed by electrical engineers, adopted by the IEC and supported by EPRI and multiple electric utility partners, vendors and organizations. The IEC, EPRI and partners continue to extend the model to cover asset health, station design, work, smart grid integration, IoT Integration, and network operating protocols. CIM is able to support all aspects of electrical operations (OMS/DMS), electric analysis / smart grid, distributed energy (DER), work orders, crew management, and assets. AGSI has implemented the CIM Core, Topology, Wires, & Assets object models in a relational database (Oracle Spatial). Its implementation represents a real-time network model of the CIM electric system data model and provides a centralized view and interaction with the network in real-time.