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The Smart Grid: From Concept to Reality

The Smart Grid: From Concept to Reality, 01/06/2011

In this tutorial, we will provide an overview of the Smart Grid. We begin by explaining what is the smart grid and what are the basic concepts behind it. We will discuss its components and develop an understanding of the elements that you need to think about to get a fuller picture of the smart grid. We will also examine ...


PRIVACY AND SECURITY LEGAL ISSUES

Internet of Things and Data Analytics Handbook, None

Developers of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and users of data analytics (DA) services need to balance their goal of collecting as much information as is available against the effect that bulk collection might have on the privacy and security of their customers. The legal issues and concerns surrounding the development of loT and DA and the fast growing sales ...


Advanced applications of AMR data to generate functions for enhancing SMART GRID operation

2016 Conference on Precision Electromagnetic Measurements (CPEM 2016), 2016

Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) coupled with Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) are enabling technologies to allow their advanced applications to generate functions for enhancing SMART GRID operation. The application of these technologies and their traceability issues, including their corresponding functions, for enhancing SMART GRID operation will be presented at the conference.


Infrastructure for real-time communication in smart grid

2014 Saudi Arabia Smart Grid Conference (SASG), 2014

The existing electricity grid is subjected to numerous challenges that are expected to be overcome by Smart Grid. It is expected to provide utility companies with better visibility and pervasive control over their assets and services. There is no full-proof technology that can provide real-time communication in Smart Grid. This paper explores the possible infrastructure for real-time communication in Smart ...


Design of an authentication and key management system for a smart meter gateway in AMI

2017 IEEE 6th Global Conference on Consumer Electronics (GCCE), 2017

By applying power usage statistics from smart meters, users are able to save energy in their homes or control smart appliances via home automation systems. However, owing to security and privacy concerns, it is recommended that smart meters (SM) should not have direct communication with smart appliances. In this paper, we propose a design for a smart meter gateway (SMGW) ...


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  • The Smart Grid: From Concept to Reality

    In this tutorial, we will provide an overview of the Smart Grid. We begin by explaining what is the smart grid and what are the basic concepts behind it. We will discuss its components and develop an understanding of the elements that you need to think about to get a fuller picture of the smart grid. We will also examine how the smart grid can be realized, and will provide some examples of smart grids as they are deployed.

  • PRIVACY AND SECURITY LEGAL ISSUES

    Developers of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and users of data analytics (DA) services need to balance their goal of collecting as much information as is available against the effect that bulk collection might have on the privacy and security of their customers. The legal issues and concerns surrounding the development of loT and DA and the fast growing sales of IoT devices and DA services have also attracted the attention of regulators and standard setting organizations throughout the world. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has recommended that companies examine their business needs and data practices and develop policies that impose reasonable limits on the collection of data. The 1995 European Union (EU) directive on the protection of personal data and the EU general data protection regulation (GDPR), which will replace the 1995 EU directive on the protection of personal data also contain principles similar to fair information practice principles (FlPPs).

  • Advanced applications of AMR data to generate functions for enhancing SMART GRID operation

    Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) coupled with Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) are enabling technologies to allow their advanced applications to generate functions for enhancing SMART GRID operation. The application of these technologies and their traceability issues, including their corresponding functions, for enhancing SMART GRID operation will be presented at the conference.

  • Infrastructure for real-time communication in smart grid

    The existing electricity grid is subjected to numerous challenges that are expected to be overcome by Smart Grid. It is expected to provide utility companies with better visibility and pervasive control over their assets and services. There is no full-proof technology that can provide real-time communication in Smart Grid. This paper explores the possible infrastructure for real-time communication in Smart Grid with modern techniques. Reliable communication can be maintained with better Quality of services. The paper also proposes the innovative algorithm to decongest the network for optimum bandwidth utilization. It is possible to have real-time communication of Big data in Smart Grid through right messages priority and better bandwidth utilization technique of Cognitive Radio.

  • Design of an authentication and key management system for a smart meter gateway in AMI

    By applying power usage statistics from smart meters, users are able to save energy in their homes or control smart appliances via home automation systems. However, owing to security and privacy concerns, it is recommended that smart meters (SM) should not have direct communication with smart appliances. In this paper, we propose a design for a smart meter gateway (SMGW) associated with a two-phase authentication mechanism and key management scheme to link a smart grid with smart appliances. With placement of the SMGW, we can reduce the design complexity of SMs as well as enhance the strength of security.

  • Design and Implementation of IoT Based Smart Energy Meter

    Modern day smart grid technology relies heavily on communication networks for two-way communication between load, generation, transmission, and control centre. As a part of the smart grid, smart meters use advanced metering infrastructures (AMI) that are widely distributed and interconnected to the communication network. Such integrated infrastructure has made the power network easy to diagnose and control. But unfortunately, this has made power system networks vulnerable to various forms cyber-attacks that have caused major concerns to power researchers in recent times. As a first step towards such cyber-attack related researches and searching for possible mitigation techniques, it is necessary that a smart meter be developed that has the feature of network integration. The present contribution reports the design, fabrication, and operation of an Internet of Things (IoT) based smart meter using Arduino to serve as an integral part of a smart grid system.

  • Packet transfer of DLMS/COSEM standards for smart grid

    In this paper, we review packet transfer from DCU to meter by using DLMS/COSEM protocol. We descript the kind of book of DLMS/COSEM and explain the combination of DLMS/COSEM such as COSEM application process, COSEM application layer and connection manager. We show some example of packet transfer from application layer of DLMS/COSEM to data link layer and summary the size of packet of each command and response of DLSM/COSEM. Additionally, we will descript the ZigBee basic knowledge that used to physical layer of DLMS/COSEM protocol.

  • Application of C5.0 algorithm in failure prediction of smart meters

    Aiming at the Smart meters failure prediction problem and based on historical failure data of smart meters in a region of Xinjiang, a smart meter fault identification model is proposed based on C5.0 algorithm: first, after data preprocessing of smart meters history failure database is divided into two parts, training set and testing set; secondly, using C5.0 algorithm for data mining of training set, spanning the smart meters failure decision tree and preliminary prediction rules; additionally, the correctness of the preliminary prediction rules is evaluated by the data of the test set, and if the accuracy meets the requirement, the prediction rules are determined and if not, then return to the training set again; finally, smart meters failure prediction model generated by the definitive prediction rules. The results of examples showed that accuracy of failure prediction model for the smart meters is higher, achieving good prediction effect, and this method can provide some reference for further research on failure prediction of smart meters.

  • Converging optical access with energy management networks to provide bidirectional services

    We propose a converged access network for servicing various applications in smart buildings and cities. The network convergence aims to share equipment and energy by transmitting bidirectional smart grid data over the fault monitoring channel in the passive optical network systems. The proposed scheme can successfully transfer 100 Mb/s smart meter data over the fault-monitoring channel. It can provide both energy-efficient real-time and non-real-time smart services and enhance channel fault monitoring simultaneously. Energy savings of up to 80% can be achieved for each ONU. The scheme successfully supported > 105 devices for smart meters data for each ONU.

  • Towards the use of Unbundle Smart Meter for advanced inverters integration

    The Smart Grid (SG) implementation requires a constant monitoring and control of the power network. An Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) allows the Distribution System Operator (DSO) to know what is happening on the power network. However, existing smart meters are not prepared for an emerging energy market nor to be integrated with LV/MV dispatch centres. The Unbundle Smart Meter (USM) concept allows the integration of existing smart meters in the SG, decreasing deployment costs. This paper presents the USM approach for power inverters management. The USM acts as a residential gateway, enabling the control of energy home devices using an IP-based secure communication network. The USM hosts the necessary services and drivers to provide the end- user with the capability to answer Demand Response (DR) requests from the DSO.



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