IoT for smart grids : design challenges and paradigms /

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Imprint:Switzerland AG : Springer Nature : Springer, [2019]
Description:1 online resource : color illustrations
Series:Power systems
Power systems.
Subject:Smart power grids.
Power networks, systems, stations & plants.
Information retrieval.
Automatic control engineering.
Cybernetics & systems theory.
Energy technology & engineering.
Smart power grids.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
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Varying Form of Title:IoT for smart grids design challenges and paradigms
Internet of things for smart grids
Other authors / contributors:Siozios, Kostas, editor.
Notes:Includes bibliographical references.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed November 30, 2018).
Summary:This book explains the fundamentals of control theory for Internet of Things (IoT) systems and smart grids and its applications. It discusses the challenges imposed by large-scale systems, and describes the current and future trends and challenges in decision-making for IoT in detail, showing the ongoing industrial and academic research in the field of smart grid domain applications. It presents step-by-step design guidelines for the modeling, design, customisation and calibration of IoT systems applied to smart grids, in which the challenges increase with each system's increasing complexity. It also provides solutions and detailed examples to demonstrate how to use the techniques to overcome these challenges, as well as other problems related to decision-making for successful implementation. Further, it anaylses the features of decision-making, such as low-complexity and fault-tolerance, and uses open-source and publicly available software tools to show readers how they can design, implement and customise their own system control instantiations. This book is a valuable resource for power engineers and researchers, as it addresses the analysis and design of flexible decision-making mechanisms for smart grids. It is also of interest to students on courses related to control of large-scale systems, since it covers the use of state-of-the-art technology with examples and solutions in every chapter. And last but not least, it offers practical advice for professionals working with smart grids.
Other form:Print version: IoT for smart grids. Switzerland AG : Springer Nature : Springer, [2019] 3030031691 9783030031695