Smart Cities Internet of Things Use Case Analysis: Smart Power Grid

Smart Cities Internet of Things Use Case Analysis: Smart Power Grid

A smart grid is a network that overlays digital technology on traditional infrastructure or replaces traditional infrastructure, creating a bidirectional flow of electricity and data. Smart grid strategies, particularly grid as a service, will eventually be the only way utilities can get a handle on the microfragmentation of the grid as power sources become more granular and closer to their loads."Asia/Pacific energy providers are deploying smart grid capabilities, often driven by a desire to be more operationally efficient," says Monica Collier, senior research manager on telecommunications and internet of things, IDC Australia and New Zealand. "However, the growing trend is hyperlocal power generation. There is an opportunity for technology vendors to illustrate to energy providers how to connect the disparate pieces to enable grid-as-a-service connectivity and value," she adds.

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Executive Snapshot
New Market Developments and Dynamics
Background and Drivers
Power Generation Challenges
Consumer Demand Challenges
Sri Lanka
New Zealand
South Korea
Ecosystem Players
Benefits of Power Grid Management and Monitoring Solutions
For the Consumer
For the Utility Provider
For the Planet
Advice for the Technology Supplier
Scaling Resources
Developing Solutions for Specific Use Cases
Focusing on Emerging Technologies and Security Solutions
Integrating 5G and Artificial Intelligence
Data Desensitisation
Data as a Valuable Commodity
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