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Role of ICT Technologies, Standards, Markets in Smart Grid Development with a Detailed Survey of Organizations that are Involved in SG ICT Development and Standardization

·6-min read

Dublin, Dec. 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "ICT Role in Smart Grid Development: Technologies, Standards, Markets" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report presents the in-depth analysis of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) for the Smart Grid.

The concept behind smart energy and Smart Grid (SG) is controlling energy consumption internally, within the home, office and similar; and externally from the home to outside connected devices, networks, and the smart grid itself - all with the goal of optimizing energy production, distribution, and usage. Bi-directional communication between home networks and the power grid opens up possibilities for improved reliability and sustainability as well as reducing energy consumption.

Both wireless and wireline communications technologies are considered. Designers of SG networks have multiple choices; the report presents the comparison of various technologies with their benefits and issues.

In addition to "traditional" technologies, such as 802.15.4g and 802.22, the report concentrates on newer cellular technologies, such as LTE for low-powered and low-speed UEs. It also analyzes a group of IoT technologies that support SG connectivity (such as SigFox, LoRa, Weightless and RPMA).

The detailed survey of organizations that are involved in SG ICT development and standardization is also presented together with the survey of the industry. Marketing statistics also have been developed and included in the report.

This report is useful to a wide audience of technical, managerial and sales staff involved in the SG ICT development and implementation.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Introduction
1.1 General
1.1.1 Smart Grid Definition
1.2 Issues
1.3 Vision: SG ICT
1.3.1 Neural Grid
1.4 U.S.
1.4.1 Objectives
1.4.2 Statistics
1.4.3 Conceptual Model
1.4.4 Plans
1.5 England
1.6 Italy
1.7 China
1.8 Scope
1.9 Research Methodology
1.10 Target Audience

2. General: SG ICT Industry Activities
2.1 Main Organizations - Functionalities
2.2 Structure
2.2.1 SG Layers
2.2.2 ETSI Subnetworks Architecture
2.3 Requirements: SG Networking
2.3.1 View: SG ICT Layers
2.4 Industry and User Groups Projects
2.4.1 ETSI
2.4.2 IEC
2.4.3 IEEE
2.4.4 Global Intelligent Utility Network Coalition
2.4.5 Smart Networks Council (SNC)
2.4.6 U-SNAP Alliance
2.4.6.1 Specification and HAN
2.4.6.2 Merge
2.4.6.3 Further Development
2.4.7 ESMIG
2.4.8 Demand Response and Smart Grid Coalition (DRSG)
2.4.9 EPRI (Electrical Power Research Institute)
2.4.10 ZigBee and Wi-Fi Alliances
2.4.11 NIST
2.4.12 OpenHAN
2.4.13 Federal Smart Grid Task Force
2.4.14 Open Smart Grid Users Group (OSGUG)
2.4.15 ITU
2.4.16 OpenADR
2.4.17 Comments

3. SG ICT and Smart Meters
3.1 Function and Structure: SG ICT
3.2 Current Status
3.3 Current Objectives
3.4 Choices
3.5 Smart Meters
3.5.1 Objectives
3.5.2 Details
3.5.3 Functions
3.5.4 Components
3.5.4.1 Communications
3.6 Security
3.7 Market
3.7.1 Market Drivers
3.7.2 Market Projections: Smart Meters
3.8 Industry

  • Aclara (Software and Systems, BPL)

  • Aeris (Wireless Network Provider)

  • Connected Energy (Software Platform)

  • Carlson Wireless (Radio Platforms)

  • Cisco (IP-based Infrastructure)

  • Eaton (Cooper Power Systems)

  • GridPoint (Network Platform)

  • Honeywell (Connectivity, SM)

  • Itron (Intelligent Metering)

  • Nokia (Infrastructure)

  • Oracle (Software)

  • Landis+Gyr (Metering Devices)

  • Sensus (Data Collection and Metering)

  • Siemens (Software, Hardware)

  • Spinwave (Building Control, HAN)

  • Tantalus (Networking and Devices)

  • TransData (Wireless AMI/AMR Meter)

  • TI

  • Trilliant (Intelligent Metering)

  • Uplight

4. Major Standards and Technologies: SG ICT
4.1 IEEE
4.1.1 IEEE 2030
4.1.2 IEEE 1901-2020
4.1.3 802.15.4g-Smart Utility Networks
4.1.4 IEEE 802.22
4.2 3GPP LTE and SG
4.2.1 3GPP
4.2.2 LTE Objectives
4.2.3 Key Features of LTE
4.2.3.1 LTE Advanced
4.2.4 Benefits
4.2.5 Market
4.2.5.1 Drivers
4.2.5.2 LTE Market Projections
4.2.6 Industry
4.2.6.1 Trends
4.2.6.2 Vendors

  • Cisco

  • CommAgility

  • Ericsson

  • Fujitsu

  • Huawei

  • Motorola Solutions

  • Nokia

  • Qualcomm

  • Sequans

  • TI

  • u-blox

  • ZTE

4.2.7 LTE and Smart Grid
4.2.7.1 General
4.2.7.2 Examples
4.2.7.3 Details
4.3 Wired ICT - SG
4.3.1 IEEE 1901.2
4.3.2 Choices - ITU
4.3.2.1 G3 PLC
4.3.2.1.1 Maxim-G3 PLC
4.3.2.1.2 G3 PLC Alliance
4.3.2.1.3 Approval
4.3.2.1.4 Details
4.3.2.2 PRIME
4.3.2.2.1 PRIME Alliance
4.3.2.2.2 Benefits
4.3.2.2.3 Specification
4.3.2.2.4 PRIME Industry

5. IoT Technologies and SG
5.1 Weightless Technologies
5.1.1 Weightless Alliance
5.1.2 Common Features
5.1.2.1 Protocol Details
5.1.3 Weightless-W
5.1.3.1 White Spaces Communications - Principles
5.1.3.2 Definition
5.1.3.3 Rational
5.1.3.3.1 Ecosystem and Use Cases
5.1.3.3.2 Weightless-W Details
5.1.4 Changes
5.1.5 Weightless-N
5.1.5.1 General
5.1.5.2 Open Standard
5.1.5.3 Nwave
5.1.5.3.1 NWave - Current Position
5.1.6 Weightless-P
5.1.6.1 General
5.1.6.2 Details
5.1.7 Comparison of Weightless Technologies
5.1.8 Example
5.2 RPMA
5.2.1 Major Features
5.2.2 Expansion
5.2.3 Components and Structure
5.2.4 Use Cases
5.3 LoRa
5.3.1 Alliance
5.3.1.1 Open Protocol
5.3.2 Technology Building Blocks
5.3.2.1 Layered Structure - Illustration
5.3.2.2 Modulation
5.3.2.3 Long Range
5.3.2.4 Applications
5.3.2.5 Network Architecture
5.3.2.6 Classes
5.3.2.7 LoRaWAN
5.3.2.8 Major Characteristics
5.3.3 Industry

  • Actility

  • Advantech

  • Cisco

  • Embit

  • LORIOT.io

  • Microchip Technology

  • MultiTech

  • Murata

  • Sagemcom

  • Semtech

  • STMicroelectronics

  • Tektelic

5.4 SigFox
5.4.1 Company
5.4.2 Technology - Details
5.4.2.1 Uplink
5.4.2.2 Downlink
5.4.2.3 SmartLNB
5.4.3 Coverage
5.4.4 Use Cases
5.4.5 Industry

  • Adeunis RF

  • Innocomm

  • Microchip

  • On Semiconductor

  • Telit

  • TI

6. Conclusions

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/9nsdbe

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