Investigation and Development of IoT Based Solutions for Implementation the Cloud Technologies in the Energy Systems Control

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The paper considers the possibilities for implementation the Cloud technologies in the energy systems control and the expected benefits from this. The trends in the electric energy systems development and the challenges in front of the control are summarized. It is obvious that the introduction of information and communications technologies is unavoidable in order to achieve the main goals – effective, reliable, sustainable and safe operation of the energy system. A possible scenario is the development of a modern metering infrastructure based on smart sensor networks. Development and implementation of Internet of Things oriented solutions is expected to help the introduction of Cloud computing in the industrial and home energy management systems. Two models of IoT based solutions are explained. They consider the approaches for Internet connectivity of modern and legacy measurement and control equipment. Experimental results are given.

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