Market Research Report
Smart Grid ICT - Benefits and Issues - Technologies, Standards, Markets
|Published by||PracTel, Inc.||Product code||511189|
|Published||Content info||158 Pages
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
|Smart Grid ICT - Benefits and Issues - Technologies, Standards, Markets|
|Published: June 7, 2017||Content info: 158 Pages||
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 the energy consumption.
This report presents the in-depth analysis of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), which found applications in the Smart Grid.
Both wireless and wireline communications technologies are considered. Designers of SG networks have multiple choices; and the report presents the comparison of various technologies with their benefits and issues.
Beside "traditional" technologies, such as 802.15.4g and 802.22, the report concentrates on new cellular technologies, such as LTE for low-powered and low- speed UEs.
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.
The report contains a survey of 802.22 patents (2016-2017).
This report is useful to a wide audience of technical, managerial and sale staff involved in the SG ICT development and implementation.