This is the first course of the main general program: “The Smart Power Grids of Tomorrow with the Deployment of IoT and Smart Metering”. The course is structured to begin with an overview of IoT and Digital Transformation issues that are essential for comprehending applications for smart grids.
Smart metering is frequently viewed as the first step in the development of a smart grid, which is an electricity network or grid that enables a two-way flow of electricity and data. The digital transformation of the electricity industry relies on smart grids, which have been around for more than ten years.
With an eye toward the smart grid framework and future smart grid road maps, this course provides an introduction to IoT in the smart grid.
Lecture 1: Digital Transformation
- Digitization, Digitalization, and Digital Transformation.
- What Digital Transformation means to your business.
- Digital Transformation of the Electricity Sector.
- The Evaluation of Electricity Industry.
- The Benefits of Digital Transformation of the Electricity Industry.
- Real Examples of Digitization in the Electricity Industry.
Lecture 2: Internet of Things (IoT)
- Introduction to Internet of Things (IoT).
- IoT Characteristics .
- Definition of IoT.
- Growth of IoT, Derives and Barriers.
Lecture 3: IoT subsets
- The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
- IIoT, benefits and challenges.
- Starting and Optimizing IIoT Projects.
- Standardization of IIoT.
- IIOT Manufacturing Timeline.
- The Consumer Internet of Things (CIoT).
- Digital Transformation
- Digital Transformation of the Electricity Sector
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)
- Consumer Internet of Things (CIoT)
- Smart Grids
- Smart Metering and Net-Metering
Who Is This Course For
- Electrical, Power, Energy, Mechanical, and Renewable Engineers.
- Power, Energy, Renewable and Industrial contractors and subcontractors.
- Planning Managers and Designers.
- City Civil Planning members.
- Owners of industrial projects, or their design consultants and service departments.
- Anyone other who is interested in Smart Power Grids.