Visible to the public Cluster, Cloud, Grid Computing via Network Communication Using Control Communication and Monitoring of Smart Grid

TitleCluster, Cloud, Grid Computing via Network Communication Using Control Communication and Monitoring of Smart Grid
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2022
AuthorsKumar, Santosh, Kumar, N M G, Geetha, B.T., Sangeetha, M., Chakravarthi, M. Kalyan, Tripathi, Vikas
Conference Name2022 2nd International Conference on Advance Computing and Innovative Technologies in Engineering (ICACITE)
Keywordsartificial intelligence, cloud computing, compositionality, energy consumption, human factors, Power demand, pubcrawl, Real-time Systems, reliability, resilience, Resiliency, Smart Grid Sensors, smart grid technology, Smart grids, wireless networks, Wireless sensor networks
AbstractTraditional power consumption management systems are not showing enough reliability and thus, smart grid technology has been introduced to reduce the excess power wastages. In the context of smart grid systems, network communication is another term that is used for developing the network between the users and the load profiles. Cloud computing and clustering are also executed for efficient power management. Based on the facts, this research is going to identify wireless network communication systems to monitor and control smart grid power consumption. Primary survey-based research has been carried out with 62 individuals who worked in the smart grid system, tracked, monitored and controlled the power consumptions using WSN technology. The survey was conducted online where the respondents provided their opinions via a google survey form. The responses were collected and analyzed on Microsoft Excel. Results show that hybrid commuting of cloud and edge computing technology is more advantageous than individual computing. Respondents agreed that deep learning techniques will be more beneficial to analyze load profiles than machine learning techniques. Lastly, the study has explained the advantages and challenges of using smart grid network communication systems. Apart from the findings from primary research, secondary journal articles were also observed to emphasize the research findings.
Citation Keykumar_cluster_2022