Role of ICT Technologies, Standards and Markets in Smart Grid Development, Market Analysis Report 2021 – | Commercial application

DUBLIN – (BUSINESS WIRE) – December 21, 2021–

This report presents the in-depth analysis of information and communications technology (ICT) for the smart grid.

The concept behind smart energy and the Smart Grid (SG) controls energy consumption in-house, home, office and the like; and outside the home to devices connected to the outdoors, to networks and to the smart grid itself – all with the aim of optimizing the production, distribution and use of energy. Two-way communication between home grids and the power grid opens up possibilities for improving reliability and durability as well as reducing energy consumption.

Wireless and wired communication technologies are taken into account. SG network designers have several choices; The report presents the comparison of various technologies with their advantages and problems.

In addition to “traditional” technologies, such as 802.15.4g and 802.22, the report focuses on new cellular technologies, such as LTE for low power 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 involved in the development and standardization of SG ICT is also presented along with the industry survey. Marketing statistics were also developed and included in the report.

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

1.1.1 Definition of smart grid

2. General: SG ICT industry activities

2.1 Main Organizations – Functionalities

2.2.2 Architecture of ETSI subnets

2.3 Requirements: SG networking

2.3.1 View: ICT SG layers

2.4 Industry and user group projects

2.4.4 Global Coalition of Smart Utility Grids

2.4.5 Smart Grid Council (SNC) Specification and HAN Further development

2.4.8 Demand Response and Smart Grid Coalition (DRSG)

2.4.9 EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute)

2.4.10 ZigBee and Wi-Fi Alliances

2.4.13 Federal Smart Grid Working Group

2.4.14 Open Intelligent Grid User Group (OSGUG)

3. SG ICT and smart meters

3.1 Function and structure: SG ICT

3.7.2 Market projections: smart meters

  • Aclara (Software and Systems, GLP)
  • 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 Measurement)
  • Nokia (Infrastructure)
  • Oracle (software)
  • Landis + Gyr (Measuring devices)
  • Sensus (data collection and measurement)
  • Siemens (software, hardware)
  • Spinwave (Building control, HAN)
  • Tantalus (Network and devices)
  • TransData (wireless AMI / AMR meter)
  • IT
  • Trilliant (smart metering)
  • Uplight

4. Major standards and technologies: SG ICT

4.1.3 802.15.4g smart utility networks

4.2.3 Main characteristics of LTE LTE market projections

  • Cisco
  • CommAgility
  • Ericsson
  • Fujitsu
  • Huawei
  • Motorola Solutions
  • Nokia
  • Qualcomm
  • Sequans
  • IT
  • u-blox
  • ZTE Alliance CPL G3

5. IoT and SG technologies

5.1 Weightless technologies

5.1.1 Alliance in zero gravity White space communications – Principles Ecosystem and use cases Weightlessness-W Details NWave – Current position

5.1.7 Comparison of weightless technologies

5.2.3 Components and structure

5.3.2 Building blocks of technology Layered structure – Illustration Network architecture Main characteristics

  • Activity
  • Advantech
  • Cisco
  • Embit
  • Microchip technology
  • MultiTech
  • Murata
  • Sagemcom
  • Semtech
  • STMicroelectronics
  • Tektelique

5.4.2 Technology – Details

  • Adeunis RF
  • Innocomm
  • Microchip
  • On semiconductors
  • Telit
  • IT

Laura Wood, Senior Press Director

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