IoT ReDy Architecture for Smart Grid Management

  •  Kaoutar Hafdi    
  •  Abderahman Kriouile    
  •  Abdelaziz Kriouile    


Smart Grid introduces intelligent infrastructure to the existing power grid. Energy production is no longer confined just to large power plants, but is becoming geographically distributed on small renewable energy plants that can inject electricity directly into the grid. IoT proposes a good solution to connect the producers to the consumers and to propose a reactive balancing of power production and consumption. The ReDy architecture, which is intended for IoT applications, provides a base to implement a scalable, reliable, and dynamic IoT network ready to meet Smart Grid needs. The different producers and consumers represent nodes of a decentralized network managed with a dynamic membership management algorithm. Each node is a centralized sub-network composed of one gateway making decisions and several sensors and actuators.

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  • ISSN(Print): 1913-8989
  • ISSN(Online): 1913-8997
  • Started: 2008
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