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IoT-enabled Industrial Wireless Sensor Networks for Next Generation Smart Grid Industry 4.0 | Miscellaneous
a Taylors University, Subang Jaya, Malaysia.
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The existing complex and aging electricity grid systems infrastructure due to lack of the user utility interaction and one-way power flow is suffering from fraud detection, distribution automation, overload conditions, power quality issues, peak load management, energy loss, and power fault diagnostics . To meet the 21st-century energy requirements, next-generation power grid is envisioned to fully address these concerns in a sophisticated manner. Recently, the rise of new digital industrial technology Internet-of-Thing (IoT) and Industrial Wireless Sensor Networks (IWSNs)-based networking systems introduces the fourth stage of industrialization, commonly known as Industry 4.0 [2-3]. Recently, Industry 4.0, has lately gained a lot of interest from researchers, manufacturers, and application developers. Industry 4.0 will make it possible to produce higher-quality goods at reduced costs due to timely gathering and analyzing data across machines. This will increase manufacturing productivity and faster industrial growth in a more flexible manner which results in more economic benefits. This economics shift, in turn, will ultimately change the profile of people due to changing the competitiveness of companies and regions in the world. The wired or wirelessly integration of various components inside a factory to implement a flexible and reconfigurable manufacturing system, i.e., smart factory, is one of the key features of Industry 4.0. In Industry 4.0, the wireless or wired connected systems located in different remote places can interact with one another using standard internet-based protocols and analyze data to predict failure, configure themselves, and adapt to changes. Thus resulting in Intranet or Internet-of-Things. Currently, within factories, most devices are wired connected working over industrial protocols for reliable automation and systems control in a sophisticated manner. However, the wireless infrastructure-based solutions are increasingly popular and playing a complementary role to wired solu
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Azween Abdullah, "IoT-enabled Industrial Wireless Sensor Networks for Next Generation Smart Grid Industry 4.0," ICSES Transactions on Computer Networks and Communications (ITCNC), In Press, pp. 1-2, Dec. 2017.
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