Smart Grid in Iot-Enabled Spaces: The Road to Intelligence in Power
Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled spaces have made revolutionary advances in the utility grid. Among these advances, intelligent and energy-efficient services are gaining considerable interest. The use of the smart grid is increasing day after day around us and is not only used in saving energy but also in our daily life for intelligent health, traffic, and even farming systems. The grid enabled with IoT features is also expected to communicate with cellular networks smoothly in the next-generation networks (6G and beyond). This will open the door for other interesting research areas.
In this book, we consider the most significant and emergent research topics in this domain, addressing major issues and challenges in IoT-based solutions proposed for the smart grid. The chapters provide insight on comprehensive topics in IoT-based smart grids, combining technical aspects with the most up-to-date theory. It investigates the grid under varying and potential emerging paradigms such as edge/fog computing, in addition to big data aspects considerations in the IoT era. With comprehensive surveys and case studies, this book explores basic and high-level grid aspects in the emerging smart city paradigm, which makes it especially attractive to researchers, academics, and higher-level students. This authored book can be used by computer science undergraduate and postgraduate students, researchers and practitioners, city administrators, policymakers, and government regulators.
Fadi Al-Turjman received his PhD from Queen's University, Canada. He is a full professor and a research center director at Near East University, Nicosia. He is a leading authority in the areas of smart/intelligent systems. His publication history spans over 250 publications in journals, conferences, patents, and books. He is serving as the Lead Guest/Associate Editor in top-tier journals, including IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (IF 22.97) and Elsevier Sustainable Cities and Society (IF 4.9).