In this part one interview, IEEE Smart Grid Expert Steve Collier explains how the Internet, which until now has primarily connected people to other people and things, is rapidly becoming more about connecting things directly to things. The electric utility grids in developed economies are transforming from a few, large loosely connected, monolithic, centrally monitored and controlled grids to many, smaller networks with distributed, autonomous monitoring and control.
Interview with Steven Collier - Internet
Posted: 22 Jun 2015
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