In this wide ranging interview, Maik Seewald explains that a sound architecture is needed to bring coherence to Smart Grid systems and facilitate effective stakeholder participation in Smart Grid projects. He emphasizes the role IP technologies will play in Smart Grids, discusses strategies for deploying security and cybersecurity solutions, and notes recent developments in grid automation. He also discusses the importance of distributed intelligence in the Smart Grid.
Interview with Maik Seewald - Smart Grid Strategies
Posted: 22 Jun 2015
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