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“ICT and Smart Grid” Technologies, Standards, Markets

  • ID: 2763364
  • February 2014
  • 202 Pages
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • 4M Wireless
  • Altera
  • Ericsson
  • Huawei
  • Motorola
  • Samsung
  • MORE

Considerable research was done using the Internet. Information from various Web sites was studied and analyzed. Evaluation of publicly available marketing and technical publications was conducted.

Telephone conversations and interviews were held with industry analysts, technical experts and executives. In addition to these interviews and primary research, secondary sources were used to develop a more complete mosaic of the market landscape, including industry and trade publications, conferences and seminars.

The overriding objective throughout the work has been to provide valid and relevant information. This has led to a continual review and update of the information content. This report is important to a wide population of researches, technical and sales staff involved in the developing of the Smart Grid ICT.

It is recommended for both service providers and vendors that are working with related technologies. The report also helps to understand issues associated with relationship between “green” Smart Grid ICT and other technologies. This report is a continuation of research in the smart grid ICT development. The report updates previous reports on READ MORE >

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • 4M Wireless
  • Altera
  • Ericsson
  • Huawei
  • Motorola
  • Samsung
  • MORE

1.0 Introduction

1.1 General

1.1.1 Smart Grid Definition

1.2 Necessity

1.3 Vision

1.4 U.S.

1.5 England

1.6 Italy

1.7 China

1.8 Global Picture

1.9 Scope

1.10 Research Methodology

1.11 Target Audience

2.0 General: SG ICT Industry Activities

2.1 Efforts

2.2 Structure

2.2.1 Layers

2.3 Requirements: SG Networking

2.3.1 View

2.4 Industry and User Groups Projects

2.4.1 ETSI

2.4.2 IEC

2.4.3 IEEE

2.4.4 Global Intelligent Utility Network Coalition

2.4.5 Smart Networks Council (SNC)

2.4.6 U-SNAP Alliance

2.4.7 Accenture Intelligent City Network

2.4.8 Advanced Grid Infrastructure Initiative

2.4.9 NextGrid

2.4.10 GridWise Alliance

2.4.11 Appliances

2.4.12 ESMIG

2.4.13 Demand Response and Smart Grid Coalition (DRSG)

2.4.14 EPRI (Electrical Power Research Institute)

2.4.15 Hughes Broadband Alliance Program

2.4.16 ZigBee and Wi-Fi Alliances

2.4.17 NIST

2.4.18 OpenHAN

2.4.19 Federal Smart Grid Task Force

2.4.20 Open Smart Grid Users Group (OSGUG)

2.4.21 ITU

2.4.22 OpenADR

2.4.23 Comments

3.0 SG ICT Status

3.1 General: SG ICT

3.2 Current Status

3.3 Current Objectives

3.4 Choices

3.5 Smart Meters

3.5.1 Introduction

3.5.2 Details

3.5.3 Functions

3.5.4 Components

3.6 Security

3.7 Market

3.8.1 Market Drivers

3.8.2 Reality

3.8.3 Market Projections: Smart Meters

3.8.4 Smart Grid ICT- Market Estimate

3.9 Industry



4.0 Major Standards and Technologies: SG ICT

4.1 Groups - IEEE

4.2 IEEE 1900 - DYSPAN

4.2.1 Background

4.2.2 Scope

4.2.3 DYSPAN WGs

4.3 IEEE 2030

4.4 IEEE-802.15.4g-Smart Utility Networks

4.4.1 General

4.4.2 Purpose

4.4.3 Need

4.4.4 Value

4.4.5 Overview - PHY

4.4.6 Regions

4.4.7 Details

4.4.8 Summary

4.4.9 Wi-SUN

4.4.10 Examples: Manufacturers

4.5 IEEE 802.22

4.5.1 General

4.5.2 Status

4.5.3 Developments

4.5.4 IEEE 802.22-2011 Overview

4.5.5 IEEE 802.22 Details

4.5.6 Cognitive Functions

4.5.7 IEEE 802.22 – Marketing Considerations for SG

4.5.8 Summary

4.6 G3 PLC

4.6.1 General

4.6.2 Maxim

4.6.3 G3 PLC Alliance

4.6.4 ITU

4.6.5 Details

4.6.6 Vendors

4.7 Long Term Evolution Technology (LTE) and SG

4.7.1 3GPP and LTE

4.7.2 LTE Timetable

4.7.3 Broadband Wireless Communications-Phases

4.7.4 LTE Standardization-Industry Collaboration

4.7.5 Key Features of LTE

4.7.6 Benefits

4.7.7 SAE/EPS (Evolved Packet System)

4.7.8 Interfaces

4.7.9 Market

4.7.10 Vendors

4.7.11LTE and Smart Grid

4.8 DASH7 Technology and Applications

4.8.1 General

4.8.2 Specifics

4.8.3 DASH7 Alliance

4.8.4 Specification

4.8.5 ISO/IEC 18000-7:2009 Information technology - Radio frequency identification for item management - Part 7: Parameters for active air interface communications at 433 MHz

4.8.6 Applications and Industry

4.8.7 DASH7 and SG

5.0 Summary and Conclusions

Appendix I: IEEE802.15.4g Characteristics

Appendix II: Regulations

List Of Figures and Tables:

Figure 1: Smart Grid Networking

Figure 2: U.S. SG - NIST Conceptual Model

Figure 3: U.S. - Smart Meters Installed (Mil)

Figure 4: Organizations

Figure 5: Smart Grid and ICT

Figure 6: Smart Grid - Layered Structure

Figure 7: Layered Hierarchy - SG/ICT Standards

Figure 8: Interoperability Framework

Figure 9: Illustration

Figure 10: SG - ICT Infrastructure (Illustration)

Figure 11: Smart Grid Connectivity

Figure 12: U.S. Smart Meters Sale-TAM (Unit Mil.)

Figure 13: U.S. Smart Meters Sale - TAM ($M)

Figure 14: TAM: Global Smart Grid ICT ($B)

Figure 15: ComSoc Standards Board

Figure 16: IEEE 2030 Group

Figure 17: SUN Place

Figure 18: TAM Global SG SUN (IEEE802.15.4g) ($B)

Figure 19: IEEE 802.22 Network

Figure 20: Evolution Path

Figure 21: Towards Wireless Mobile Broadband

Figure 22: LTE - IP

Figure 23: Projection: Global Broadband Mobile Subscribers Base (B)

Figure 24: LTE Market-Subscribers' Base ($B)

Figure 25: TAM: LTE Global Equipment Sale ($B)

Figure 27: Transmission Ranges

Table 1: Statistics (2012)

Table 2: SG Related Standards: Examples

Table 3: SG ICT Market Components

Table 4: Major Characteristics: IEEE 802.22

Table 5: Rates of Transmission

Table 6: 3GPP Releases

Table 7: Major LTE Characteristics

Table 8: LTE Frequency Bands

Table 9: Release 8 Users Equipment Categories

Table 10: Mode 1 and Mode 2

Table 11: DASH7 - PHY

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- 4M Wireless

- AT&T/SmartSynch (Network Services)

- Aclara (Software and Systems, BPL)

- Aeris (Wireless Network Provider)

- Agaidi

- Agilent

- Alcatel-Lucent (Infrastructure)

- Alcatel-Lucent-NEC

- Altair Semiconductor

- Altera

- Analog Devices (RF Transceivers)

- Aricent

- Axis

- BPL Global (Software Platform)

- Carlson Wireless (Radio Platforms)

- Cisco (IP-based Infrastructure, hardware)

- Commagility

- Cooper Power Systems (Eka Systems (Network Nodes-Mesh) was Acquired by Cooper Power Systems in 2010)

- Current Group (Systems, Sensors)

- Echelon (Smart Metering System)

- Elster (AMI, AMR)

- Ericsson

- Evigia

- Fujitsu

- GE (Hardware and Software-Smart Meters)

- Google (SW)

- GreenBox (Management Platform) - Acquired By Silver Spring Networks in 2010

- Grid Net (Network Management Software)

- GridPoint (Network Platform)

- Hi-G-Tek

- Huawei

- Identec Solutions

- Infineon

- Infotility (Software)

- Itron (Intelligent Metering)

- Landis+Gyr (Metering Devices)

- Lime Microsystems

- Motorola

- NXP

- Nokia Siemens Networks

- Oracle (Software)

- Qualcomm

- Samsung

- Savi

- Sensus Metering Systems (Data Collection and Metering)

- Sequans

- Siemens (Software)

- Signalion

- Silver Spring Networks (Networking)

- SmartSynch (Networking)

- Spinwave (Building Control, HAN)

- TI

- Tantalus (Networking and Devices)

- Tendril (System)

- TransData (Wireless AMI/AMR Meter)

- Trilliant (Intelligent Metering)

- Tropos (Network)- Acquired by ABB Group in 2012
- WiHart Systems
- ZTE

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