In particular, I'm interested in the problem regarding the collection
and the elaboration of the huge amount of data coming form SmartGrid
meters. It seems that Cloud computing can help to face this problem.
I've already read:
- "Running smart grid control software on cloud computing architecture",
Birman et al.
- "Smart grid data cloud: a model for utilizing cloud computing in the
smart domain", Rusitschka et al.
Under the scope of T-Cloud project you can find a very good set of
papers on that subject. They are more focused on security and
resilience but in my view that's the starting point in every
Smart-Grid/Cloud approach. The best place to start is here:
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