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Panel 20 Jul 2023

IoT technology is currently entering its golden age as a result of rapid technological advancements, allowing data to be stored and processed remotely and making industries more productive. For example, the integration of IoT and blockchain has enabled distributed resources to participate in power system operation and control as transactive energy, serving both the grids and customers. As IoT-enabled distributed resources continue to penetrate, their values and impacts on the electric power grids remain to be explored. This panel aims to bring experts from both academia and industry to discuss and explore 1) the emerging IoT applications in power systems 2) the impacts of IoT on power system operations. Presentations in this panel session: - IoT in modern power systems as a matter of Big Data and how to handle it (23PESGM2843) - Applicability of Web assembly for CPES and IoT Use Cases (23PESGM2844)

Chairs:
Di Shi; Venkatesh Venkataramanan
Primary Committee:
Power System Operation, Planning, and Economics (PSOPE)
Sponsor Committees:
Technologies & Innovation Subcommittee

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