How do you define the requirements for your AMI system so that it will support your business needs and requirements for smart grid communications now and in the future?
As the grid becomes smarter, the need for communication that is both stable and secure becomes even more prominent. More and more systems and types of nodes are attached, adding both complexity and possibilities while increasing the demands for communication. Nodes are accessed and data transferred via a myriad of more or less standardized protocols, the issue of cyber security adds its own set of requirements and on top of that, you'll also want your smart grid systems to interact seamlessly and behave as one large ecosystem.
In this webinar we take a look at where to start when defining the requirements for your AMI system in order to end up with something that actually supports not only your present business needs and requirements for smart grid communications, but also those of the future.