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Power System SCADA and Smart Grids | Taylor & Francis GroupFuture smart grids heavily rely on collaboration of two interdependent subsystems: the information and communication ICT system and the electrical system itself. The past has shown that malfunctions in one of the systems can propagate into the other system leading to widespread and heavy outages of power supply. Special attention is paid to the interdependencies between ICT and electrical subsystem and a particular novelty to existing approaches is the robustness quantification based on the current state of both subsystems allowing constant evaluation. The information- and communication ICT subsystem and the electrical subsystem of modern power systems are interdependent. This means both subsystems have direct or indirect influence on each other because the ICT subsystem provides the necessary communication capabilities, while the electrical subsystem provides the necessary electrical power to ICT equipment.
Planning of Distribution Systems in the Era of Smart Grids
Smart Grid, Automation, and SCADA System Security
Power System SCADA and Smart Grids brings together in one concise volume the fundamentals and possible application functions of power system supervisory .
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How new technologies can improve monitoring and control. Substations are a critical component for maintaining electrical supply and load control in low voltage, medium voltage and high voltage electrical distribution networks. In order to ensure the proper functioning of substations and related equipment such as line-mounted switches and capacitors, most utilities use SCADA supervisory control and data acquisition systems to automate monitoring and control. New sites typically implement a SCADA system to monitor and control substations and related equipment. Not only will a new or upgraded SCADA system provide better monitoring and control, it can also extend the life of substations and related equipment by providing current data for troubleshooting small problems before they escalate.
Skip to search form Skip to main content. We first describe the current security status and existing attacks on power grid and critical infrastructures. Then we use the SCADA system as an example to show the challenges to secure the automation systems and smart power grid systems. View via Publisher. Alternate Sources. Save to Library. Create Alert.