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Secure and Scalable Data Collection With Time Minimization in the Smart Grid

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Secure and Scalable Data Collection With Time Minimization in the Smart Grid
Abstract—Deployment of data generation devices such as sensors and smart meters have been accelerating toward the vision of smart grid. The volume of data to be collected increases tremendously. Secure, efficient, and scalable data collection becomes a challenging task. In this paper, we present a secure and scalable data communications protocol for smart grid data collection. Under a hierarchical architecture, relay nodes [also known as data collectors (DCs)] collect and convey the data securely from measurement devices to the power operator. While the DCs can verify the integrity, they are not given access to the content, which may pave the way for third party providers to deliver value-added services or even the data collection itself. We further present optimization solutions for minimizing the total data collection time.
Suleyman Uludag, King-Shan Lui, Wenyu Ren, Klara N
Added 11 Apr 2016
Updated 11 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2016
Where TSG
Authors Suleyman Uludag, King-Shan Lui, Wenyu Ren, Klara Nahrstedt
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