Big Data acquired by Internet of Things-enabled Industrial Multichannel Wireless Sensors Networks for Active Monitoring and Control in the Smart Grid Industry 4.0.

Published: 09-03-2021| Version 4 | DOI: 10.17632/32d6r6r6zk.4
Rizwan Aslam Butt,
Ghulam Fizza,
Md Asri Ngadi,
Muhammad Faheem,
Muhammad Waqar Waqar,
Vehbi Cagri Gungor


• The data provided in this paper provides can be used for efficient monitoring and control of the power generation and distribution processes in the smart grid. • The data provided in this paper can be used for the integration of distributed power generation sources into the power transmission and distribution systems within realistic network scenarios. • It can also support reliable and dynamic data capacity requirements of different types of advanced cyber-physical systems equipped with sensors and devices to operate them optimally, either manual or automatic controls, and provide information about their operations to the utilities. • In case of faults, the designed scheme intelligently monitoring and identifies the faulty systems located in a remote position and notifies the user in real-time, so that appropriate actions can be taken to supply steady electricity to the customers.