Distinguished Lecture on IoT by Fawzi Behmann
What do smart grids, virtual power plants and smart homes have in common? They are part of the Internet of Things (IoT). The IoT is the inter-networking of physical devices embedded with control systems, sensors, and actuators, that can collect and exchange data.
The IoT makes it possible to collect real-time power-related information from end-users and automate the management of distribution devices like transformers and reclosers. Efficiencies can therefore be gained within power production and distribution systems.
For the end-user, it is expected that IoT will be integrated into all forms of energy consuming devices (such as switches, power outlets, bulbs, televisions, etc.). Such IoT devices would offer the opportunity for off-site management and advanced scheduling.
IEEE Distinguished Visitor Fawzi Behmann is an expert on IoT.
VenueNitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)
Brady Engineering Innovation Center