Development of a Remotely Accessible Wireless Testbed for Performance Evaluation of AMI Related Protocols
Master of Science (MS)
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Arif Selcuk Uluagac
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Smart Grid, AMI Networks, Testbed, Security, Privacy, ns-3
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Although smart meters are deployed in many countries, the data collection process from smart meters in Smart Grid (SG) still has some challenges related to consumer privacy that needs to be addressed. Referred to as Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI), the data collected and transmitted through the AMI can leak sensitive information about the consumers if it is sent as a plaintext.
While many solutions have been proposed in the past, the deployment of these solutions in real-life was not possible since the actual AMIs were not accessible to researchers. Therefore, a lot of solutions relied on simulations which may not be able to capture the real performance of these solutions. In this thesis, two 802.11s wireless mesh-based SG AMI network testbeds are developed with Beaglebone Black and Raspberry Pi 3 boards to provide a baseline for the simulations. The Raspberry Pi 3 testbed is also configured to be remotely accessible.
Ozgur, Utku, "Development of a Remotely Accessible Wireless Testbed for Performance Evaluation of AMI Related Protocols" (2017). FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 3177.
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