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A2B-systemThe word “Smart Grid” is rarely used but in the past decade it has picked up some traction. The word “grid” amounts to the networks that carry electricity from the plants where it’s generated to the customers. This includes wires, substations, transformers, switches etc. The word “smart” is used the same way as when describing a phone with computer-like capabilities (i.e. smartphone). A “Smart Grid” means a computerized electric utility grid.

What you may be thinking is “don’t they have that?” the answer is: No. Since the good ‘old days, utility companies send workers out to gather much of the data needed to provide electricity. The workers read meters, look for broken equipment and measure voltage. Smart grid will make possible two-way communication and computer processing, which has been used in other industries for decades. Sensors can calculate data such as power meters, voltage sensors, fault detectors and will provide…

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