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Issue No.06 - Nov.-Dec. (2013 vol.17)
pp: 48-56
Eun-Kyu Lee , University of California, Los Angeles
Peter Chu , University of California, Los Angeles
Rajit Gadh , University of California, Los Angeles
ABSTRACT
Smart city ecosystems provide fundamental resource services such as water and electricity through an intelligent management system. Here, the authors focus on energy resources for smart grids and smart buildings, investigating how a smart grid infrastructure accesses the energy resources in a smart building to obtain or control data. The energy service interface (ESI), which plays a communication gateway role at the boundary of a customer building, hasn't received much study. The authors examine its design principles for enabling fine-grained access, implement and deploy an ESI prototype, and illustrate interactive energy services between the grid infrastructure and smart buildings.
INDEX TERMS
Electromagnetic compatibility, Energy resources, Load management, Smart grids, Smart buildings, Data models, Ecosystems, Energy management,Internet of things, smart grid, smart building, interoperation, energy resource, energy service, energy service interface, energy management system, access control, microgrid
CITATION
Eun-Kyu Lee, Peter Chu, Rajit Gadh, "Fine-Grained Access to Smart Building Energy Resources", IEEE Internet Computing, vol.17, no. 6, pp. 48-56, Nov.-Dec. 2013, doi:10.1109/MIC.2013.81
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