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2015 International Conference and Workshops on Networked Systems (NetSys) (2015)
Cottbus, Germany
March 9, 2015 to March 12, 2015
ISBN: 978-1-4799-5804-7
pp: 1-8
Michael Hoefling , University of Tuebingen, Chair of Communication Networks, Tuebingen, Germany
Florian Heimgaertner , University of Tuebingen, Chair of Communication Networks, Tuebingen, Germany
Michael Menth , University of Tuebingen, Chair of Communication Networks, Tuebingen, Germany
Konstantinos V. Katsaros , University College London, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, London, United Kingdom
Paolo Romano , Swiss Federal Institute of Lausanne (EPFL), Distributed Electrical System Laboratory, Lausanne, Switzerland
Lorenzo Zanni , Swiss Federal Institute of Lausanne (EPFL), Distributed Electrical System Laboratory, Lausanne, Switzerland
George Kamel , University of Surrey, Centre for Communication Systems Research, Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom
ABSTRACT
Limited scalability, reliability, and security of todays utility communication infrastructures are main obstacles to the deployment of smart grid applications. The C-DAX project aims at providing and investigating a communication middleware for smart grids to address these problems, applying the information-centric networking and publish/subscribe paradigm. We briefly describe the C-DAX architecture, and extend it with a flexible resilience concept, based on resilient data forwarding and data redundancy. Different levels of resilience support are defined, and their underlying mechanisms are described. Experiments show fast and reliable performance of the resilience mechanism.
INDEX TERMS
Resilience, Monitoring, Subscriptions, Reliability, Security, Synchronization, Delays
CITATION

M. Hoefling et al., "Enabling resilient smart grid communication over the information-centric C-DAX middleware," 2015 International Conference and Workshops on Networked Systems (NetSys)(NETSYS), Cottbus, Germany, 2015, pp. 1-8.
doi:10.1109/NetSys.2015.7089080
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