Smart Energy (bibtex)
by Peter Liggesmeyer, Dieter Rombach, Frank Bomarius
Abstract:
A successful energy transition is inconceivable without extensive digitization. In view of the complexity of the task of digitizing the energy sector and all of the associated systems, previous efforts at defining essential components of digitization (such as concretely usable reference architectures and research into the resilience of the future energy system) currently still appear insufficient and uncoordinated. These components include smart management approaches capable of integrating market mechanisms with traditional management technologies, and comprehensive security concepts (including effective data utilization control) that need to go far beyond the BSI security profile for smart meters. The digitization of the energy system needs to be conceived and operated as a transformation process designed and planned for the long term with reliable milestones.
Reference:
P. Liggesmeyer, D. Rombach and F. Bomarius, Smart Energy, Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2019, pp. 335-351.
Bibtex Entry:
@Inbook{Liggesmeyer2019,
author="Liggesmeyer, Peter
and Rombach, Dieter
and Bomarius, Frank",
editor="Neugebauer, Reimund",
title="Smart Energy",
bookTitle="Digital Transformation",
year="2019",
publisher="Springer Berlin Heidelberg",
address="Berlin, Heidelberg",
pages="335--351",
abstract="A successful energy transition is inconceivable without extensive digitization. In view of the complexity of the task of digitizing the energy sector and all of the associated systems, previous efforts at defining essential components of digitization (such as concretely usable reference architectures and research into the resilience of the future energy system) currently still appear insufficient and uncoordinated. These components include smart management approaches capable of integrating market mechanisms with traditional management technologies, and comprehensive security concepts (including effective data utilization control) that need to go far beyond the BSI security profile for smart meters. The digitization of the energy system needs to be conceived and operated as a transformation process designed and planned for the long term with reliable milestones.",
isbn="978-3-662-58134-6",
doi="10.1007/978-3-662-58134-6_20",
url="https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-58134-6_20"
}
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