Utilities prioritize cybersecurity to ensure interoperability and connectivity for IoT projects AI offers opportunities to integrate energy forecasting and automated fault detection February 26, 2024 – DistribuTECH, Orlando, FL – Advanced weather prediction tools, renewable energy integration, and grid modernization are some of the key initiatives currently being undertaken by utilities to ensure network resilience […]
ENLIT Europe is unique in the energy industry and certainly the event to be at in Europe. Wi-SUN Alliance is delighted to be there again this year to highlight what the Alliance is about, and Wi-SUN FAN technology as we gear up towards the launch of our new wave of Wi-SUN FAN 1.1 certified products early
By Peter Knazko, Director Wi-SUN Alliance Board, Renesas Electronics Smart meters are revolutionizing the way we deliver power and water, but their global deployment still has a long way to go. Technology standards are an important part of that journey because they make utilities more confident in their infrastructure investments. That’s why Renesas Electronics and
Phil Beecher talks about how two US utilities, in particular, started in 2006 to look at the problems of resilience in the smart grid. They recognised that they needed a standards-based approach to pull in multiple partners. They also knew that despite the speed with which technology changes, you need solutions to last 10-20 years.
As we settle into a new year, we look ahead with anticipation and excitement at the year ahead – the possibilities for Wi-SUN Alliance members and for Wi-SUN FAN technology. It’s a time of change and disruption across many of the industries that our members operate in, from the growth in renewables and smart grid
Most city leaders would agree that all other matters are secondary to the safety and security of their citizens, making this a great place to start when considering implementing IoT. Unsurprisingly, research has shown that this is also the most popular use case from 2022 Read more about the Wi-SUN Alliance at EE Online. (Image
We published our first ‘state of the nation’ Internet of Things (IoT) report in 2017. Last year, we revisited this study, surveying 300 UK and US IT decision makers within organizations across a range of industries , including utilities, energy, telecoms, construction and government, to see whether (and how) attitudes and adoption patterns have changed.
As DistribuTECH 2023 (Feb. 7-9 in San Diego, CA) draws closer, we take some time out to reflect on this hugely important event for Wi-SUN Alliance and many of its members. The leading Transmission and Distribution event for utilities, technology providers and industry leaders, DTECH provides an exciting and thought-provoking opportunity to meet with our
Malfunctioning equipment isn’t just a headache for customers, who may think twice about placing orders in the future, but also has serious repercussions in sectors such as healthcare and aerospace where safety is critical. Read more about the Wi-SUN Alliance at Electrical Engineering. (Image courtesy of Electrical Engineering)
From rolling blackouts due to wildfires, to record low water levels and drought in the southwest, and erratic storms that are increasing in power and frequency – extreme weather has been wreaking havoc across the US. The physical effects on municipal infrastructure and human lives have been staggering – and coupled with the skyrocketing costs
ELDORADO Institute and Wi-SUN Alliance have recently announced the first laboratory in the Americas authorized to test and certify products designed for Wi-SUN FAN. This is exciting news as the adoption of Wi-SUN FAN technology continues to grow in the region, particularly in Brazil where we are seeing a big push towards smart city development.
Phil Beecher, President and CEO of Wi-SUN Alliance, took IoT World Today’s Scarlett Evans on a tour of the company’s booth for Tech TV at IoT World Austin 2022. View the full video