Huawei released a new power IoT 2.0 solution at the HUAWEIICONNECT2016 All-Connected Conference. Huawei released a new power IoT 2.0 solution at the HUAWEIICONNECT2016 All-Connected Conference. Gao Wei, chief solution architect of Huawei's BG energy industry, said at the press conference: "As the only ICT enterprise council unit in the Global Energy Internet Development Cooperation Organization, Huawei is committed to building a power Internet of Things based on IoT connectivity management platform and building Nervous system of energy interconnected era, to achieve new energy access at any time, anywhere, to adjust the grid balance, proactive prediction, and guide the rational use of electricity and improve social efficiency. Power Internet of Things 2.0 solutions to help transform the traditional power grid With the social and economic development, the structure of energy production and consumption is also changing. The generation of electricity from the traditional large-capacity, stable and centralized power generation to the ever-increasing unstable and discontinuous energy distributed generation; the use of electricity from stable and predictable consumption, To the introduction of mobile loads such as electric vehicles and less stable consumption patterns; distribution from passive response distribution network to control and monitor all voltage levels of dynamic supply and demand balance, the traditional power grid how to deal with these challenges? At the meeting, OlegLogvinov, chairman of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) working group of the world's largest science and technology professional organization, answered the above question in his keynote speech "Key Trends and Technologies in Power IoT:" The Power IoT To meet these expectations. " Ji Xiang, president of Huawei Enterprise BG Energy Systems, believes that "the smart grid in the future will be divided into three layers. At the bottom are various access devices that can be sensed and connected, including power generation equipment, temperature sensors, etc .; the top layer is the future Power system, while Huawei is focused on providing the ICT infrastructure for the nervous system of the power system at the middle level. " Huawei released this power IoT 2.0 solution based on IoT connection management platform. IoT connectivity management platform to provide SIM / NoN-SIM-based connection management, simple billing and operation and maintenance functions; through big data analysis, sensor, terminal data aggregation, classification, etc., through a specific open interface, open to third parties Application and use to maximize the potential and value of mining power facilities, such as electricity demand forecast for the entire city, peak cut Pinggu, precise line loss analysis, etc., and people can take the initiative to carry out the wisdom of choice based on real-time price information, more economical Reasonable arrangements for electricity. The three major technologies point smart meter full joint pain points According to Metcalfe's Law, the value of the power Internet of Things = Value Index Ã— the square of the number of connections, the more equipped smart terminals with power access to the power Internet of Things, the more value will be generated, through the analysis and forecasting, Dynamic balance and user smarter use of electricity. In China, tens of millions of smart meters are put into operation each year in recent years. Globally, the EU has enacted a decree requiring member states to complete 80% of the smart meters by 2020. All-electric smart terminals equipped with full connection in the implementation process need to consider some of the difficulties, such as the mass terminal access, installation and construction convenience, compatibility and adaptation of different smart terminals. To solve these problems, Huawei Power Internet of Things 2.0 solution uses three important products and technologies - Hi-PLC, eLTE-IoT and LiteOS. Hi-PLC communication module is based on the traditional PLC technology (Power-line communication, power line transmission data), to achieve more reliable, more bandwidth characteristics. In the AMI (Advanced Metering Infrastructure) project implemented by Huawei, actual measurement results show that a smart meter with Huawei Hi-PLC communication module has a successful meter reading rate of 100%. RotimiOnanuga, Head of Distribution Company, Saharan Power Group, shares at Oita: "Ikeja Power Company adopted broadband PLC communication technology in AMI project with a data acquisition success rate of 100%. The acquisition of meter data has greatly enhanced the revenue of Ikeja Power Company " For the Internet of Things wireless technology eLTE-IoT is based on LTE evolution, can provide up to 100 times the depth of coverage and more than a thousand times the connection capacity, while the terminal power consumption is only 1/10 of LTE, and uses less network resources , Support for power distribution automation, AMI, micro-grid, electric vehicles and other applications of intelligent power intelligent terminal access. Cong Peijin, General Manager of Huawei Energy Solutions at Power IoT, said: "Building an open and cooperative win-win power environment for the Internet of Things is indispensable to industry partners. At present, Huawei has jointly released over 20 innovative solutions with power partners and over 50 The solution completes the integration test and welcomes more power industry partners to join Huawei Power IoT Action Plan to promote harmonious development of ecology. "