SODA-IIoT4Energy: Blockchain-based Access Control to manage smart meter credentials & access rights for Smart Grids

Abstract : Co-designed with Engie and Gemalto, SODA-IIoT4Energy offers an access control paradigm whereby access rights are granted to smart meters through the use of security policies stored inside a blockchain. The demonstrator is specific in that it mostly relies on entities deployed at Engie customer premises (the smart meters), which gain uplink connectivity through concentrators, each serving an entire cluster. The smart meters use highly robust, low throughput, wide-range communications to exchange data with the concentrator. For example, LoRaWAN, Sigfox, NB-IoT,... , 6LoWPAN over power-line communication, and/or WiFi mesh can be used to form clusters and transmit various data including consumption reports, alarms (uplink), software updates or reconfiguration commands (downlink).
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Philippe Calvez, Jean-Marc Gambin, Nabil Bouzerna. SODA-IIoT4Energy: Blockchain-based Access Control to manage smart meter credentials & access rights for Smart Grids. Future@SystemX 2017-Digital Days@Nano-INNOV , Apr 2017, Paris-Saclay, France. 2017, ⟨http://www.irt-systemx.fr/evenements/future-systemx-2017/⟩. ⟨hal-01536084⟩

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