ISUW 2019 will be organised as an International Conference and Exhibition on Smart Utilities for Smarter Cities. ISUW 2019 will bring together India’s leading Electricity, Gas and Water Utilities, Policy Makers, Regulators, Investors and world’s top-notch Smart Energy Experts and Researchers to discuss trends, share best practices and showcase next generation technologies and products in smart energy and smart cities domains. ISUW 2019 will include plenaries, interactive workshops, keynotes, and technical sessions.

ISGF has been conducting India Smart Grid Week (ISGW) SINCE 2015; and within a short span of 4 years ISGW has emerged as the global signature event on Smart Grids and Smart Cities which is attended by the top most experts from around the world. The Fourth Edition of ISGW conducted in 2018 was attended by over 2200 participants from 38 countries and had over 245 international experts as speakers. The event format for 2019 has been enlarged to include gas and water utilities and themed as India Smart Utility Week 2019 (ISUW 2019).

We are excited to extend this call for Technical Papers for ISUW 2019 on the following Themes:

A.Electric Mobility

  • Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure for India
  • Vehicle- Grid integration (VGI)
  • Payment Settlement Systems for EV Charging
  • EVs as Virtual Power Plants

B.Smart Grids for Smart Cities

  • Common Automation and IT Layer for Smart City Infrastructure Domains
  • Smart Street Lighting
  • Smart Transport
  • Smart Security
  • Combined billing and customer care systems for all utilities in a smart city
  • Common GIS map for all domains in a smart city

C. Foundational Blocks for Smart Grids

  • Learnings from Smart Grid Projects
  • Smart Microgrids for Campuses, Railway Stations, Sea Ports, Airports, Industrial Parks,  Military Bases, Hotels, Hospitals, Slums and Commercial Complexes
  • Cyber Physical Security of the Critical Infrastructure
  • Standards and Interoperability of Equipment and Systems
  • Communications Solutions for Smart Grids and Smart Cities

D.Technology Trends

  • Demand Flexibility
  • Digital Utility
  • Customer Engagement Strategies and Social Media for Utilities
  • Grid Interactive Buildings
  • Energy Storage Technologies

E.Disruptive Innovations for Utilities

  • Machine Learning
  • Wearable Devices
  • Blockchain
  • AI, Robotics, Drones
  • Deploying IoT and Augmented Reality Technologies for the Smart Grids
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