Smart Grid self-healing

  • A novel self-healing algorithms running on the power distribution network to avoid power disruption caused by short-circuits, climatic phenomena and animals.
  • Enable critical power infrastructures to self-heal imminently from failures along the transportation network.
  • Guarantee Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication (URLLC) capabilities for this mission-critical use case.
  • Use advanced network slicing technologies over the end-to-end network segments.
  • Applicable to guarantee the Quality of Service (QoS) for different business use cases with diverging QoS requirements.
  • Deployed in Porto, Portugal, in collaboration with EFACEC and Portugal Telecom in the EU 5G SliceNet project.