U.S. Navy Smart-Grid: Designing for Enterprise Integration, Cybersecurity, and Resiliency
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Dr. Christopher Clark, Chemical Engineer, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona DivisionTo reduce energy costs, increase operational efficiencies, provide control systems (CS)/ operational technology (OT) cybersecurity, and improve U.S. Naval Shore Enterprise resiliency, the U.S. Navy has embarked on an advanced effort to build enterprise “Smart-Grid.” This smart-grid will be deployed across the U.S. Naval Enterprise, in a priority manner, from Norfolk to Guam. This presentation on U.S. Navy Smart-Grid capability development will give an introduction to the system (objective and scope), detail the prototyping, requirements development, and systems engineering processes, detail the design and implementation to-date, discuss future plans, compare to academic smart-grids (University of California, Riverside and University of California, San Diego), and provide insight into system challenges and “lessons learned.” The U.S. Navy Smart-Grid is a leading edge system that has the potential to transform the way the Naval Shore enterprise both day-to-day and in crisis, but the design process and detailed considerations presented here should be taken to heart toward implementation success.
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