Modelado de sensores basado en la Arquitectura MDA para microrredes eléctricas

Elvis Eduardo Gaona García, Cesar Leonardo Trujillo Rodríguez, Víctor Daniel Angulo Morales

Resumen


En este artículo se propone un modelo basado en la arquitectura MDA (Model Driven Architecture) para el diseño de una red de sensores inalámbricos que monitorea variables de tensión y corriente en una microrred eléctrica. Se describen sus componentes, el módulo sensor, el módulo de procesamiento, y por último el de transmisión de los datos.

También se propone un modelo de toma de decisiones compuesto poruna carga, la red principal y una fuente de generación con un sistema de almacenamiento de energía.


Palabras clave


redes de sensores inalámbricos, Arquitectura MDA, Microgrilla, sistemas de micro-almacenamiento.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15765/e.v6i6.836

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