Smart Metering System is an integrated system including hardware, software, network and telecommunication platform and receives information such as consumption and other information close to Real Time from the consumer. smart measurements have much more capabilities than conventional devices, including the collection and storage of consumption information, remote disconnection, support for dynamic pricing and prepayment, quality monitoring and definite conditions. Given this adaptability and ease of use, it is natural that the issue of cyber security and privacy is important, so this infrastructure should be able to maintain an acceptable level of privacy and Guarantee reliability in supply against cyber attacks. A smart  measurement grid is a two-way networks and interacts with the customer; In other words, in these types of networks, the customer is introduced not as a consumer but as an active component of the system that has consumption and production. The Fluid Flow Measurement Research Institute is ready to implement smart grids in the context of the Internet of Things (IoT). The Internet of Things connects the various components of a system on a global scale, which can include thousands of different physical components and sensors connected to the Internet wirelessly and wire. These sensors can use different types of regional connections such as RFID, NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Zigbee. The sensors can also have wide connections such as GSM, GPRS, 4G and LTE. Click to perform smart measurement.