Smart Energy Living Lab

Smart Energy Living Lab

Demonstrator for a self-balancing smart grid node

Smart Energy Living Lab

Our demonstrator in the Smart Energy Living Lab is set up as a smart grid node that makes decentrally-generated energy available. A software program monitors, controls and manages the system and stores signals and information in a database.

The self-balancing, authentic smart grid node integrates various energy technology devices, including different actuators and sensors, (intelligent) electricity meters (Ipswitch, Pac Sentron), photovoltaic systems and solar batteries. In addition to developing a corresponding software architecture for monitoring, controlling and managing the system, we also created a mobile application that makes it possible to remotely monitor and manage the devices. Apart from monitoring the energy flow in the demonstrator, the integrated control system also allows the energy consumption to be adjusted at any time.

An additional goal is the development of an interface for determining what type of data is needed to link the different smart grid nodes (smart homes, e-vehicle batteries) with one another.

Dr. Markus Duchon

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Dr. Markus Duchon

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duchon@fortiss.org

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WagnerTechDAI-Labor - TU BerlinSIEMENSImperial College LondonKTH -  Royal Institute of TechnologyFraunhofer FOKUSKIT - Karlsruher Institut für TechnologieHIIT - Helsinki Institute for Information TechnologyCWI - Centrum Wiskunde & InformaticaTechnische Universität DelftDFKI  Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche IntelligenzTU BerlinINRIA GrenobleSICS