Intelligent All-rounder

The Institute of Computer Technology at the TU Wien, in cooperation with several Austrian research partners, develops an intelligent switching device for energy management in industrial and commercial settings. The ongoing increase in renewable energy sources create an increased demand for intelligent and flexible components to face the new challenges… Details

Conference: SESWA 2017

The Smart Energy Systems Week Austria 2017 Conference was held in the Messe Congress in Graz. About 300 national and international experts got together, including speakers from Canada. Details

Conference ISIE 2017

RASSA-architecture presentation in ISIE 2017 Details

Studie Topologieerkennungsalgorithmen

A switch state detection algorithm was developed by Austrian Institute of Technology.  With switch state detection, it shall be possible to recognize the state of the switches in a grid based on voltage and current measurements of the grid. The tasks of the project is to first perform a state of the art analysis in this research area and to evaluate and analyse the available algorithm, in order be able to implement it in future applications, like the “intelligent low voltage grid” of the project GRID2020. Details

Grid2020-DEMO 07/2013 – 12/2014

This project is an extension of the project Grid2020-DEMO. Details

Grid2020-DEMO 06/2012 – 06/2013

This project is an extension of the project Grid2020-DEMO. Details

Grid2020-DEMO 09/2011 – 05/2012

In the context of numerous demonstration activities and pilot deployments of Smart Grid technologies in Austria, the need for a testing environment for automation components, smart grid controllers and their  parameterization became obvious. The project is a cooperation between Siemens Austria AG and Vienna University of Technology. Details

Projektabschluss ICT4RobustGrid

Multi-agent systems (MAS) are able to cope with complex tasks in various areas of daily life. An application field is the electric power grid and research approaches towards smart grids. Due to the increased complexity, sole control by the human seems impossible and thus high-performance assistance control systems are required. In order to use multi-agent systems, an efficient and fault-tolerant ICT infrastructure that is feasible for the task of remote control solutions, is needed. ICT4RobustGrid analyses existing structures and compares them with the requirements of a MAS and provides a road map for a possible
transition from a centralized to a decentralized control system in the power supply grid. Details

ComForEn 2015 Call for Papers

6th Symposium on Communications for Energy Systems   07. September 2015:  Workshops + Evening Event 08. September 2015:  Symposium 11. September 2015:  Industry Day Coordinated with: 2015 CIGRE/IEEE International Symposium on Smart Electric Distribution Systems and Technologies (EDST 2015) “From pilot projects to roll out of Smart Grid solutions” (08.-11. September 2015)… Details

ComForEn 2014 – 5th Symposium on Communications for Energy Systems Industry day

Industry Day Smart and Secure Secondary Substations 01.10.2014, 10:00-17:00 AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Giefinggasse 2, 1210 Wien, Austria The ComForEn 2014 Industry Day brings together equipment providers and grid operators. The event aims to exchange experience and information on latest developments in the context of secondary substation technology. The… Details