The core of a future reliable, robust, profitable electricity supply system based on renewable energies, will be an ICT-based, intelligent network (smart grid).
When developing a smart grid, key issues arise covering a spectrum from technical components to new markets:
Because of the comprehensive expertize in these key issues developed within the ICT for Smart Grids‘ Competence Center, OFFIS is excellently positioned to develop comprehensive, standards-based, decentraLized automation of distribution networks and to integrate them into business and energy market processes. In this context, the Competence Center is working closely with leading partners.
Andre Goering, Juergen Meister, Sebastian Lehnhoff, Peter Herdt, Martin Jung, Matthias Rohr; Proceedings of the 24th CIRED International Conference on Electricity Distribution; 6 / 2017
Christian Delfs; Marion Gottschalk; Mathias Uslar; The Use Case and Smart Grid Architecture Model Approach; 1 / 2017
Blair, SM and Burt, GM and Lof, A and Hänninen, S and Kedra, B and Kosmecki, M and Merino, J and Belloni, FR and Pala, D and Valov, M and others; 2017 CIGRE B5 Colloquium; 2017
Mathias Uslar; Judith Schulte; Davood Babazadeh; Florian Schlögl; Maike Rosinger; Proceeding of the INDIN 2017; 8 / 2017
Sebastian Lehnhoff; Mathias Uslar; Communication, Control and Security Challenges for the Smart Grid; 2 / 2017
Matthias Frohner; Marion Gottschalk; Georg Franzl; Karl Knöbl; Mathias Uslar; Stefan Sauermann; Angela Berger; Postersession der SESWA 2017 Graz; 8 / 2017