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Utilities and Energy

Webinar: Seestadt Aspern a showcase for the migration to a smart urban energy system.

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Seestadt Aspern is a ‘Living Lab’ colliding existing and prototype technologies to create a state of the art urban energy system based on three key facets.

We discuss the R&D work in progress across the three areas. Look at the impact of upcoming technology developments and most importantly how the three domains interact. Modelling scenarios and looking at futurescope.
Finally we show how the most promising models and scenarios are optimised under real world conditions in a “living Lab”.

Finally we show how the most promising models and scenarios are optimised under real world conditions in a “living Lab”.

Join this webinar to see the future of urban energy systems in action.

Reasons to attend the webinar:
  • Smart Buildings / Smart Prosumers: The roles and options available to each in a smart energy system.

  • Smart Markets: The interconnecting and optimising role they play and how this ecosystem enables new opportunities.

  • Smart Grids: As a facilitator for Smart energy systems. This webinar gives an overview about the project setup and the expected results.

Speakers:
Siemens AG
Alexander Schenk, Principal Key Expert - Smart Distribution Grid
Gerhard Engelbrecht, Key Expert - Data Analytics
Jaroslaw Kussyk, Innovation Manager - Smart Grid Architect and Senior Key Expert
Lukas Krammer, Senior expert - Automation Networks and Smart Buildings
30

Oct

2015

2:00 - 3:00 PM
(GMT +1)

(Duration - 60 minutes)

ATTENDANCE FEE - FREE

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