Stabiliz-E project is an Indo-European collaboration under the New INDIGO Partnership Program. This three year project started in 2014 with fortiss as the project coordinator.
The key goals of Stabiliz-E project are:
- Design and implement low cost real-time monitoring and control devices to be deployed in remote and cost dependent regions.
- Devise and deploy, via the low cost infrastructure, automatic methodologies to analyze, decide, and reconfigure in near real time the network.
The Stabiliz-E targets micro and small smart networks, which facilitate integration of these energy sources locally and regionally. Therefore the project will address:
- Identifying real case scenarios where renewal energies combined with availability and QoS is pursuit, defining the requirements and guidelines to implement in the project.
- Developing real-time data monitoring and control platform for distributed low or medium power network, focusing on the communication, use of sensors and need of data exchange between grid components.
- Data processing mechanisms for the prognosis of faults and failures in the system, as well as real-time decision and actions capability in the network.
The project intends to provide a cost-effective infrastructure and functional solution to combine local renewable energy sources with a high level of energy availability and sufficient quality of service for every day use.
Partners collaborating in the project are: