Bachelor Thesis: Design and Implementation of a Right and Role Management System for the fortiss Smart Energy Living Lab

Abstract:

This thesis introduces concepts regarding access control for the Smart Energy Lab. Implementing a straightforward right and role management, along with a low-level permissions checking mechanism, this design addresses safety and security concerns while conforming to the central principles of Smart Grids, such as high extendibility. Along with the technical solution, a first analysis of the typically encountered actors and their functional permissions is presented.

Author: Luca Cito, 2012

Bachelor Thesis Luca Cito (English)

Bachelor Thesis: Smart Grid-Demonstrator: Office Employee Module

Abstract:

This thesis introduces an IT-system controlling a Smart Micro Grid – the Living Lab demonstrator. The demonstrator is set up in an office environment consisting of a set of home automation devices and external systems. A Service Oriented Architecture was realized following several design principles for a highly extendable distributed system. The whole system is designed to control all connected devices in a way that puts the ideas of the Smart Grid which are focused on energy efficiency and communication between different participants of the grid into practice and will be the base for research projects approaching the subject “Smart Grid” and “Smart Micro Grid” from multiple points of view.

Author: Florian Sellmayr, 2011

Bachelor Thesis Florian Sellmayr (English)

Bachelor Thesis: Smart Grid-Demonstrator: Facility Manager Module

Abstract:

This thesis introduces an IT-system controlling a Smart Micro Grid – the Living Lab demonstrator. The demonstrator is set up in an office environment consisting of a set of home automation devices and external systems. A Service Oriented Architecture was realized following several design principles for a highly extendable distributed system. The whole system is designed to control all connected devices in a way that puts the ideas of the Smart Grid which are focused on energy efficiency and communication between different participants of the grid into practice and will be the base for research projects approaching the subject “Smart Grid” and “Smart Micro Grid” from multiple points of view.

Author: Steffen Bauereiß, 2011

Bachelor Thesis Steffen Bauereiss (English)