DFKI is one of the founding members of EIT-funded Knowledge and Innovation Community “ICT-Labs”. Within this initiative, RIC participates in two activities in 2012, namely in “Future Scenarios…” and in “European Virtual …”. Both activities have the objective to generate innovation and marketable results in the thematic area of “Smart Energy Systems” (i.e. the electricity nets of the future) on the basis of on-going and/or recently completed R&D projects.
|Duration:||01.01.2012 till 31.12.2012|
|Donee:||German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence GmbH|
|Partner:||CWI, TU Berlin, Siemens, TU Delft, Imperial, Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, KIT, TUM/CDTM, Ericsson, Create-Net, KTH, SICS, EICT GmbH, Trento RISE, University Paris XI (Sud), VTT, TU Delft, FORTISS|
|Application Field:||Electric Mobility|
DFKI is one of the founding members of the “ICT-Labs” Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) funded by the European Institute for Innovation and Technology (EIT). ICT-Labs support a number of activities with the general objective to create innovation and marketable results from on-going or recently completed R&D projects.
ICT-Labs supports a number of “Action Lines” focused on different thematic areas. In 2012, DFKI RIC participates in two activities in “Smart Energy Systems” (ASES), an Action Line dedicated to the support of ICT solutions for the energy net of the future.ul
- “11830 Future Scenarios in Smart Energy Systems with InnoEnergy KIC” establishes a connection to the InnoEnergy KIC and identifies future markets and technical development areas with a high potential. RIC contributes our experience in the area of electric vehicles (which will become a major prosumer of electric energy in the future) to this activity.
- “11814 European Virtual Smart Grid Laboratory” analyzes and documents research environments, tools and data sources supported by the ICT-Labs partners and makes them available to the KIC for future R&D projects and/or commercial usage when possible.
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