FUture Smart Energy

FUSE explores and demonstrates the application of technologies based on artificial Intelligence to increase the resilience and stability of the future energy grid and support the incorporation of an increasing percentage of renewable energy sources. The future energy grid will have a cellular structure with various different assets in the cells monitored and controlled by smart information and communication technology to balance local production and consumption, to control bidirectional energy flows between and within grid-cells, and to minimize system failures, a hierarchical data-flow architecture using artificial intelligence for distributed data processing is developed.

Duration: 01.08.2018 till 31.12.2021
Donee: German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence GmbH
Sponsor: Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action
Projektträger Jülich
Grant number: This project is funded from Project Management Jülich with federal funds of the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy grant no. 0350025A.

Easy Smart Grid GmbH, Karlsruhe
Technische Universität Berlin
ALL4IP Technologies GmbH & Co. KG, Darmstadt
Jubic Oy, Vaasa
ABB Oy, Vaasa
University of Vaasa
Teknologian Tutkimuskeskus VTT Oy, Espoo

Application Field: Electric Mobility
Logistics, Production and Consumer
SAR- & Security Robotics

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