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Flexible power consumption requires fully aut...

Flexible power consumption requires fully automated devices Professor Henrik Madsen from DTU Compute believes that researchers and practitioners under the CITIES-project have broken the code for how electricity companies and other actors can enable flexible consumption. In an interview with ienergi.dk, published in July 2018, Madsen talks about automation, artificial intelligence, software and big data in …

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CITIES Data Management System

One of the systemic cornerstones of CITIES Innovation Center is the CITIES Data Management system. The system includes an administration interface, a web-based data processing and algorithm implementations, various analytics results visualization and embed charts in a web page. An in-depth description of the system is coming soon. In the meantime, please read more here

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Cyber physical modelling

The projects on cyber physical modelling includes cloud-based approaches to integration of energy systems powered by the intelligent use of data. Cyber physical modelling is a facilitating software model to design 100% renewable energy systems. Further description and insights into the project is coming soon. In the meantime, please read more here

Smart Control of Houses

The project solution on smart control of houses involves cloud-based solutions, data analytics, energy systems integration and smart buildings research. Further description and insights into the project is coming soon. In the meantime please read more here

Continuous Time Stochastic Modelling

 The project on continuous time stochastic modelling (CTSM) is very useful for grey-box modelling of physical systems using data. The grey-box modelling approach bridges the gap between physical and statistical modelling. The solution is widely used for estimating and identifying models for physical systems, like the heat dynamics of a building, the hydraulics in a …