RESOLVD Final Event
On February 23rd and 24th, the final public event of the RESOLVD project took place in a digital format. On the first half-day session, the project partners presented the pilot site itself, the developed hardware and secured software components including a demo. The presentation of an interesting policy white paper at this area followed by a panel discussion with expert at that field concluded the first day. The first half-day session was held in a webinar format.
On the second half-day session targeted stakeholders, which were interested on the outcome of RESOLVD could discuss directly collaboration opportunities with the consortium members. In three interactive break-out sessions matchmaking possibilities were discussed.
The event was organized by the Smart Innovation Norway, who also led through the program.
In total, there were 79 participants from 17 countries with a strong turnout from both industry and academia.
The live stream of the event can be accessed via the links below where you can find both the slide decks of each presentation.
Plenary session – Day 1
Welcome (RESOLVD Innovation Manager: Heidi Tuiskula, Smart Innovation Norway)
Introduction to the RESOLVD (RESOLVD Project Coordinator: Prof. Joaquim Meléndez, Universitat de Girona)
Use cases and demonstration from the pilot (Joana Alsina Sánchez, EyPESA)
Break: (10 mins)
Presentation of the RESOLVD results and achievements (12 + 3min Q&A)
Power Electric Device (Francisco Diaz Gonzalez Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)
PMU & Edge Computing + Smart Gateway (Miha Smolnikar, Comsensus)
Low Voltage Distribution Decision Support Toolkit (Prof. Joaquim Meléndez, Universitat de Girona)
Cybersecurity (Heribert Vallant, Joanneum Research)
Integration middleware & RESOLVD complete solution (Isidoros Kokos, Intracom Telecom)
Policy white paper (Prof. Andreas Sumper, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)
Break (10 mins)
Panel discussion: Accommodating Renewables in the Low Voltage Grid
A call to arms: How do we build on RESOLVD?
Closing words, next steps (Heidi Tuiskula, Smart Innovation Norway)