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Energy ECS Shines at SSI 2024 with Tyndall’s Ground-breaking Presentation

Last week at SSI 2024 in Hamburg, the Energy ECS project took center stage as Tyndall, NetFeasa, and CSEM showcased their collaborative efforts in developing a cutting-edge simulation model. Eoin Ahern’s, from Tyndall, presentation highlighted the innovative dry container asset tracking platform, a testament to the project’s commitment to smart, sustainable solutions. The integration of Tyndall’s simulation model with NetFeasa’s IoTPASS wireless sensors and CS…
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Exciting technological developments in Energy ECS Drone Zone use case

Author: Edoardo Sebastiani & Marco Ambrosio (Politecnico di Torino) With DroneZone use case, the goal is to build an ecosystem based on drones capable of missions over large geographic areas, using buses as docks to draw energy from and travel between destinations, as well as independent PV based charging stations in remote areas. To achieve this result, on 6-7th February 2024, Energy ECS team went to PIC4SeR (Politecnico di Torino Interdepartmental Centre…
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World’s first pre-certified Plug & Charge-capable AC charging controller

Author: Ralf Tschiersch, aixACCT We are proud to present the world’s first pre-certified charging controller for the Hubject Plug&Charge ecosystem. With our new controller, which can also be installed as an upgrade to our existing series, we enable charging station manufacturers to support current and future requirements in a cost-effective and flexible way. The development of the controller was part of the Energy ECS project, which runs until the end of 2024…
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Tietoevry Unveils the Path to a Greener Future with Smart Energy Solutions

As global consciousness shifts towards the urgent need for sustainability, Tietoevry, a leader in technology with a strong Nordic heritage, steps forward as a torchbearer in the journey towards a sustainable energy transition. On January 9, 2024, Tietoevry shared their vision in the compelling article, “Smarter Energy for a Green and Sustainable Energy Transition,” casting light on how technology will underpin our green future. Rethinking Energy with Technology T…
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Energy ECS Kicks Off the Year with a Landmark Consortium Meeting

The dawn of the new year brought with it a defining moment for Energy ECS as we embarked on a two-day consortium meeting that would lay the path for our future endeavors. Day 1 of the meeting was led by our insightful Use Case (UC) leaders who orchestrated in-depth preparation sessions for each UC. These conversations allowed for a granular examination of our work, ensuring that every participant was aligned and ready to contribute effectively. The meticulous pre…
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Energy ECS Makes a Mark at the CHIPS JU Launch Event

The atmosphere buzzed with innovation and forward-thinking as the CHIPS JU Launch Event unfolded in Brussels. It was a gathering that brought together some of the brightest minds and frontrunners in the energy sector, and amidst them, Energy ECS made a significant impact. Over the course of the two-day event, Energy ECS took the stage to unveil their latest contributions to the energy landscape. With an air of anticipation, attendees were treated to a showcase of…
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An innovative system for battery monitoring and diagnostics at cell-level based on electrochemical impedance spectroscopy

Author: Roberta Ramilli, University of Bologna (IUNET) Batteries are transforming the technology of mobility and transport in all modes (airborne, naval, rail, road, by heavy vehicles, and off-road). Many research directions are aimed at allowing for full supervision and control of the battery system. In the publication “Binary Sequences for Online Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy of Battery Cells” is presented a technique to perform the online diagno…
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Digitization of the Distribution Grid to Support e-Mobility Charging Infrastructure

Author: Gerd vom Bögel, Fraunhofer IMS This article shows a use case of the Energy ECS project , in which the development and realization of suitable components for condition monitoring of electrical  distribution grids is carried out. By means of suitable sensor systems, communication and IT infrastructure components, relevant information on network infrastructure elements at neuralgic points is collected, aggregated and communicated. This information can b…
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Energy ECS and RISE: Innovations in Energy Efficiency Unveiled at Sensors Converge

In the recent ‘Sensors Converge’ event held from June 20-22, 2023, Energy ECS ‘s Swedish partner, RISE, presented first results from their collaborative research in the session ‘Extending Battery Life to Empower the IoT/IIoT’. One of the discussed Use Cases from Energy ECS project under discussion was the ‘UC2A Smart Containers’. The UC has successfully extended battery life for over a decade by using photovoltaic energy harvesting. This technology optimizes cons…
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Revolutionizing Structural Health Monitoring and Data Communication with Directional Multi-Frequency Guided Waves

Author: Federica Zonzini (Unibo, IUNET) In the ever-evolving field of structural health monitoring (SHM) and acoustic data communication, a ground-breaking development has emerged that promises to reshape the way we gather information from hard-to-reach places and harsh environments. Our recent publication, titled “Directional Multi-Frequency Guided Waves Communications Using Discrete Frequency-Steerable Acoustic Transducers,” introduces a game-changing technolog…
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