Marcus Meisel

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The goal of the Reference Architecture for Secure Smart Grids in Austria (RASSA) initiative is to design and establish a technical reference architecture specification in coordination with all relevant stakeholders. This goal is realized across multiple projects. This paper first motivates the need for developing a coordinated smart grids reference(More)
Automatisiertes Lastmanagement hat das Potenzial, in einem zukünftigen, mit Kommunikationsinfrastruktur ausgestattetem Stromnetz durch Verschiebung von elektrischen Lasten trotz einer hohen Dichte an erneuerbarer Erzeugung die Leistungsbalance zu gewährleisten. Dieses Paper stellt eine systematische Herangehensweise vor, die eine umfassende Bewertung und(More)
Through the increasing electricity generation from renewable energy sources the power infrastructure not only in Europe received new stimuli to find unique and novel solutions. Especially the integration of information exchange into the infrastructure lead to the definition of the actual research topic of smart grids. Austrian researchers and industry alike(More)
The shift towards massively distributed energy generation demands more decentralized flexibility to meet strict power quality constraints of the electric grid. A cyber-physical system such as a smart grid can provide increased flexibility by utilizing additional information and communication technologies to better monitor the medium and low voltage(More)
Changes in the energy domain have created a high demand for new equipment and strategies to face its new challenges. To this end, stronger coordination between producers and consumers, as well as distributed control gain importance. This demonstration intends to show how developments from the project iniGrid can contribute towards this goal, by utilizing(More)
The project “Reference Architecture for Secure Smart Grids Austria” (RASSA) is developing a foundation for secure, interoperable architecture components dedicated for future smart grids in Austria. A key feature of this blueprint is its tool supported model driven design approach, enabling users to estimate the risk of components introduced into the models(More)
Langtitel Optimizing green energy and grid load by geographical and temporal steering of energy consumption Synopsis The G(e)oGreen projects aims at bringing a different approach to supply demand matching. It considers consumption mobility both in terms of time and space. In particular, electric vehicles and data centers processing tasks can be considered(More)
The Reference Architecture for Secure Smartgrids Austria (RASSA) project aims at developing a secure, interoperable reference architecture for Austrian smart grids. Building on the strength of the project’s consortium, this architecture is being specified in close coordination with all relevant stakeholders in Austria. By instantiating parts of the(More)