Demand Response for short and real-time Efficient And Market based smart Grid Operation

DREAM-GO brings together pioneering research teams in key areas such electrical smart grids and artificial intelligence, and innovative companies with a wide market experience. It is a collaboration between the University of Salamanca (Spain), the Polytechnic Institute of Porto (Portugal), the University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany) as well as ISA Energy Efficiency (Portugal), Nebusens S.L. (Spain) and Discovergy (Germany).

In order to improve the interpretation of retinal images, the BISITE research group developed Altair, a software that expedites and strengthens the analysis of such images, automating tasks that are currently done manually. With regard to previous systems, Altair offers greater precision in the analysis of data having worked on clearing algorithms, which makes it possible to obtain more information from the images, and to do so automatically...

The use of robots to perform complicated and/or dangerous tasks is not new. They have been used for years in the field of health, for surveillance, and for the location and deactivation of explosives, to name only a few examples.

However, the interaction among different robotic devices in an effort to achieve a common goal is much less frequent, and not because robots are conceived and work according to heterogeneous architectures and computing languages, making automated coordination difficult...

 

Reading comprehension is one of the weak points of the educational system. However, as opposed to solving this problem as students continue with their academic preparation, problems associated with reading comprehension are actually <a data-cke-saved-href="extending into adult life.

As part of the research tied to educational technology, the BISITE group has spent the last three years working on the development of a reading comprehension tool for children as part of the TERENCE project...

Technological evolution over recent years (Internet, www, electronic commerce, wireless connection etc.) has led to a new paradigm of "computing as interaction". Under this paradigm, computing is something that is carried out through the communication between computational entities. In this sense, computing is an inherently social activity rather than solitary, leading to new forms of conceiving, designing, developing and managing computational systems. One example of the influence of this viewpoint is the emerging model of software as a service, for example in service-oriented architectures.

Nowadays, having software solutions at one's disposal that enforce autonomy, robustness, flexibility and adaptability of the system to develop is completely necessary. The dynamic agents organizations that auto-adjust themselves to obtain advantages from their environment seems a more than suitable technology to cope with the development of this type of systems. 

PANGEA is a service oriented platform that allows the implemented open MAS to take maximum advantage of the distribution of resources. To this end, all services are implemented as Web Services. Due to its service orientation, different tools modeled with agents that consume Web services can be integrated and operated from the platform, regardless of their physical location or implementation.

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