Since its creation in 2012, DEPsys has participated in a series of research projects with DSOs, academia and governmental organizations, and continues to be active in that field.
Since GridEye has reached product stability with version 2, more and more DSOs joined the journey and integrated the solution in their live environments to overcome various challenges in their grids.
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Forces Motrices de l’Avançon
Services Industriels de Lausanne
Services Industriels de Nyon
Services Industriels de Yverdon-les-Bains
The objectives of this SMILE follow-up projects are the further development of algorithms for the low-voltage grid based on the model-less sensitivity coefficient estimation, the testing of the new REINE laboratory, under development at HEIG-VD, as well as the development of protections strategies against Cyberattack, also to be tested on the new REINE laboratory.
The SCCER-FURIES envisions the enabling of seamless and sustainable powering of Swiss citizens’ houses, businesses, and communities, by developing and demonstrating with the Distribution and Transmission network operators the essential knowledge and technologies for a sustainable and stable electrical infrastructure of the future which integrates cleaner and reliable power supplies and storage facilities.
GridEye V3 (CTI)
Between February 1st, 2015 and June 30, 2016, this CTI project (Commission for technology and innovation) developed a demonstrator platform for monitoring and control, including a multi-modal communication infrastructure.
The first GridEye test project has been conducted with Romande Energie and Service des Energies in Yverdon-les-Bains between August 1st, 2014 and June 30, 2015.
DEPsys was the main industrial partner of the SMILE project of SFOE (Swiss Federal Office of Energy) which lasted from January 1st, 2014 to July 25, 2016, and which studied and developed algorithms for monitoring and control of a low-voltage grid.