We have successfully concluded our fourth plenary meeting in Athens hosted by ERRA. We covered lots of ground both technically in an extensive testing session, as well as in reference to our exploitation strategy in a dedicated exploitation workshop. We are now looking forward to starting the roll-out of the fully integrated eco-bot solution to […]
The eco-bot team participated in an exploitation strategy seminar where we analyzed our expected Key Exploitable Results and concluded our Business Model Canvas under the guidance of our external expert in an EU sponsored and designed crash course.
The eco-bot team plenary meeting took place on May 15&16th in Berlin Germany at the offices of Adelphi, where the project status was discussed and the first rollout of the eco-bot platform at the three pilots was planned for next month.
The eco-bot project was discussed by our very own Farah Cheaib of Estabannel in the relative energy transition session at the Startup Olé 2019 event in Salamanca Spain. You can find more information on the session in this Linkedin post.
Eco-bot was presented in a session by Estabanell to Masters student from the select program in UPC Barcelona and KTH Sweden. The students learned about the project, the technology behind it, and it’s progress. Afterwards they also performed an activity to see what they could learn about their energy consumption with a tool like eco-bot. […]
Estabanell won the Innovation prize for the year of 2018 by the Cambra de Comerç de Barcelona, the prize was given for innovation activities performed at Estabanell, of which Eco-Bot forms part. This prize was presented on November 20, 2018, where this video was shown outlining innovation projects performed at Estabanell. You can find more […]
The eco-bot project was presented at the “The Next Day for Energy Efficiency” International Workshop hosted by the ELTRUN E-business research center of the Athens University of Economics and Business on November 7th 2018 Among the participants were representatives of ten energy efficiency research & innovation projects funded by the EU Horizon 2020 funding scheme. […]
The second plenary progress meeting of the eco-bot project hosted by the University of Economics in Katowice was held on October 16th & 17th 2018 in Poland. In the course of this two-day plenary meeting, all partners had the chance to present their progress and discuss the future plans of the project implementation.
Teams from the University of Strathclyde and Plegma Labs participated at the EU NILM Workshop 2018, hosted at Fraunhofer-inHaus-Center, Duisburg, Germany with major takeaways for the eco-bot project especially from the dedicated Energy Disaggregation Algorithms presentation session. Looking forward to participating in next year’s workshop which will probably be held in Greece!
eco-bot was presented in the Building Energy Efficiency workshop in Athens, an official EUSEW Energy Day event co-organized by seven Research & Innovation Horizon 2020 projects