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
Eco-bot partner Estabanell met with InnoEnergy Master Students from UPC and KTH to discuss the eco-bot project and give them feedback on the work they developed around the project throughout the year (including work on psychological reasoning, reward system, prototype, and business model). The students presented the eco-bot project and their own work based […]
The first progress meeting of the eco-bot project hosted by Plegma Labs was held in the beautiful and historic area of Marathon (Athens) on May 3rd – May 4th 2018. 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 […]
The eco-bot acknowledged paper titled “Electricity Usage Profile Disaggregation of Hourly Smart Meter Data” produced by the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering of the University of Strathclyde has been accepted and will be presented at the International NILM workshop to be held in March 2018 in Texas USA. – For more info on the […]
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