The EnRiMa project successfully completed the second review

A part of the EnRiMa system demonstrated in Brussels

A part of the EnRiMa system demonstrated in Brussels

The EnRiMa project partners gathered in Brussels 29-30 May to have the projects second review meeting. During the review meeting the prototype of the EnRiMa decisions support system was demonstrated for the reviewers. It was demonstrated how the system based on information about a building, such as existing heating equipment and inner volumes, could calculate the optimal way to manage the building. Furthermore it was demonstrated how the system could collect data from external systems, such as weather forecast providers and installed building management systems. A part of the team that demonstrated the system in Brussels was SysLab members Martin Henkel and Janis Stirna. The SysLab team also includes Wayne Westmoreland that together with Martin has worked on the implementation of the system. The EnRiMa project (Energy Efficiency and Risk Management in Public Buildings) is a European Commission funded collaboration between Stockholm University, University College London, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Minerva Consulting and Communication, SINTEF Group, Tecnalia, and Hidrocantábrico Energía.

Project website: http://www.enrima-project.eu/

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About MartinH

Martin Henkel work as assistant professor at the department of computer and systems sciences, Stockholm University. Martin earned his PhD from The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in 2008 in the area of service oriented information systems. As a member of several international program committees Martin engages in the research areas enterprise modeling, service oriented computing, business value modeling and enterprise capability design. Through research projects and consulting Martin has been involved in domains such as health care, IT system for energy efficiency and information system analysis, design and development.
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