EnRiMa Final Review held in Brussels

The 28 May, Janis and I went to the final review meeting of the FP7 EU project EnRiMa. The purpose of the EnRiMa project has been to reduce the energy consumption in public buildings by providing an innovative decision support system. During the review meeting the consortium demonstrated how the final system worked. Particular emphasis was put the systems integration with building management systems, making is possible for the system to control equipment installed in the building based on preferred indoor temperatures, weather forecasts and minimized energy consumption. Stockholm University has been the coordinator of the project, and has worked with the systems software and information architecture, graphical user interface and the evaluation of the system.
For further information on the project visit http://enrima-project.eu

The EnRiMa review


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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