Blockchain underpins so much of what DELTA is trying to achieve through our Virtual Node concept and the Fog-Enabled Intelligent Device. But what are some of the key elements of blockchain and where does the technology fit into the energy sector?
In our digital future, there will be billions of connected devices. The aim of the European Commission Communication on ICT Standarisation Priorities for the Digital Single Market aims to ensure that all these devices will be able to connect and share data with each other.
As we look ahead to our goals and milestones for 2019, we also wanted to take a look back at one the project highlights for 2018. In early November Vienna, Austria saw the gathering of some of the world’s biggest players in the energy sector for European Utility Week 2018 and DELTA was among the…
As August came to a close the DELTA project partners gathered in Cyprus for our first plenary meeting. This marked the first occasion since our kick-off meeting in May that the 10 project partners met in person to discuss DELTA’s progress and provide plans for what is to come as the project matures. The venue…
Representatives from the Centre for Research and Technology, Hellas (CERTH), the DELTA project coordinator, presented some of the core ideas and innovations of DELTA at the 2018 International Conference on Innovations in Intelligent Systems and Applications (INISTA), sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
The Delta kick-off meeting was hosted by the Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH) in Thessaloiki between the 7th and 8th May, 2018. All ten project partners and the European Commission were represented at the two-day meeting hosted by the project coordinator CERTH in the second largest city in Greece.
A new three-year project, funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Programme, will seek to build a framework that can better respond to peak load demands for electricity across Europe. The DELTA project was launched in Thessaloniki, Greece, on 7 May 2018.