18th Work Meeting – Smart Metering needs Smart Communication

5 February 2015 at imec – Leuven

Smart Metering needs Smart Communication

This workshop will be organised in collaboration with Smart Grids Flanders (www.smartgridsflanders.be), the member organisation that promotes the roll out of smart energy grids, in Flanders and internationally.

The programma includes both oral presentations and demos, including:

  • existing and emerging wireless/PLC/cable communication standards for smart metering
  • software-defined multi-standard multi-technology communication technology
  • regulation for smart metering in a European context
  • use cases of smart metering in electrcity, water and gas distribution networks
  • smart metering and monitoring in the grid infrastructure
  • smart metering for residential applications
  • proof-of-concepts and pilot studies for smart metering
Location

imec, Kapeldreef 75, 3001 Heverlee

Programme
12:30 Registrations
Welcome/coffee
13:00 Introduction
Kris Hermus, Coordinator Wireless Community, imec
Daniel Van Hove, Chairman Home Intelligence working group, Smart Grids Flanders
13:25 A flexible communication module for smart metering including PLC/wireless/cable communication
Filip Louagie, imec and Eli De Poorter, iMinds/UGent/IBCN
13:50 Current market and technology evolutions in smart metering
Tristan Ceulemans and Ben Vermeulen, Elster EnergyICT
14:10 Software-upgradeable multi-standard solutions for power line communication
Dirk De Keukeleere, AnSem (in collaboration with NXP and Emweb)
14:30 DEMO SESSION and COFFEE BREAK
Wireless connectivity for smart metering
Andy Dewilde, imec
Multi-technology collaboration
Peter Ruckebusch, iMinds/UGent/IBCN
Software-defined module for PLC communication
Dirk De Keukeleere and Wim Pauwels, AnSem
Johan Van Ginderdeuren, NXP Semiconductors
Long-range wireless communication: LoRa base station + sensor prototypes
Joeri Uyttendaele, Lode Van Halewyck and Pierre Verbruggen, Actility
Today’s radio technologies for tomorrow’s smart water valve
Hydroko and Quicksand
Live demo of a working smart valve/meter, with Sigfox communication technology. Remote monitoring and control via a cloud-based solution, generation and analysis of metering data, and alarm generation.
Smart home services
Bert Verlinden, ffthplay
Smart energy monitoring for residential customers
Hans Delabie, Smappee
Interference monitoring in ISM bands
Sven De Coster, CN Rood
Imecinteract – enabling innovations in Flanders
Benny Graindourze, imec
PRESENTATIONS – SMART METERING : THE DSO PERSPECTIVE
15:10 Smart metering, a DSO perspective
Jasper Claeys, Eandis
15:30 Connectivity in Smart Homes
Peter Van Den Heede, ABB N.V.
15:50 Actility – Smart utility use cases powered by LoRa technology
Lode Van Halewyck, Actility
16:10 Today’s radio technologies for tomorrow’s smart water valve
Dirk Indigne, Hydroko and Lieven Hollevoet, Quicksand
SMART METERING : THE CONSUMER PERSPECTIVE
16:30 User experience: the customer requirements for smart energy in the home
Katriina Kilpi, iMinds/VUB/SMIT
16:40 Smart energy monitoring for residential customers: technology and applications
Hans Delabie, Smappee
17:00 Connecting the smart meter to enable smart home services
Bert Verlinden, fifthplay
17:20 Conclusions + Discussion
Networking reception

 

 

 

 

 

Registration

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Registrations can be cancelled until January 29, 2015. After this date the complete registration fee will be charged. Please send an email to registration@wireless-community.be to cancel your registration.

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