Smart grid technology to monitor power quality
In recent years, smart grid technology has featured increasingly in private life as well as industrial processes. This has led to a boost in research on and improvement of smart grids, with general awareness also increasing. Despite this, there is a lack of well-developed smart grid technologies, due to their slow rate of acceptance. One of the existing challenges is the inability to trace the source of power quality issues. The EU-funded ARMOUR project aims to tackle these problems by researching smart grid technologies, and with the assistance of data collected from forerunners like DEPsys, developing a technology that will assist with the prevention and diagnosis of such power quality issues.
Field of science
- /natural sciences/computer and information sciences/artificial intelligence/machine learning
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