• Vienna Smart City

European Utility Week [Oct. 3rd-5th, 2017]:

AICO visit the European Utility Week, 3rd-5th October 2017, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, which is the platform to discuss European strategy to achieve a smooth transition towards a low carbon energy supply. In particular, we also attend the co-located public ERA-NET SMART GRIDS PLUS events, including the match-making session. See our offers and request a meeting as you like.

European Utility Week features:
- A 3-day programme, including a high-level strategic Summit and free-to-attend Hub Sessions
- 12,000 international visitors
- 400 utilities represented
- 450 high level speakers
- 600 exhibitors from all major value streams
- Access to 4 co-located events including EMART Energy, Initiate!, Energy Revolution Europe & Intelligent Buildings Europe.

With this link you can register for a FREE visitor pass to meet us at the event (including access to the Hub Sessions and all co-located events).

https://registration.n200.com/survey/00whvpirrrxxx?actioncode=EUW926

EuCNC 2017 [June 12th-15th, 2017]:

We continue our investigation of 5G development, in particular the Network Services and Management topics, at the European Conference on Networks and Communications, June 12th-15th 2017, Oulu, Finland. At the NetWorld2020/5G-PPP SME-Group booth we have a poster showing what we can bring to R&D, and are present at appointed times to meet you and discuss options for cooperation.

The Second Global 5G Event [Nov. 8th, 2016]:

AICO is participating in this 5G-PPP event “Enabling the 5G EcoSphere”, November 9th-10th 2016, Rome, Italy, to meet potential project partners and learn about recent developments. Our offer as potential Partner is summarised in the linked PDF file. 

5G Network Services

>> See dedicated page in activity

Smart Grids

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Interoperability

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More efficient energy consumption

  • Energy consumption risen about 30%
  • The biggest energy consumers overtakes of the world the USA in 2010
  • In 2011 80% of the produced electricity came from coal-fired power stations. With the stream production capacity coal has a portion of 67%, the rest is cancelled to water power and to smaller parts on gas and wind.
  • Production can save by application of modern systems more than 30%
  • Where it can be saved, point the Monitoringsystme
  • Independent, mobile monitoring
  • Building monitoring indicates energy sinner
  • Efficiency increase means less energy consumption, less CO2
  • Clean, pure air

 

M2M tests of Roaming services

It is important in the Today's Mobile Apps economy that customers from mobile suppliers receive a dynamic service. In a world with increasing holiday traffic and decreasing customer loyalty mobile operators must maintain a certain experience quality for consumers of outgoing Roaming services.

In the past tests were often finished by End-to-End-Robots in data centres distributed in the whole world. Indeed, this method has only restricted effectiveness, because these static robots test services always under the equal conditions instead of testing the experience of a real Roaming customer. If travelling New York visits park, Metropolitan museum or Times Square wants to explore those in all probability popular aims like Central and, besides, moves dynamically through the town. With static tests it would be to be understood for a supplier impossibly how the service experience of the visitor is influenced, while he moves from a place on the other hand or stays at a popular place which is not covered by a static robot.

 

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