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smARt Monitoring Of distribUtion netwoRks for robust power quality

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    Switzerland, May 30 -- Project Id: 103981

    Description: 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.

    Grant agreement ID: 890844


    Ongoing project

    Start date

    15 October 2020

    End date

    14 October 2022

    Funded under


    Overall budget

    € 191 149,44

    EU contribution

    € 191 149,44

    Country: Switzerland

    Sector: Banking, Financial Services & Insurance,Funding Agencies

    Address: DEPSYS SA Address Route Du Verney 20 B 1070 Puidoux Switzerland


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