Norwegian Centre for Offshore Wind Energy (NORCOWE) is an interdisciplinary resource center for the exploitation of offshore wind energy as a natural and sustainable energy resource.
The main goal of Aeolus is to research and develop models that allow real-time predictions of flows and incorporate measurements from a set of spatially distributed sensor devices. In Aeolus we will use the flow information as a basis for new control paradigms that acknowledge the uncertainty in the modelling and dynamically manage the flow resource in order to optimize specific control objectives.
SPIR - iPower
iPower is a strategic platform where universities and industrial partners consolidate innovation and research activities for the purpose of developing intelligent control of decentralized power consumption. It is an ongoing task in iPower to produce the right tools to manage millions of flexible consumption units, as well as to uncover methods of operation in search of a way to run distribution with flexible power generation. Methods for identification of user needs and acceptance of flexible consumer units are being tested in practice.
Smart & Cool
The objective of the project is to develop control methods for smart grids. The main focus is on the coordination of consumption, coordination of production, and on maintaining the overall energy balance.
Efficient Distribution of Green Energy
The project EDGE aims to improve integration of wind energy in the power grid by effective coordination of both electricity generation and consumption.
SPIR – Patient@home
The Patient@home project aims at improving the health sector through technology-supported treatment, monitoring and rehabilitation in the patient’s own home – before, during and after hospitalization.
The aim of the Exo-Aider project is to develop a lightweight upper-body exoskeleton for elderlies and individuals with physical disabilities.
Smart Control of Energy Distribution Grids over Heterogeneous Communication Networks
The SmartC2Net project will develop, implement and validate robust solutions that enable Smart Grid operation on top of heterogeneous off-the-shelf communication infrastructures with varying properties.
SPIR – Platform for Future Production
The overall research ambitions of this project have been formulated based on three business functionalities identified as central to the future competitiveness of Danish industry: rapid product & production development, model-based production and complexity management.
The CodeMe project establishes theoretical foundations for analysis and control of polynomial dynamical systems, and develops scalable numerical method for the generation of certificates of positivity. The methods are applied to Lyapunov stability analysis and safety verification.
The aim of the WallMoBot project is to develop a wall-mounting robot that alleviates heavy lifts from construction sites. The project will employ physical human-robot interaction for controlling the robot.