DEXMA attended the European NILM (Non-Intrusive Low Monitoring) workshop, which had the presence of other companies, utilities and universities. The event took place in London on 6 and 7 November. Oriel Serch and Juan Fernández, from DEXMA, presented the FEEdBACk project, in general, and work package 3, in particular, at this workshop.
DEXMA presented a first view of the NILM module that is going to be developed within the FEEdBACk scope, specifically on Task 3.1 "Load disaggregation application".
The aim of this conference series was to serve as a meeting point where all European researchers working on energy disaggregation in both industry and academia could network, share research and exchange ideas.
After Porto (Portugal) and Lippe (Germany), it was Barcelona's turn to launch the gamification platform on its pilot.
On 26 and 27 November, the FEEdBACk consortium met in Neuchâtel (Switzerland) to analyse the Portuguese demonstrator's first results (Porto)