Supported by the European Commission, and Technical Co-Sponsored by IEEE, the 25th annual eChallenges e-2015 Conference will take place in Vilnius, Lithuania from 25-27 November 2015.
Authors who missed the extended abstract deadline and wish to submit a Full paper or Workshop proposal for review and consideration for inclusion in the Conference Proceedings and Programme can now make an online submission until 30 June 2015.
Focused on Applied ICT addressing major Societal Challenges, and showcasing strategic keynote presentations, technical and policy papers, case studies and workshops, eChallenges brings together senior representatives from leading commercial, government and research organisations around the world to share knowledge and experience, lessons learnt, good practice and innovation.
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On the 27 and 28 of April, the second review meeting for the SUNSHINE project took place in the beautiful city of Zagreb, Croatia. Over the two days, the consortium has presented their progress to the Project officer of the ICT PSP programme. Overall progress of the project, as well as individual work packages and deliverables, have been assessed and we are proud to conclude that the project is in full deployment and considerable progress has been made over the past year.
The reviewing committee has been taken on location to visit pilot sites and witness first hand the impact of the project by seeing a demonstration of measurement and verification of savings on illumination system in Zagreb, but also a demonstration of a remote measurement system installed in the HEP main building, HEP new main building and HEP restaurant.
The reviewing committee has had valuable feedback for an even more efficient and successful last year of project implementation.
The second SUNSHINE project review meeting will be held from 27-28 April 2015 in Zagreb (Croatia).
The meeting will start with the visit to the pilot location in Zagreb at the evening of the 27th of April. A demonstration of measurement and verification of savings on illumination system will be performed in the HEP Toplinarstvo power plant.
The next day will be devoted to the second year review meeting with the Project Officer, where the overall project progress and the progress of each work package and task will be presented. Various demonstrations, such as SUNSHINE web-client, mobile application, service platform etc., will also be performed. The visit to the HEP pilot locations in Zagreb and demonstration of pilots and installed remote measurement system (HEP main building, HEP new main building and HEP restaurant) will be organized on the afternoon of the 28th of April.
The convention entitled “The digital for the growth and competitiveness of a territory” will be held on Friday, 13 March 2015, at Informatica Trentina S.p.A. premises, in Trento (Italy). The convention, organized by Informatica Trentina S.p.A., aims to promote the importance of digital and media civic, especially in support of democratic participation. The event will give special attention to the women in science and technology, to encourage them to enhance their skills and take an active role in digital society.
Fondazione GraphiTech will also take part in this event, giving a multimedia presentation on the theme of “The digital future of a territory: examples of innovative projects and services for the public administration, citizens and businesses” where the i-SCOPE and SUNSHINE projects will be presented.
We invite all interested parties to participate in this convention and share their knowledge.
Please click here to see the official agenda.
SUNSHINE Technical meeting has been held from 3-5 March 2015 in Zagreb (Croatia). Except the presentation of the overall project progress, and the progress of each work package and task, there has been organized also a field visit to HEP ESCO pilot sites in Zagreb. The three pilot buildings involved in SUNSHINE project have been visited, with the aim of presenting the installed Automated Meter Reading system (AMR) for the Scenario 2, and the Scenario 3 surrounding lighting system of the HEP thermal power plant, the first concrete physical results of the SUNSHINE project in the Zagreb pilots.