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Process Modeling and Management Applications in Engineering

Process Modeling and Management Applications in Engineering
Prozessmodellierung
Einfacher Nutzungsprozess eines PDM-Systems

The IMI Research Unit "Process Modeling and Management Applications in Engineering" (PM2AE) is concerned with all aspects that involve the description or modeling of any kind of processes.
There is a special focus on finding and investigating, possible advantageous, applications for the novel paradigm of Subject-Orientation (SO) and Subject-Oriented Business Process Management (S-BPM) in Engineering Domains
An overall strategic research goal is the extension of subject-orientation into an extensive description framework spanning active and passive as well as descriptive and declarative description means (Ultimate PASS)

In our CAIT Labs individual solutions can be tested under real conditions.


staff
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Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Wi.-Ing. +49 721 608-46635 matthes elstermannXae4∂kit edu

projects
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"Multidimensional Service Prototyping" and development of tecniques and tecnologies for "Rapid-Service-Prototyping"

Development of an adaptable set of tools for strategic product planning

DRIMPAC - Unified DR interoperability framework enabling market participation of active energy consumers

Buildings constitute a vast, yet currently untapped, source of energy demand flexibility that can provide invaluable services to the energy system. This flexibility currently remains unattainable due to the lack of a technological framework that can connect the multitude of buildings and building systems with the energy system in a cost-effective manner as well as the reluctance of energy consumers to enroll in demand response programs.

DRIMPAC offers a comprehensive solution to empower consumer to become active participants in the energy markets. It comprises three main pillars:

  • a) A legacy and Standards-compliant interoperability framework to interconnect building energy loads/appliances and expose their demand flexibility as price-responsive demand to the grid or for market actors to aggregate and bid in ancillary service markets.
  • b) A human-centric, intelligent building energy management system that will lift the burden of demand response from the consumers shoulders and reduce reluctance and fear of participation in DR programs. It will infer user comfort preferences and dynamically control building loads to minimize energy cost and use for the building occupant leveraging dynamic prices, while always preserving comfortable and healthy indoor conditions.
  • c) Innovative business models and service offering for energy retailers in order to facilitate their transformation from commodity suppliers to digital energy service suppliers and kick-start the deployment of the DRIMPAC solution in the market.

The DRIMPAC technological framework and business models will be validated by four retailers supplying three energy carriers – electricity, natural gas and district heating – in four different national markets across the EU - France, Cyprus, Germany and Spain. Pilot demonstrations will take place in a range of building types, including residential, office, educational and others, in order to validate the DRIMPAC benefits across most building typologies.

Further Information: https://www.drimpac-h2020.eu/

Dr.-Ing. Matthes Elstermann



publications
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Schuck, Hendrik; Häfner, Victor; Ovtcharova, Jivka

Digital Engineering zum Planen, Testen und Betreiben technischer Systeme, 17. IFF-Wissenschaftstage, Fraunhofer - Institut für Fabrikbetrieb und -automatisierung IFF, Magdeburg

24. - 26. June 2014

Spath, D.; Bertsche, B.; Binz, H. (Hrsg.): Stuttgarter Symposium für Produktentwicklung 2013. Stuttgart, 2013.

Juni 2013