Webinar "Remote Testing & EIRIE Platform"

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Within the framework of DERlab WG 4, ERIGrid 2.0 and PANTERA projects, DERlab is organising a webinar "Remote Testing & EIRIE Platform"

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This webinar will take place on Monday, 8th of March 2021(9:30 AM - 11:30 AM)CET. We are pleased to invite you and your team to this interesting webinar, which you and your colleagues will find informative and stimulating.

The ERIGrid 2.0 project invites all interested engineers involved in the domains of power system testing, smart grids and energy systems to receive free funding to access the best laboratories of Europe and perform their experimental research. Access to physical labs can be on-site or remote, depending on the conditions of specific laboratories.

The PANTERA project has been working on developing an interactive multi-functional platform (called EIRIE platform) that will act as the meeting point of all actors active in the field of energy research & innovation from all Europe.


  • Welcome words from DERlab board (Prof. Graeme Burt)
  • ERIGrid 2.0 Project (Remote testing)
    • Overview of the ERIGrid 2.0 Research Infrastructure for Smart Grids and Smart Energy Systems (AIT/Thomas Strasser)
    • Introduction of the ERIGrid 2.0 Lab Access Programme (TECNALIA/J. Emilio Rodriguez Seco)
    • Experiences with Remote Lab Access Services on the Example VILLAS4ERIGrid (DTU/Kai Heussen)
    • Virtual Research Services in ERIGrid 2.0 (RWTH Aachen/Steffen Vogel)
    • Demo of the VLab Services from RWTH Aachen (RWTH Aachen/Steffen Vogel)
    • Demo of the OpenAFPM Services from ICCS-NTUA (ICCS-NTUA/ Kostas Latoufis)
  • The EIRIE platform: We are here for much more than just reliable information to support the energy transition! (FOSS/Venizelos Efthymiou)
  • Q&A

* This event is organised under "PANTERA" & "ERIGrid 2.0" projects

The PANTERA project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 under Grant Agreement No.: 824389

The ERIGrid 2.0 project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Grant Agreement No.: 870620

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