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Barbara and the ODEON Project: Driving the Digital Energy Transition Through Edge AI

In an era where sustainable and efficient energy solutions are more critical than ever, Barbara's recent partnership with other 33 companies in the ODEON project will contribute to the journey towards a greener, smarter energy future.

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Barbara participates at ODEON project set to revolutionise the Green and Digital Energy Transition

ODEON a European Horizon project has just been launched with the mision to create an inclusive ecosystem of stakeholders characterized by the integration of a mesh of Data, Intelligence,Service, and Market flows. With a budget of 22,56 M€ allocated over four years, the project represents a significant stride toward a sustainable, secure, and competitive energy supply.

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AI Flexibility algorithm in LV /MV Substation Success Case

Barbara and Gridfy have joined forces to bring AI Flexibility algorithms to the Edge.‍‍ Gridfy has developed and implemented the AI flexibility algorithm located in one of Cuerva´s substations while Barbara has provided the Edge Platform that deploys and orchestrates Artificial Intelligence in the Edge.

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Making the Intelligent Power Grid Happen with Barbara Edge AI Platform

We are back at ENLIT Europe 2023, to showcase how Transmission and Distribution System operators can improve their operations by virtualizing HV, MV and LV substations and add intelligence to their assets with Edge AI Technology.

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Barbara has joined the E4S Alliance, contributing to the expansion of the Grid Digitalization Ecosystem.

The Edge for Smart Secondary Substations (E4S) is a technical working group, made up of Distribution System Operators (DSOs) and technology partners, that promotes the creation of a secure grid architecture based on open and interoperable standards. Barbara joins the Edge for Smart Secondary Substations Alliance to endow the Digital Grid with its groundbreaking Edge AI Platform infrastructure.

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CIRED 2023. Why virtualization is instrumental for DSOs to gain full value from their assets

Companies are increasingly interested in virtualizing electrical equipment because it offers a range of benefits for their operations. Virtualization reduces the need for physical infrastructure, which can result in cost savings, reduced maintenance requirements, and increased safety. We will be at CIRED 2023, showcasing how to virtualize substations from Transmission to Middle and Low Voltage networks through Edge Computing Technology.

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