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Cities, IoT and Analytics
Artelys is an SME specializing in decision-support, modeling and optimization of energy systems, offering key actors of the energy sector efficient solutions to complex and strategic problems. In particular, Artelys has developed the Artelys Crystal City software, for the optimization of local energy strategies. Through a complete model of the local energy system, and the optimization at a fine time step of its productions and flexibilities, Artelys Crystal City offers a thorough support to local energy decision makers.
Why is this transmission line used more in one context and less in another? Which production assets prevail depending on the period?
Artelys Crystal Super Grid has been designed to provide synthetic quantitative indicators adapted to each problem. Artelys Crystal Super Grid comes with a wide range of views, aggregated or detailed, which allow the comparison of energy strategies and also the optimization of power system assets.
Thanks to the collaboration with Inria-TAO, a new feature has been added into Crystal Super Grid: the joint optimization of production, storage, and transmission capacities under risk constraints.
- Crystal Super Grid
- Bender's algorithm
- Parallel computing
- Computing expansion planning
Artelys is an SME specialising in optimisation solutions, statistics and decision support. The company has become a leader in the field in France, and is expanding in the international market. Artelys provides solutions and services ranging from strategic optimisation to developing operational software solutions.
The chosen topic for the second Semaine des mathématiques (Maths Week)
, 18th - 24th March 2013, is "Mathematics for planet Earth". This provides us with the perfect opportunity to promote research projects focussing on this subject.
Interview with Olivier Teytaud, from the Tao project team, which is embarking on the POST project with the aim of creating a software platform enabling investment in the electrical system to be optimised on a continental scale.