Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)
M. Novàk, M. Prokýšek, P. Doležal, M. Hais, S. Gril, M. Davídková, J. Geyer, Peter Hofmann, Rajan Paudyal
Multisensor UAV System for the Forest Monitoring
Proceedings of the 2020 10th International Conference on Advanced Computer Information Technologies (ACIT) [September 6-8, 2020; Deggendorf]
In recent years, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) of various shapes, sizes and functions have been increasingly used for civilian applications in a wide range of fields. UAVs are flexible, inexpensive, with the ability to carry high resolution sensing systems. UAVs fill the gap between manned aircraft and satellite remote sensing systems. When searching for new methodologies, especially in forestry research, UAVs are a unique platform. Remote forest sensing, forest mapping, forest precise measurement, forest fire monitoring and support for intensive forest management are areas in which remote sensing is fully utilized. The advantages of remote sensing are mainly low material and operating costs, flexible space and time deployment, and high intensity data collection. In order to move remote sensing applications from the experimental phase into real deployment, it is necessary to come up with new methodologies that can be determined using UAVs.
NachhaltigAngewandte WirtschaftswissenschaftenTC Freyung
Christina Sigl, Siegfried Hildebrand, Alexander Faschingbauer, Andreas Berl, J. Geyer, M. Prokýšek, R. Vohnout
Sustainable Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading Principles and Smart Meter Requirements for Smart Grids
Bavarian Journal of Applied Sciences, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 461-475
The sustainability and efficiency of the current and future power grid is an important topic nowadays. Thus, the increasing usage of renewable energy sources for generation of electricity requires a more complex infrastructure to manage generation and demand efficiently. In order to stabilize a power grid there are different methods to trade energy sources. Especially for smart grid infrastructures, the most interesting approach is to trade energy peer-to-peer. Thus, we consider different peer-to-peer principles in detail. Particularly, the underlying subsystem is essential for fast and accurate trading. That is why smart meters, forming the lowest layer of the system, are one of the most important parts within the grid infrastructure. Their main task is to provide high quality information and services for smart contracting and also for controlling the power grid with regard to efficiency and sustainability. The information provided by smart meters can also be used within a smart energy management to optimize production and consumption times. This demand side management approach helps to prevent overproduction and hence leads to more sustainablitiy in future decentralized power grids. For this purpose, peer-to-peer methods and smart meters have to fulfil dedicated requirements which are considered here in more detail.