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Topi Mikkola, Software Engineer at BaseN, presented on November 25, 2014 at the Cloud and German Energiewende seminar organised by The University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW).
The presentation slides can be seen here.
FHNW and BaseN, both with strong expertise in semantic technologies, event processing and cloud systems, are partners in the 33 month long DYNE project, that started in 2012 and will conclude in spring 2015. DYNE addresses the challenge that a massive amount of raw measurements in Hybrid Telecommunication Networks and Smart Grids can easily overwhelm a simple system. As the data is gathered in real-time, it is hard to follow unless there is good visualisation that is easy to understand at a glance. As measurements do not happen in isolation, some relationships are obvious while others are hidden, which means that the breaking of one thing causes other things to signal errors as well. DYNE puts focus on both the near real-time detection of those complex relational errors, as well as predicting errors.