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Realize the Potential of Flexible Energy with Scalable IIoT Infrastructure

Renewable energy is vastly provided by distributed energy resources. Due to their volatile nature, they create a challenge for the power grid. Even though battery storage is leveraged to shave energy peaks, the power grid is still required to buffer the remaining energy. What would happen if households traded the remaining energy directly on a peer-to-peer level? In this webinar, we'll speak about:

  • Highlight the findings from a publicly funded research project called BASE.V*, which was recently completed by a research consortium of Moxa, the Technical University of Munich (TUM), monitoring solution expert Paessler AG, local distribution system operator bayernwerk, and PV system and solution provider sonnen eServices.
  • Share how blockchain technology was used to implement smart contracts used for automatic energy trading between private households. Kyle Hsieh, from Moxa’s R&D team, will point out the challenges, options, and implemented solutions for an energy-efficient, secure, and scalable blockchain.

Join the webinar on July 21st and see how blockchain can be implemented on a cost-effective ARM-based computing platform within a scalable IIoT edge architecture. This webinar is a continuation of our previous webinar on July 7th about the decentralized energy management system deployed in the same research project.

*The research project BASE.V is funded by the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy as part of the BayVFP Förderlinie Digitalisierung program (grant number DIK-1908-0008), supported by Bayern Innovativ - Bayerische Gesellschaft für Innovation und Wissenstransfer mbH and supported by the project management organization VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH.



Meet the Presenters


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Hermann Berg
Moxa - Head of IIoT
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Kyle Hsieh
Moxa - Assistant Project Manager
TRD Research Project Department
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Martin Jenkner
Moxa - Head of Cybersecurity