BESOS will be present at the Zoom Smart Cities Conference in Lisbon. PT will present at its booth the project results in the city, and the mobile application developped within BESOS. Everyone is welcome to join us at this event.
BESOS has participated at the European Business Network for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR Europe), under the framework: Cities and Sustainability. This workshop is part of the Sustainable Living in Cities Campaign launched under CSR Europe’s Enterprise 2020 initiative. It aims to encourage new local partnership between companies, public administration and other urban stakeholder in order […]
BESOS 2nd Newsletter is already available with the last results of the project. The Newsletter is available in Download section.
The BESOS project appears in the European Commission Smart Grid Projects Outlook 2014. It includes data on more than 450 smart grid projects with a total budget of €3.15 billion. This report presents the latest analyses and insights from the most comprehensive database of smart grid projects across the European Union (EU) Member States. This rolling […]
In the blog of the Vice-President of the European Commission Neelie Kroes, BESOS is mentioned as a project that has contributed to make Barcelona smart city greener, more convenient, and more pleasant in order to receive the iCapital award for introducing new technologies that help the city engage with its people. Congratulations! Neelie Kroes blog
BESOS is an EU Research and Development project funded by the EC in the context of the 7th Framework Program that proposes the development of an advanced, integrated, management system which enables energy efficiency in smart cities from a holistic perspective. To that end, the Energy Management Systems deployed in a typical district that are consuming or producing energy, and which nowadays normally count with an isolated IT management solution, will be able to share data and services through and open trustworthy platform among themselves and to external third party applications. This enables the design and development of higher level applications –i.e. the Business Balanced score Card and DSS Cockpit - that are able to process real-time data and generate valuable analysis to affect the business and Monitoring and Control (M&C) strategies that operate a smart city – or a subset of the energy services deployed.