Lab Reopening

On February 27, 2020, the Smart Energy Living Lab was officially reopened after a several month lasting planning and reconstruction phase. The lab now offers a creative area with presentation systems for holding project meetings, workshops and prototype demonstrations, meter cabinets with various metering and communication technology from the Smart Energy area, several workplaces and an environment equipped with numerous sensors and actuators, which is inspired by future homes.

Within the course of the SENERGY project, the lab is being used to pilot hardware and software prototypes, conduct experiments and demonstrate project results to interested parties from research and industry. At the opening ceremony, more than 30 guests were able to gain an impression of the possible applications and functionality of the SENERGY platform.

The Smart Energy Living Lab exists since 2013 and is a joint project of the Leipzig University and the Institute of Applied Informatics (InfAI). Further information about the lab can be found here.