Central aim of organisation
AIT Energy Department develops sustainable energy systems based on cutting-edge research and provides solutions for tomorrow’s energy problems.
Briefly describe your organisation
The AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH provides research and technological development to realise innovations for the next generation of infrastructure related technologies in the fields of energy, mobility, health & environment and safety & security.
The AIT Energy Department focuses entirely on key issues of energy research, like sustainable building technologies, electric energy systems and sustainable thermal energy systems.
Research & Development
|- ICT Applications |
- Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
- Smart Cards and Access Systems
- Industrial Application
- Multimedia, Pattern Recognition
- Virtual and Augmented Reality
- Computer Graphics
- Video Processing
- Pattern Processing
- Software- and Data Processing
- Databases, Database Management
| - Digital Systems |
- Semantic Systems
- Systems- and Network Technology
- Advanced Systems Architecture
- GRID Computing
- Cognitive Systems, Interaction and Robotics
- Artificial Intelligence
- Micro- and Nanoelectronics, Embedded Systems
- Electronic circuits, components and equipment
- Embedded Systems and Real-time Systems
My organisation has been involved in projects funded by the following EU-programmes
Austrian Research and Development Projects
The AIT Energy department focuses on the development of sustainable energy systems. The research aims at systemic approaches to achieve energy efficiency, using low or zero carbon technologies, controlled by intelligent management of supply and demand. Electric and thermal energy systems of producers and consumers are to be fully integrated and intelligently managed. AIT Energy Integrates land, urban, energy and transport planning processes with regard to implications for energy management of cities. We analyse and model urban climate and its effects on energy efficiency and we improve the urban metabolism with regard to implications for energy management for the whole urban area.
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2004-10-21 / 2010-05-26