Center for Research on Microgrids (CROM) e.V.
CROM is an International leading research center, located in Aalborg, Denmark, and dedicated to the sustainable development on a multi-disciplinary energy frameworks, providing resilient and optimal cutting-edge solutions applied to land based, maritime, and aerospace microgrid systems. With almost 10 years of experience, CROM currently comprises world-class laboratories with large-scale hardware in loop test facilities, having so far more than 50 members, including researchers, PhD students, and visiting scholars. As a major research center, CROM has established a close international cooperation and R&D projects together with industry firms, universities, and research institutions.
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ECPE European Center for Power Electronics e.V.
ECPE European Center for Power Electronics is an industry-driven research network in the field of Power Electronics. In the meantime, the network comprises about 100 Member Companies. Furthermore, over 100 European universities and research institutes are integrated in the network as so-called Competence Centres. The focus of ECPE activities is on pre-competitive research, education and advanced training as well as public relations for power electronics in Europe.
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Imperix is a Swiss company developing high-end control equipment and prototyping hardware for power electronics, drives, smart grids and related topics. Its products are designed to enable cutting-edge innovation in corporate and academic environments. They are especially valued for their ability to accelerate the implementation of laboratory-scale power converters and facilitate the derivation of high quality experimental results.
The company also offers various levels of integration services, intended to assist its customers in their prototyping activities. As such, its offering ranges from the delivery of plug-and-play hardware and software, to that of fully customized systems involving specialized control software algorithms.
For more information, visit www.imperix.ch
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MathWorks is the developer of MATLAB and Simulink, the leading software for engineers modeling and developing embedded software for controlling the power electronics at the heart of renewable energy and power transmission, efficient motor control, and electric vehicle powertrains.
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Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V.
Mitsubishi Electric is a leading manufacturer of power semiconductors. The company offers a wide range of products, which covers a broad spectrum of application fields, including power transmission and distribution, railway, renewable energy, motor control, automotive, uninterruptible power supplies, medical technology, elevators, welding engineering, home appliances and pumps.
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MUECAP GmbH – ICEL s.r.l.
MUECAP is a german (Munich-based) distributor, specialized on passive components for power electronics coming from France and Italy. We can offer an application-orientated design-in service. A major focus is on railway applications where we can follow the specific requirements, either with standard or with custom adapted parts. Main products are capacitors, resistors and Bus Bars.
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OMICRON Lab is a division of OMICRON electronics, specialized in providing Smart Measurement Solutions to professionals such as scientists, engineers and teachers engaged in the field of electronics. It simplifies measurement tasks and provides its customers with more time to focus on their real business. OMICRON Lab was established in 2006 and is meanwhile serving customers in more than 50 countries.
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OPAL-RT TECHNOLOGIES is the leading provider of open Real-Time Digital Simulators to design, test and validate complex controls for electrical, electro-mechanical and power electronic systems. OPAL-RT simulators are used by engineers and researchers at leading manufacturers, utilities, universities and research centres around the world.
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PCIM Europe is the international leading exhibition and conference for power electronics and its fields of application. Industry experts amongst others from industrial and automotive electronics, focus on this specialist field. The exhibition covers the entire supply chain: from the component up to drive electronics, packaging and the final intelligent system.
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Speedgoat offers state-of-the-art solutions for customers working in the power electronics domain to fast-track their R&D activities, especially towards innovations in motors, power converters, and battery systems. Speedgoat’s rapid control prototyping and hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulators – that can run and test complex controls and electrical HIL simulations with a bandwidth of several MHz – enable our customers to remain in the forefront of technological advancements in electrification.