Intelligent Control Lab

Technical Specifications

The Intelligent Control Lab (ICL) is a laboratory for research, development and test of new advanced principles for intelligent supervision and control of smart grids.

 The Intelligent Control Lab is comprised of:

  • A full scale ABB Network Manager SCADA systems for real time supervision of Bornholm power system operation with a link to the Bornholm SCADA, real time operation and control with the a real time simulator (RTDS) or the Microgrid with Labcells and local distributed generation (DG) for proof of concept tests of intelligent control and system operator training
  •  A RTDS with the capability of simulating power systems with  480 buses, the RTDS can be used for Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) tests and be connected to the high power amplifier in the Electric Lab to carry out Power-Hardware-In-the-Loop (PHIL) tests
  • An IBM blade Centre for optimization and control implementation
  • A PMU lab for research and development on wide area monitoring and control  
  • An Omicron voltage and current amplifier and a Siemens multi-function protective relay for protection coordination studies using IEC 61850.

  • Software platform for modeling and development of centralized and distributed control systems based on multi agent technology including knowledge based systems and computational intelligence.
1 MARCH 2024