Roberto Petite and Andrés El-Fakdi at ACCUS meeting


On 2-4 December, members of eXiT Roberto Petite and Andrés El-Fakdi attended  the 2014 global assembly meeting of the ACCUS project in Kuopio, Finland. ACCUS, an international project in the field of Smart Cities, aims to improve urban systems such as energy, traffic and outdoor lighting. Within the project, the eXiT research team of the IIiA is developing new algorithms to monitor energy consumption in urban buildings.

Andrés El-Fakdi is a researcher at eXiT. Roberto Petite is a project manager at the group. ACCUS stands for Adaptive Cooperative Control in Urban (sub)Systems. It is a 3-year project funded by the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism and by the ARTEMIS Joint Undertaking. The grant reference is ART-010000-2013-2-333020-1.