REGIOS is a tool for daily operation preparation and optimization of smaller thermal networks. The REGIOS system is designed for deploying smart regions in local heating systems with renewable energy sources.
REGIOS was created with the financial support of TA Czech Republic within the scope of targeted support for research, development and innovation in the project “Smart Regions - Buildings and Settlements Information Modelling, Technology and Infrastructure for Sustainable development” (identification code TE02000077 by Central project records).
The pricelist and more detailed product information are available on request.
The software is based on a complex simulation model of heat production, distribution and consumption.
The software uses MOP technology for the thermo-hydraulic network calculations and the neural model of heat consumption, but unlike MOP, it is adapted for specific optimization tasks requested by a particular customer.
REGIOS shares with MOP also the main user interface (that can use geographic display of the network, display pressure diagrams, pump operation diagrams, WMS on-line background maps, etc.) and extension modules GISimport, SQLexport, etc.
The system enables its users to operate in a predictive, simulation and analytical mode. The predictive mode serves for the system behaviour prediction in near future, while the analytical system serves for the analysis of different operational situations. The simulation mode provides for modeling of any historical or future operational version.
Planning for future operation states – Predictive mode
This mode is primarily used in operation planning to predict heat supply and renewable energy sources operation.
Simultaneous display of measured and model values, where the graphs display the intersection of predicted and measured values, allows you to track the quality of the prediction, or to respond to new situations.
The so-called continuous predictor allows predictions to be updated after some time. The result is a prediction shifted for the current moment, but with respect to the previous operation setting.
Analysis of past operating states – Analytical mode
This mode makes it easy to use measured historical operating values from a measurement database to model the former system state. Subsequently, the impact of other hypothetical changes of management on the historical operation of the system can be analyzed.
Simulation of operational changes – Simulation mode
This mode makes it possible to create and study different operating variants for any outdoor temperature without any connection to the actual state of the system. This mode is designed to build long-term production plans (month, year, ...) and to elaborate conceptual materials for long-term system development and optimization.
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