Data management center

Data Management Center is an information system for ensuring the exchange of smart energy market data with interested parties. The purpose of Data Hub is to ensure a standardised process for the exchange and collection of data in the smart and renewable energy market and centralized transmission of information between market participants. The Data Hub will speed up, simplify and improve the smart energy data exchange processes of each market participant, and the centralised solution will provide all parties with equal and timely access to smart energy market data, ensuring that they are only made available to eligible parties.

The City Data Platform implements a specific data model for the city about its data flows between its layers and different dimensions. It connects devices, people, businesses and public administration services and entities in one unique structure that operates as one system. It enables self-autonomous regulation between parties: citizen-to-citizen, business-to-business, business-to-public administration, citizen-to-public administration, between public administration entities. Furthermore, it facilitates the minimisation of data storage by converting the traditional data warehouse to Distributed Digital Ledger.

Giving the enormous amount of data in a city, understanding all the interrelationships and data flows is a complex issue. Our approach is to translate the city vision and the Unified Stakeholder’s Legal Framework to definitions about data types, ownership, access and usability.

The Municipality data management platform is an ecosystem of sustainable urban development and governance. The platform aims to develop a new constellation in which the municipality will be the key player of the system. It will enable sustainable urban development and governance whereby the Municipality staff and community cooperate, communicate, interact, and co-create via a hybrid platform. This platform will enable:

– Identification of the conceptual roots of the existing and forecasted issues and needs;
– Identification of potential solutions and their developers;
– Assessment of their horizontal and vertical impact.

We will monitor the continuous systemic impact and interaction of the implemented innovations and projects on a City scale. This will include:

Sharing the success stories and failures and interactions of stakeholders in the City value chain activities.

This will include improvement of living conditions, the creation of employment opportunities, the development or co-creation of new products, services, processes and business models.

The head of the Data management center is Mr. Kęstutis Sabaliauskas, the members of Data management center working group:

  1. Žaneta Stasiškienė, KTU
  2. Darius Bružas, Elertis
  3. Julius Denafas | SoliTek
  4. Virginijus Radziukynas, LEI
  5. Vytautas Sabaliauskas, ProIT
  6. Juras Ulbikas, ProTech
  7. Saulius Poškus, UST
  8. Paulius Ruckis.

Case studies

Advanced bifacial SoliTek solar plant

Lithuanian solar technology company SoliTek has opened In Ukraine, Dnieper region, a new generation 2 MW solar power plant, the first of its kind in…

Read More

Floating solar plant in Kruonis PSHP

Experimental floating photovoltaic solar power plant project in Kruonis pumped storage hydroelectric power plant (PSHP), developed by Lithuanian…

Read More