Mikko Martikka's scientific contributions

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Visual 3D models are being deployed in smart cities around the world. While earlier the motivation was mostly to visualise the buildings, the latest developments will turn the 3D models into a rich source of information related to the urban landscape and built environment. The models can be used to compare the energy consumption between similar bui...
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New solutions sometimes face challenges in acceptance as improvements and active citizen engagement plays a key role of resilient smart city development. This paper describes a set of actions in Helsinki as part of mySMARTLife project that are aimed to engage citizens in interaction. The actions range from online services and mobile applications to...

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... As an example, in mySMARTLife, a model foresees the possibility for small energy consumers (e.g., renters of apartments) to rent a PV panel from a larger plant. Solar production is automatically calculated in the energy bill once the rental contract is activated [190]. ...
... With respect to synchronicity, many historical datasets include wind and solar resource data, which can be paired with historical electricity demand and hydropower time series. To process historical datasets, energy system modellers leverage widely-used, open-source code and/or tools (e.g., ECEM [73], Atlas [74], atlite [75], and SAM [76]) that convert meteorological data, e.g. wind speeds, into energy system model inputs, e.g. ...