CPUT received a very essential part of the student laboratory, the real time power system simulator. Adding to the already existing laboratory equipment at CPUT this will enable the students to work on their projects with state-of-the-art technology. Our colleagues from CPUT already started setting up the equipment and the official hand-over and a lab presentation will be done during the next project meeting at CPUT in March 2019.
NM-AIST received their final lab item the real time power system simulator. The lab equipment in Arusha is now complete. Our colleagues from NM-AIST already started with setting up the equipment and they are looking forward to using it in the different modules. It will enable them simulate a power grid and give the students hand-on experience with this system.