is a great challenge based on open-source software and hardware for electrical energy and power quality measurement in the new smartgrid and microgrid. Although there is a wide variety of devices on the market that can measure and control the electrical consumption of a typical home, in general, they lack of accuracy, are too expensive or use non-open protocols. oZm has born as a collaborative project between the University of Almeria (UAL) and the University of Granada (UGR) with the collaboration of zRed based on some strong ideas: offering an effective tool that applies advanced mathematical algorithms to obtain accurate electrical measurements, open the system to the community and promote awareness in energy saving.
Based on the aforementioned ideas and the social responsibility of the university, we feel the commitment to offer this result to the community.
Feel free to explore all the capabilities in our project's wiki
Electrical Engineer and associate professor at the University of Almeria with more than 20 years of experience in power quality, evolutionary optimization and renewable energiesFrancisco Gil
Computer Science Engineer with a strong background on automated systems and lecturer at the University of Almeria. He is a passionate of new challenges in computer and electric engineering Alfredo Alcayde
Software Engineer with extensive experience in web application development and monitoring systems. PhD in Computer Science from the University of Almeria.Pedro Sánchez
Software Engineer from the University of Almería and senior technician in backend + frontend for web applications. Professional illustrator and graphic designer.Roxana F. Marinca
Software Engineer with extensive experience in embedded software development and hardware. Graduate from the University of Almeria in Informatics and PhD stutent.Eduardo Viciana
Industrial Engineer and lecturer at the University of Almeria with more than 8 years of experience in nonlinear optimization, renewable energies and molecular diffusion in NRM experiments.Francisco M. Arrabal
Associate professor at the University of Granada (Spain) since 2010. His research interests include signal processing applications to power systems and energy management, among others.Enrique Alameda
PhD in Computer Science, and associate professor at the University of Almeria with more than 15 years of research experience in computational optimization in engineering.Raúl Baños
Full professor at the University of Almeria. He is one of the most active researcher in Spain in renewable energies. Chief director of scientific services at UAL. Francisco Manzano
Industrial engineer with more than 10 years of experience in mechanics and industrial facilities. Researcher at the University of Almeria at the Mechanics section. Juan A. Martínez
Master in Electronics Technology from the University of Malaga (Spain)Javier Rodríguez
Master in Informatics from the University of Almeria (Spain)Juan Antonio Ibáñez