Informas is a platform that provides a decentralized database for building smart grids.
Users can store and retrieve data, manage their grid and track their location, with no need to build or maintain an application.
The project has been in the works for several years and it has now been launched by a consortium of companies and institutions including the US government.
It is based on the open source project RethinkDB, but the underlying data store and application are in the hands of a consortium called Energia.
Informia is the brainchild of a team of developers, architects and product managers at Energias Smart Grid project.
This is a collaborative project, but all of the team are working together.
The team has been building out a smart grid system since 2009, so it is well known that it has a large community of contributors.
As part of this project, a number of smart grid providers are involved, including ING, Ionic, Powergrid, LVMH and many more.
One of the advantages of the project is that it allows developers to collaborate on a project in real-time.
It allows developers and project managers to work on a single source of data for a smart, decentralized grid.
“The project is currently being implemented and ready to be deployed, but we are still in the process of adding more providers, so we are actively planning for future development,” said Energía CEO Roberto Castellanos.
“This is a very exciting and innovative project and it’s a big step forward for the ecosystem in terms of interoperability between developers and providers.”
While developers can access the information in realtime, it is up to operators to manage the grid in the real world. “
By having the data stored on a decentralized and transparent database, developers and operators can share information on grid performance and management, as well as connect with providers to manage and optimize the grid.”
While developers can access the information in realtime, it is up to operators to manage the grid in the real world.
The data can be shared on the Energys’ platform as well, allowing for multiple nodes to communicate.
For the users who can’t wait to get started, the platform includes an API that lets developers create and manage their own smart grid.
In the future, it may also allow developers to build a smart network that connects multiple nodes, but for now it is just a very early stage.
“Informa will enable developers to create and run smart grids and we will continue to improve it as we see fit,” Castellos said.
“It is also important to note that developers can still leverage the existing Smart Grid platform, so they can still create their own Smart Grid apps, but only as they have done in the past.
“We want to provide the tools for developers to do that. “
As developers, we have a responsibility to keep the ecosystem as open as possible,” he continued.
“We want to provide the tools for developers to do that.
The developers will be able make decisions and they will be free to do so, and they can choose the tools to use, as long as they abide by the license.”