NECADA is a hybrid infrastructure that supports the execution of a simulation model on a cloud, cluster or desktop environments. The aim of this infrastructure is to find optimal values for various building parameters and the associated impacts that reduce the energy demand or consumption of the building or urban area. The infrastructure combines both, formal languages and co-simulation in order to obtain a complete unambiguous definition of the model, assuring that the final implementation will use the best tools to simulate any model component.



SDLPS is a distributed simulator that allows the definition of the models using SDL language. This definition is complete and represents the model behavior and structure, allowing its simulation without the need of implementing the model, simplifying the validation and verification processes. If you have any questions about SDLPS