Today’s advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) smart meters — generating dozens of data points multiple times per hour – create a challenge that older meter data management systems ( MDMS) cannot hope to address.
A modern meter data analytics (MDA) platform built on AWS unlocks meter data from silos and lets you cost-effectively hydrate your S3 data lake with all your meter data. You can easily add other types of information such as GIS, network, demographics, weather, social media, customer and asset data. Use AWS’s AI/ML and analytics to mine valuable insights from historic data, discovering relevant correlations and new applications.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers are using MDA and related AWS services to forecast household level energy use, analyse circuit level loads, asses momentary outages, discover water leaks, evaluate the impact of PV and EV installation, notify customers of high bills, prevent or detect theft, and more.
During this panel discussion, AWS will share the latest developments in its MDA platform solution. Hear from AWS partner Accenture and AWS utility customer EDF Energy on their experiences deploying AWS services to deliver timely business insights for customers by unlocking answers from smart meter data.
Sanjay Mamidipalli, Managing Director | Accenture Utilities Global Applied Intelligence Leader
John Hutchins, Head of Smarter Living, Blue Lab |EDF Energy
Arun Sehgal, Amazon Partner Network Global Segment Leader | AWS Power & Utilities