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Digital Transformation is an ongoing process for utilities today. However, to be successful they must focus on technologies that deliver the services customers want. Machine Learning offers enormous potential for utilities to discover more about their customers and for solving the common issues utilities face every day.
Gamification is the usage of game mechanics and game thinking in serious contexts. In the energy sector it can be used to inform participants about (smart) energy topics or to motivate customers to reach energy efficiency or demand response objectives in a playful manner.
HALF-DAY WORKSHOP Advanced technologies are no more just new high-tech systems to be installed and implemented; they are business models. They represent crucial economic and corporate transition into a truly digitally integrated workplace. CDOs, CTO’s,...
In the beginning of April 2020, a group of leading European grid operators announced a Europe-wide competition to select pilots of innovative energy products and services that need access to metering data.
Real-time distributed intelligence (DI) and grid-fed data insights are more important than ever. Join Itron's exclusive virtual tour of their Distributed Intelligence lab on Thursday 4 June to see DI use cases and applications in real-time.
Siemens is presenting its new Grid Diagnostic Suite for the first time at the European Utility Week in Paris. The Grid Diagnostic Suite initially includes four cloud-based applications which collect data from new or existing field devices for protection, distribution automation and power quality. These data are stored and analyzed in the cloud.
A new report investigates the increasing use of sophisticated systems of sensing, measurement, condition monitoring, and asset management solutions, as the electric grid becomes more diverse. The report found that during the next decade, utilities...