Artificial intelligence is changing the way that many industries operate and has huge potential to transform the utilities industry. Utilities are turning to big data capabilities to help them improve asset maintenance, integrate DERs, improve demand response, and increase online customer-facing applications.
The virtual Big-Data Analytics in Power & Utilities Conference offers content for decision-makers and experts of technology strategy, analytics, data science, and innovation from leading Energy companies. Learn how Data and analytics leaders can leverage AI to anticipate, shift and accelerate transformation in the face of disruption, uncertainty, and opportunity.
The conference takes place on October 26-27. You can expect presentations from Enel, Netze BW, E.ON Next, Eneco Groep, Alliander, Gruppo Iren, and more.
We follow a format that is small-scale with a limited number of attendees and focused on high interaction & networking. There are open Q&A sessions after each presentation and multiple breakout rooms in between sessions for one-on-one networking.
How a modern strategy for data and analytics look like in Utilities?
- Becoming Data-Driven
Enel Use Case
- Developing real-time business intelligence through data analytics
- Make our business Data-Driven
Data Journey at Netze BW, a distribution grid operator in the heart of Europe
Data visualization: bringing together large, disparate data sources across utility assets
How is data disrupting existing Power & Utility business models?
Data-Driven Strategy to enable the energy transition
Enhancing customer experience management with AI and ML
- The Future of Data Management in Power and Utilities Sector
Don’t miss a chance to save your seat with our 50% Early Bird discount for registrations made before August 27th.
Join the discussion with your views and opinions, gain new insights, stay up-to-date, learn from practical examples, and peer-to-peer networking in a business-friendly exclusive environment.
If you have any questions about the conference, do not hesitate to drop us an email at: [email protected] or call +420 234 092 159