Utilities are continuing to face a variety of challenges with an aging infrastructure, and flat or declining revenues as a result of the deployment of solar generation by consumers, coupled with a greater ability to better manage usage through devices and apps. At the same time, utilities need to continue to maintain high levels of safety and reliability, and flow of capital to keep up with the modernization of the grid and aging assets to meet future consumer needs and regulatory requirements.
Through digital transformation and greater automation, utilities expect to realize the productivity benefits of the Industry 4.0 era. A key part of this digitalization solution is the data processing capabilities including analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) systems that will be leveraged by many grid applications. This digital value platform will play a critical role in identifying and even predicting grid outages, better-maintaining grid assets and optimizing capital investments. In this webinar you will learn about:
• The application of AI, machine learning and advanced analytics for operational excellence
• The benefits of a digital value platform for enabling new business models through use case examples
• What are the key steps to consider to evolve your transformation
Join industry experts Chris Johnson, VP of Customer Operations – Energy Segment at Nokia and Richard Pinnock, EVP/President Energy Segment at Poyry, to learn about the capabilities that enable utilities to improve grid efficiency, lower costs and guide your investments.