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WEBINAR: Maximizing the Value of Drone Data with AI Workflows
October 29, 2020 @ 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT
Thursday, October 29, 2020 | 11AM ET/8AM PT
We will talk about the challenges, successes, and lessons-learned creating AI models and workflow orchestration on UAV data for utilities customers. The talk will include best practices for data management on cloud platforms and demonstrate how a utility leveraged their UAV data to run AI for visual inspection, fire risk and vegetation encroachment. The talk will conclude with an overview of best practices for integrating the results into enterprise systems, such as EAM and GIS.
Tyler Foreman, Head of Platform Architecture, Intel
Tyler has served as a founder, chief technology executive and technology architect to startups and established brands. As the founder and chief technology officer of ICOM3, a company that developed and deployed one of the industry’s first cloud-based, geospatially-enabled enterprise inspection and asset management platforms for distributed asset networks, Tyler architected the platform that was deployed internationally to hundreds of water utilities and other pipeline operators. At Intel, he has focused on driving the vision towards leveraging AI to build automation into visual inspection and analysis workflows.
Celine Beck, Head of Product, Intel
Celine Beck is Head of Product and Customer Success for the Intel Geospatial Platform. Her responsibilities include ownership of the vision, product strategy, product management and customer success. With more than 15 years of experience in enterprise software driving transformational solutions, from inception to delivery and successful market adoption, Celine inspires innovative strategy while driving large-scale product initiatives. She brings experience from start-up companies and technology giants like Oracle where she was responsible for a suite of enterprise visualization software. Celine holds a Master of Science in Marketing Management from EDHEC, a leading French business school.