Driving digital asset management strategies to keep pace with the ever-increasing demands of the energy transition
30 September 2020 | Virtual Conference
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Grid Asset Management 2020 Wednesday 30 September 2020 Download
08:00Participant login, objective setting, meeting scheduling, poll participation
08:20Welcome Address
08:30Implementing DAM Systems – comparing the potential of legacy and state-of-the-art digital asset management systems to support next generation processes
09:00Implementing ISO 55000 – effectively interpreting best practice guidelines to drive resource efficiency and streamline the implementation of digital asset management
09:30Data Management – implementing a comprehensive data management framework to facilitate smart data ingestions, create efficient IT infrastructure and support advanced analytics
  • ignacio canales
    Ignacio Canales
    Head of Global IT for Generation and Distribution, Iberdrola
10:00Q&A Panel Session
10:15Morning Break, Exhibition, Networking
10:30Investment Planning – leveraging data driven insights to model multiple investment scenarios and ensure robust risk management in the investment planning process
11:00Grid Planning – utilising multiple data sources to accurately inform grid planning processes and ensure well targeted infrastructure development strategies
11:30Outage Detection – capitalising on the computational power of AI to create a platform that predicts outages in real-time to reduce expenditure
12:00Automating Assets – establishing the optimal pathway for the automation of assets to improve reliability and reduce maintenance costs
12:30Q&A Panel Session
12:45Lunch, Exhibition, Networking
13:30Flexibility – dynamically managing distributed energy resource through active network management to support the development of a decentralised system
14:00Disruptive Technologies – exploring the outliers of asset management and the ways in which critical infrastructure can be universally beneficial to maximise long-term grid resilience
  • Jan-Peter Doomernik
    Jan-Peter Doomernik
    Senior Business Developer & Asset Manager, Enexis
14:30AI&ML – leveraging the computational power and self-learning capability of artificial intelligence to support complex scenario planning and inform risk mitigation
  • Ahmed Mousa
    Ahmed Mousa
    Manager, Utility of the Future, Electric & Gas Asset Strategy, PSEG
15:00Digital Twin – evaluating the viability of digital twin technology for establishing asset performance parameters and mitigating operational risk
15:30Q&A Panel Session
15:45Afternoon Break, Exhibition, Networking
16:00Technology Innovation Panel – digital asset management tools and technologies
17:45Q&A Panel Session
18:15Roundtable Discussions
19:15Roundtable Feedback
19:30Closing Remarks