Next Generation Data Management, Analytics, AI and Machine Learning to Power the Smart Utility
17-19 September 2019 | Berlin, Germany


Main Conference Day One - Data Management Tuesday 17 September 2019 Download
08:00Registration and refreshments
08:50Opening remarks from the chair
09:00Demonstrating ROI – Balancing short-term wins with larger long-term goals to build a credible big data business case to secure ongoing investment
09:40Data Lakes – Evaluating the viability of data lakes as a single store repository for data to enable real time analytics from multi-streamed smart grid data
10:20Morning refreshments & exhibition
10:50Utility Panel Discussion: Approaches to Data Quality Best Practice – Establishing frameworks for improving the quality of historic and current data to achieve analytical accuracy
11:30Combining Data Streams – Merging high volume granular data from an increasing number of channels to provide a stronger foundation for advanced analytics
12:40Lunch, network & exhibition
14:00Low Voltage and Smart Meter Data Streams – Taking advantage of increased analysis through IoT deployment to the edge of the grid to gain better visibility of the grid
  • Frans Campfens
    Frans Campfens
    Senior Consultant, Energy Consulting, Qirion (Alliander)
14:40Social Media - Integrating data from social media networks to create a real-time social sensor for the smart grid
15:20Afternoon refreshments & exhibition
15:50Data Governance – Creating a robust governance framework to ensure best practice when combining modern and legacy system data
  • Razvan Tudor
    Razvan Tudor
    Chief Risk Officer & Data Protection Officer, Hidroelectrica
16:30Cyber Security – Ensuring that grid operations remain secure, accountable and unaffected by malicious attacks as infrastructure evolves
17:10Roundtable Discussions
18:40Networking Reception
20:00End of Conference Day 1