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


Main Conference Day Two - Grid Analytics Wednesday 18 September 2019 Download
08:00Registration and refreshments
08:50Opening remarks from the chair
09:00Cloud Migration – Preparing and migrating to the cloud whilst ensuring that energy security is unaffected, and value is retained
09:40Big Data Talent – Creating a framework for identifying and nurturing talent in the data science space to build a department of top performers
  • Yingxun Zhou
    Yingxun Zhou
    Smart Asset Insight Manager, SSE
10:20Morning refreshments & exhibition
10:50Multi-Objective Aspects of Distribution Networks Volt/Var Optimisation
  • David Raz - mPrest
    Dr. David Raz
    Data Analytics and Optimization Consultant, mPrest
11:30Visualisation - Creating a system that collects, visualises and delivers insights instantly for real time monitoring to improve quality of supply
  • Per-Oddvar Osland
    Per-Oddvar Osland
    Program Manager, Smart Metering, Agder Energi
  • Senior Representative
    Tobias Haumann
    Data Scientist, Agder Energi Nett
12:10Lunch, network & exhibition
13:30Automating Predictive Maintenance - Extending the lifespan, improving stability and operational efficiency of infrastructure by mitigating unexpected disasters
14:10GIS Based Analytics – Harnessing GIS based insights, technology transformation and advanced analytics programmes to broaden view of the pressures facing the grid
14:50Afternoon refreshments & exhibition
15:20Grid Planning – Harnessing deep analytics and automation in design of future grid operations to improve flexibility and offerings to the customer
  • Jacob Rodriguez Rivero - Enel
    Jacob Rodriguez Rivero
    New Technology & Innovation Intelligence Program Manager, Enel
16:00Non-Technical Loss Use Case – Identifying and eliminating fraudulent activity through the deep analysis of consumer and grid data
16:40End of Conference Day 2