Scott Higgins, Director, Utility Distributed Energy and Microgrids, Schneider Electric
The steady increase in energy consumption across North America is forcing consumers to contend with high and variable energy costs and utilities into increase grid investments.
Rodger Smith, SVP & GM, Oracle Utilities
Electric utilities—like all utilities—are in the service business. For many years, that was a straightforward, one-way delivery process: the utility provided electricity to its customers, and the customers paid the utility for the service....
Andrew Johnston, Chief Evangelist, ResilientGrid and Director, Navigant Consulting
With most Puerto Ricans going into month three without power, and recent reports about Russian and Chinese cyber activities in North America, let us then pause for a moment and talk about collapse.
Soorya Kuloor, CTO, Advanced Grid Analytics, Landis+Gyr
Distribution utilities are increasingly adopting analytics products into their enterprise IT portfolios. Analytics use cases are focused towards very diverse areas including finance, enterprise and customers....
Matt Green, Engineering Manager for Technology and Innovation, Weir Oil and Gas
Safety is a major concern across all industries. However, in the oil and gas space, ensuring the safety of personnel and protection of the environment is paramount.
Dr. Satyam Priyadarshy, Technology Fellow & Chief Data Scientist, Halliburton, and Adjunct Professor, Oklahoma State University
Kavita Priydarshy, Founder, Sahas, LLC.
Critical infrastructures like energy sector faces many challenges. One of the top problems is cyber-attacks for various nefarious reasons. Even oil and gas industry is a target of similar cyber-attacks.
Leah Ramirez, Director of EG Analytics and Decision Support, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
First, our team developed an approach to the solution: define the taxonomy, align the organization, and build the process and tools to deliver revenue and margin information daily without bias.
Norv Clontz, Director, Grid Analytics, Duke Energy Corporation
In 2014, Duke Energy established an Analytics Competency Center in the Grid Solutionsorganization with the charter to apply analytics to grid data in support of business decisionmaking.
Tom Bland, Director, Business Technology Services, Cobb EMC
Cobb EMC made a strategic decision in 2014 to migrate away from a Customer Care and Billing System that was hosted and managed “in-house” to a service based solution.