New innovations in augmented reality, edge computing and geospatial technology is creating new operational efficiencies and services, with utility business models evolving to meet new sustainability and decentralised market challenges.
The industrial revolution 4.0 is inevitable and utilities and electric companies must embrace digital disruption and new operational processes in order to respond to this challenge.
Providing insight from its recent projects with Iberdrola, Indra will demonstrate how using disruptive technologies can provide utilities owning generation assets with valuable tools to take advantage of the disruptions occurring in the energy sector.
Iberdrola will highlight a number of initiatives that are being explored within the industrial digitalisation program. This includes asset performance management, advanced cloud assets performance and condition monitoring systems that are being tested in partnership with Indra, to maximise operational efficiency and performance in the exploitation of renewable generation assets.
Indra will also explain the benefits of using simulation technologies for digital training to drastically cut training costs and offer more holistic programs with real-time, critical scenarios.
Featuring insight from Iberdrola and Indra, tune into this webinar to learn more about:
- How augmented reality can lead to operational management savings
- Creating a roadmap for industrial digitisation and a digital-first culture
- The business case for aligning capital spend on new, innovative technologies