IBM Q&A: Jon Edmonds, Client Director, Energy, Environment & Utilities
Engerati speaks with Jon Edmonds, client director at IBM, about their upcoming C-suite study and other projects IBM is working on with energy companies.
Editorial: Utilities playing catch-up to the hare
Digitalisation creates opportunities for energy companies, but also levels the playing field for a more nimble species of company.
Pöyry Q&A: The digital customer is king
Chief digital officer Stephen Woodhouse says utilities need to better understand their customers’ needs and behaviour.
Harnessing AI for renewable energy trading
Vattenfall on the acquisition trail alights on the Dutch software services provider Senfal.
Artificial intelligence and utility cyber defence – tackling OT-IT convergence
A machine learning-based solution from Darktrace is designed for real time detection of security threats to OT and IT systems.
Harnessing weather forecasting for building energy efficiency
Artificial intelligence-based weather forecasting demonstrates improved building energy management control.
Using situational intelligence to create business value
Integrating weather data into utility operations can save millions in costs, the Weather Company demonstrates.
How to meet the artificial intelligence energy challenge
The growing energy footprint associated to data centres needs to become more efficient. A new JRC report presents three approaches.
Iberdrola – drone innovations for asset monitoring
Iberdrola is supporting development of powerline and wind turbine monitoring by drones
Artificial intelligence – the energy challenge for data centres
Artificial intelligence is driving both data centre growth and energy efficiency.
What you need to know if your OT network is compromised
Cybersecurity experts at Indegy outline a checklist for cyber attack preparedness.
Man and machine, hand in hand: the impact of AI on the future of work
Utilities are rushing to unlock the potential of artificial intelligence to positively transform operations and services. This landmark report from technology leaders at Cognizant and the Center for the Future of Work highlights the strategies needed to ensure challenges at the interface between technology and humans do not undermine AI’s enormous potential.