Internet of things (IoT) devices are flooding utility operations allowing the energy sector to use data insights to develop new energy services, enhance utility productivity and efficiency. Other benefits include improving real-time decision making, solving critical problems, and creating new and innovative experiences.
We have identified three key areas impacted by IoT and have invited top experts to share their knowledge and use cases in each of the areas below:
Impact 1: Intelligent asset management
As a result of this comprehensive monitoring, the adoption of advanced IoT enables visualisation, diagnosis and optimisation processes to create higher value-add potential for energy and asset management solutions.
Impact 2: Situational awareness with predictive grid analytics
As IoT makes sense of large amounts of data captured from machines, it uncovers valuable insights into the health and performance of generation, consumption, equipment and infrastructure. These predictive analytics allow utilities to identify impending problems early in order to avoid unexpected downtimes or failures.
Impact 3: Grid flexibility and resilience
The increase in decentralised generation is forcing utilities to rethink their business models. The IoT-enabled grid is making it possible for utilities to unlock business efficiencies improving grid flexibility and resilience.
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