Whether from drone cameras or smart meters, field data is rich with opportunity for maintenance improvements. Utilities can monitor assets at scale by feeding cloud-based field data into machine learning algorithms.
Machine learning can analyze field data at scale to identify patterns and outliers, proactively indicating when assets are near failure or at risk of environmental damage. When historical environmental data is added, analytics tools can also predict how assets will respond to future events like fires, floods, storms, and earthquakes.
When outages occur, artificial intelligence can instantaneously reroute electricity, shortening the time customers are without power. Machine learning can also help prioritize incident response crews so that they handle outages more efficiently. With real-time data and intelligent predictions easily available, you can be proactive about asset management—before outages and/or damage occur. Replacing equipment, reducing nearby risks, or even temporarily turning off power can keep customers safe.
At Logic20/20, our teams are using data science in the utilities industry to scale capabilities, tackle more use cases, and handle higher volumes of data.
Adam Cornille and lead data scientist Jafar Taghiyar discuss how they've built teams, machine learning models, and infrastructure within the utilities sector. They'll discuss where data science has the most impact, real-world use cases, and how to structure data science teams to appropriately scale your capabilities.
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Forecast analytics to explore what’s possible with your assets and get up-to-the-minute information about how to prevent issues.
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With cloud solutions in place, your infrastructure can handle the needs of your team, no matter how far afield.
As a part of Microsoft's Azure Data & AI Pioneers Series, Adam Cornille, Director and Advanced Analytics Lead, discusses the ways in which data science and AI are transforming the utilities industry through various initiatives. These initiatives have real human impact and the ability to save lives.
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Analytics give you the power to understand your assets and adapt your operations at scale, accelerating your business and increasing your ROI. Predictive analytics uses the power of machine learning to analyze field data of all kinds and produce recommendations for incident prevention. When you can see what’s coming, you can do what’s necessary.