We sat in on a few of the executive tracks today at the Oracle Utilities Customer Edge conference. Here’s what those 30 or so CEOs, CCOs and CIOs were talking about (and how it applies to you), from data to customer care to developing partnerships.
Humans have been moving water a good long time—since before actual time, really, since what we like to label “prehistory.” Storing and moving water is, in fact, an early sign of civilization (in infrastructure form). Stone was favored originally for the moving. The ancient Greeks invented pressurized piping and indoor plumbing (of sorts). So, for eons we focused on the moving of water, but that’s not the full snapshot anymore with water systems.
Here’s what we learned about what’s trending for EV evolution right now at DistribuTECH 2019 (#DTECH2019) with insights from the Center for Transportation and Environment, EPRI, Con Edison, and TEPCo.
We recently tapped into the pop-up social community around DistribuTECH 2019 (#DTECH2019) to get some insights on our latest obsession: how we can all innovate with intent. (With answers from EPRI, SECC, KSV and more.
From better knowing the health of your assets, how much they cost to operate and maintain, and ensuring delivery of best value through lower total cost of ownership, there is a clear common thread underlying it all—the data.
Oracle Utilities’ disaggregation capabilities embody a disciplined effort from our data scientists who built upon more than a decade of research in time-series-based end-use disaggregation of household energy data. The Oracle Utilities data science team built advanced deep learning classification models using neural networks that mimic the human brain’s learning processes.
Utilities have a lot to think about these days. From big data to blockchain, from AI to VR, the only topic that's constant is the need to transform. However, amidst all the techie buzzwords floating around today, it's easy to lose sight of what remains a major fundamental component of the utility business—the assets.