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.
We’ve been talking about a lot of powerful new innovation possibilities during European Utility Week, but perhaps the most interesting is blockchain—a concept with lots of opportunities and excitement but few practical projects currently available to keep an eye on. 3EUW18 #EUW19
The future scenario of the grid includes that increasingly digital customer but also decentralized generation, a digital city and a digital worker, too—basically the electrification and connection of just about everything. #EUW18 #EUW19
Here are the best lessons from Oracle OpenWorld’s first day, from our own forward-thinking Oracle Utilities insiders (shout outs to Rodger Smith, Dan Byrnes and Mike Ballard) all the way up to our own Oracle founder Larry Ellison as he gave the conference keynote today: innovation and disruption solved.