Data Analytics & Intelligence: Creating Value - An Energy Central Insights Special Issue, Two Part Series, Made Possible by Motorola SolutionsPosted to Energy Central
image credit: Energy Central
- Dec 8, 2020 5:00 pm GMTNov 23, 2020 10:56 pm GMT
- 482 views
This item is part of the Special Issue - 2020-12 - Data Analytics & Intelligence, click here for more
Letter from the Community Leader
Everything is getting smarter these days—the phone in your pocket, the thermostat controlling your home's temperature, and even your kitchen appliances. So, it should come as no surprise that one of the sectors leading the charge in leveraging these smart abilities is our power sector. As the Grid becomes more intelligent and the more technologies within the utility industry become digitalized, treasure troves of data are opened up for the utility professional to leverage. From individual customer programs based on their minute-by-minute power use to complete grid analysis for maintenance and reliability, the possibilities of analytics and intelligence are only starting to be understood in this world of big utility data!
In this month's two-part Special Issue series, Data Analytics & Intelligence: Creating Real Value, Energy Central puts a laser focus on this world of Analytics and Intelligence. And thanks to our content partner Motorola Solutions, we were able to compile some thought-provoking articles contributed by Energy Central community members and industry thought leaders.
As you read these insightful contributions, I encourage you to think about how you can tap into these lessons being shared to better serve your customers, employees, and the industry as a whole. And let's ensure this collaborative process isn't just a one-way affair—I invite you to share your experiences in the comments as well. Have you experienced something different than our authors? Do you have questions about how to interpret their results? Do you want to connect to collaborate more personally? Jump into the comments ASAP and get that conversation flowing!
Also, several other articles were submitted for this special issue series that, due to space, we were not able to include – to read them all, follow this link.
I am looking forward to reading the discussions.
Audra C Drazga
VP of the Power Industry Network