Autonomous Operational Forecasting: an Interview with Frank Kreuwel of Alliander - [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Interview]
- Sep 2, 2020 11:27 am GMT
Being able to predict the future used to be a magic trick, but today it’s a necessary reality for stakeholders across the energy sector. From predictive maintenance to anticipating demand, being forward-looking is not a luxury but a requirement for an efficient and optimal power grid. Luckily, advances in artificial intelligence, remote sensors, and other technologies have made accurate forecasting more and more possible.
As one of those experts who is advancing this critical field, Frank Kreuwel sees plenty of reason for excitement and innovation in the coming years. Frank is going to be sharing his insights at the upcoming virtual conference ‘AI&ML for the Smart Grid 2020’ with his presentation ‘Automonomous Operational Forecasting – leveraging AI-powered, short-term forecasting to enable autonomous local balancing of the grid while maintaining quality of data, models, and results under operational considerations.’
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