- Oct 26, 2021 12:55 pm GMT
This item is part of the Advances in Utility Digitalization - October 2021 SPECIAL ISSUE, click here for more
Letter from the Community Leader:
Technology is advancing the utility sector at a faster rate than it's ever experienced in the past, and many thought leaders would tell you that the most significant changes are still yet to come. From the new capabilities that artificial intelligence gives utility decision-makers to the possibility for augmented reality in training and maintenance, and so much more, the day-to-day operations in the power sector are becoming more and more digitized every day. Knowing what these trends are and how to anticipate the associated possibilities (and challenges) is already a full-time job for leaders in our sector. So, as part of our Special Issue Series for October, we asked the movers and shakers in our community to share articles, resources, questions, and ideas on what they're seeing as it relates to The Advances in Utility Digitalization - From AI to Augmented Reality, Digital Twins, and Beyond.
And, as usual, the Energy Central Community did not disappoint. I invite you to carve some time out of your day to visit our October Edition Special Issue Topic Tag Page and read all the insightful articles shared by thought leaders in the industry or listen to the digital-focused episodes of our Power Perspectives Podcasts.
And be sure to leave your thoughts, questions, and ideas in the comments section so these can be two-way conversations (that's what Energy Central is all about!).
I look forward to seeing you in the Community!
Audra C Drazga
VP of the Power Industry Network
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