By equipping their plant with IoT-connected sensors, energy companies can continuously collect and analyse data about the condition and operation of facilities, sometimes enabling them to detect when maintenance on a piece of equipment is required before it fails, and thus minimise the amount of expensive down-timeLearn more
Energy companies are already undertaking programmes to replace traditional customer-premises meters with “smart meters”.
Connected to the internet, these smart meters can transmit, process and receive a range of operational data, for use by both energy suppliers and their customers. Benefits include an end to the need to for energy companies to send people to read their customers’ meters, and the ability for customers to make more informed choicesLearn more
Energy generation and distribution grids are expensive to build and maintain, and energy companies are continually striving both to reduce the cost of grid build and operation, and to maximise the benefit gained from the money they invest in the grid.Learn more
06/18/2018 to 06/21/2018
02/12/2018 to 02/13/2018
The European 5G Conference will take place on 12th & 13th February 2018 at the Steigenberger Wiltcher’s Hotel, Brussels.