24-25-26 April 2024, Berlin, Germany

The Global BIG DATA Analytics In Power & Utilities Industry Forum

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Big Data Energy Forum

Why you should Join It

How you transform your business as tech, consumer, habits industry dynamic change, Find out from those leading the charge.

Learn from and connect with leading experts

on the Big Data Energy Forum

Use of Blockchain Technology in Data Security

Implementation of Green Blockchain Initiatives

Artificial Intelligence Essence in Big Data Analytics Workloads

Augmented Business Process Management Systems

How the Internet of Things Drives the Adoption of Streaming Analytics

The Growth of the Fifth-Generation Mobile Network (5G)

See technologies first-hand and learn from experts

Meet like-minded professionals facing similar challenges

Codeless Machine Learning Application in Big Data Management

Demystify the topic of big data

The Essence of Cloud Migration in Business Intelligence Software

Link big data decisions to ROI

The Rise in Popularity of Predictive Analytics

Hear about successful projects and understand the applications to your operations

Find ideas and resources to improve, accelerate, new applications

Find technology solution providers

Event Speakers

Mikko Muurinen

Mikko Muurinen

Head of Data & AI Helen
    John Tillemma

    John Tillemma

    CTO TWTG RandD B.V
      Joseph Otoo

      Joseph Otoo

      Senior Legal Counsel Aru
        Dr. Henry Tan

        Dr. Henry Tan

        Senior Lecturer University of Aberdeen
          Dr. Kamal Radi

          Dr. Kamal Radi

          Senior Specialist – Power Systems Planning, SCADA and Energy Management Systems (EMS) ESB

            SCHEDULE DETAILS

            Event Schedules

            - Case Helen: Data & AI powered energy company
            • 09:10 - 09:50
            • Mikko Muurinen Head of Data & AI Helen

            - Case Helen: Data & AI powered energy company

            Enabling digital customer interaction and participation to the energy ecosystem Data and AI driven automated and distributed energy system AI as a colleague

             Reserved for a sponsor
            • 09:50 - 10:30

            Reserved for a sponsor

            Energy harvesting for the IoT
            • 11:00 - 11:40
            • John Tillemma CTO TWTG RandD B.V

            Energy harvesting for the IoT

            Getting rid of the battery that needs to be charged / replaced / maintained / recycled within IoT Always-online and zero-maintenance Energy harvesting, but with the tools that really work today

            A focus on Master Data Management
            • 09:10 - 09:50
            • Andreas Tagkalakis Department Manager - Global Master Data Management OMV

            A focus on Master Data Management

            Andreas Tagkalakis Department Manager - Global Master Data Management OMV

            How AI can help to develop and optimize renewable power plants in merchant power markets
            • 09:50 - 10:30
            • Daniel Luecht Founder & CEO NASH Renewables GmbH

            How AI can help to develop and optimize renewable power plants in merchant power markets

            Renewables in the context of power market canalization – driving new optimization KPIs into the industry Power output optimization across Wind, Solar, and Hybrids Integration across multiple power offtake strategies

            Data collection and utilisation in the energy transition
            • 09:10 - 09:50
            • Per-Oddvar Osland Research Manager Glitre Nett AS

            Data collection and utilisation in the energy transition

            Driving grid innovation under increased regulatory pressure, intense cybersecurity threat, and rapidly rising demand for renewables integration
            • 09:50 - 10:30
            • Anjos Nijk Managing Director European Network for Cyber Security (ENCS)

            Driving grid innovation under increased regulatory pressure, intense cybersecurity threat, and rapidly rising demand for renewables integration

            Speeding up grid modernisation through flexibility and storage to manage demand and capacity constraints Aligning organisational culture and capabilities to meet the needs of the future grid Embedding an understanding of the threat landscape and adversarial capabilities to enable a proactive approach to cybersecurity

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