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Big data analytics for smart power networks


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This one day seminar will give an insight into the state of the art applications of big data analytics within smart power networks.

Date and Time

08 November 2016 - 09:00-16:30


London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Control & Automation TPN. Contact Nicole Tiebosch at ntiebosch@theiet.org for more information.

About this event

Smart power networks and smart grids require the incorporation of digital technology in the power network that allows for two-way data communication between utility and its customers, as well as the management, processing and storage of scalable volumes of data. Smart power networks will consist of controls, computers, automation, and new technologies and equipment which, working together, will enable the electrical grid to respond quickly to changing electricity generation and demand.

This full day seminar will look at state of the art applications of big data analytics within smart power networks, with focus on the concept of big data analytics within smart power networks and the associated challenges, emergence of smart power network and smart grid technologies, new techniques and technologies to capture, analyse and visualise big data, and future trends and research themes. Register today to secure your place.

This event is jointly organised by the IET Control and Automation Network and Brunel University London


09:00 Arrival and registration

09:30 Welcome and introduction to the event

09:45 Keynote speaker: Sean Owen, Head of Data Science, Cloudera

10:15 Panel Session 1: Developing smart grid functionality based on big data analytics

11:15 Refreshments and networking

11:45 Panel Session 2: Big data analytics for smart metering

12:40 Lunch and networking

13:45 Panel Session 3: Implementing big data analytics in the energy and power sector

15:00 Refreshments and networking

15:30 Panel Session 4: Developing ICT infrastructure for big data analytics

16:20 Closing remarks

16:30 Close

The full programme can be downloaded online

Reasons to attend

  • Gain an understanding of big data analytics concepts within smart power networks
  • Update your knowledge of emerging technologies, including cloud computing, the Internet of Things and granular computing
  • Learn who's who in the field in big data analytics, smart power networks and smart grids
  • Share knowledge and best practices

Continuing Professional Development

CPD logo declaring this event can contribute 7 hours towards your Continuing Professional Development

This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.


£40 inclusive of VAT

Price exclusive of VAT will be shown when booking (£33.33)

Additional information

This event would be of particular interest to the following group:

  • Academic researchers in big data analytics, smart power networks or smart grids
  • System analysts, integrators, developers associated with high volume data analysis/systems
  • Stakeholders from government departments, innovation networks and regulators
  • Control systems engineers, managers from power or national grid organisations

Registration information

Registration is essential for this event. Please register using the green button.


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