Smart power networks require digital technology that enables two-way data communications to support new interactions and services with customers and the efficient management of key assets for the benefit of customers. For smart to succeed in the processing and storage of scalable volumes of data and our capability to analyse and use the findings is paramount.
Smart power networks will consist of controls, computers, automation, new technologies and equipment which, when integrated together, will enable the electricity grid to respond rapidly to dynamic changes in supply and demand signals.
This full-day seminar looked at the applications of big data analytics within smart power networks and its associated challenges, the emergence of smart grid technologies to capture, analyse and visualise big data, and the future trends and research themes.
The IET.TV team were on hand to capture the event so please take a look at what both industry and academia were saying on this important topic.
Sean Owen - Cloudera –“Data is Transforming the Energy Industry”
Douglas Wilson - WAMS Chief Scientist - GE
Applying “Predix” cloud computing to high speed Wide Area Monitoring Systems technology
Sean Owen, Douglas Wilson
Professor Panos Louvieris
Empowering Renewable Energy Prosumers through Big Data Analytics
Professor David Wallom
Benefits of big data analytics in Smart Metering. ADEPT, WICKED and beyond
Panel session 2: Big data analytics for smart metering - Q&A
Panos Louvieris, David Wallom, Gary Taylor
Dr Xing Wang
Centrica – Big data analytics brings value to energy consumers
Convert Business Consumers into Prosumers for Grid Service Provision
David Kirkland, Technical Solutions Director for GE,
Digitisation in the energy sector: from device to information
Dr Samuel Jupe Nortech
"The Power of Monitoring for Smart Networks"