August 20th, 2020
2pm - 3pm (CEST)
The world of asset integrity management is evolving rapidly – both from a technical and a business perspective. The result is a growing need for next-generation intelligent and connected asset management capabilities using digital technologies such as IoT, machine learning, digital twins, and access to a “single source of truth.”
Join us as we detail our vision for the future of the industry. We will cover digital solutions developed by Cognite and explain how these capabilities can be applied to asset integrity management in order to reduce cost, accelerate execution, deliver increased reliability and safety, and drive significant, sustained value.
We will present Cognite Remote, a configurable, high-fidelity, holistic 3D digital twin application. Cognite Remote provides the best way to locate, navigate, and understand the data ingested into and contextualized in Cognite Data Fusion (CDF), giving users actionable insights about industrial operations. This enables and accelerates remote operations and distributed collaboration, and makes the vision of unmanned platforms and installations a reality.
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Tatiana has more than 15 years of professional experience in software engineering, project and program management, strategic leadership, and sales and services. Before joining Cognite, she worked at Schlumberger, managing the world’s leading E&P software development, and at Microsoft, managing Norway’s largest business areas to accelerate digital transformation. Tatiana is leading Cognite’s work in 3D visualization, computer vision, and digital twins and asset integrity management. She has a master’s degree in computer science.
Jan Helge joined Cognite in 2017, and heads up product management for 3D visualization, computer vision, and digital twins. Before joining Cognite, Jan Helge worked as a product and project manager for large scale search and data platform solutions at Cxense, Microsoft and FAST. He has been responsible for managing roadmaps and feature prioritization, creating marketing demos and presentations, and capturing feedback from customers.
Milad is a software engineer in the computer vision team at Cognite, which aims to automate tasks in heavy-asset industries by using cameras as sensors. Milad has a Ph.D. in computational neuroscience from the University of Oslo (UiO), where he focused on information processing in the visual system. Prior to his Ph.D., he completed a master’s degree in computational physics at UiO, working on first-principle molecular dynamics simulations. In addition to working at Cognite, Milad also works as a researcher at UiO.