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ON-DEMAND

Mitigating Operational Risks Across the Grid With Data and Digital Twin Best Practices

Aging infrastructure and volatile weather conditions have put a spotlight on the operational risks that exist across complex, distributed, ever-evolving grid networks. 

From remote asset management of transformers and substation assets to autonomous systems for overhead line inspection and vegetation analysis, digital applications are key to solving these problems and realizing tremendous societal and financial value. 

But are grid operators truly “data-ready” to tackle these problems at scale? Learn what it will take in this webinar.

  • Key risk mitigation application areas and their specific data challenges
  • Best practices for accelerating existing digital projects enabling project managers with the means to solve complex use cases
  • Examples from Cognite customers on how they are leveraging DataOps to deliver both short-term and long-term success
ON-DEMAND

Mitigating Operational Risks Across the Grid With Data and Digital Twin Best Practices

Gabe Prado-1

Gabe Prado

Product Marketing Director, Power & Utilities

With eight years in the industrial test and measurement industry and three years working with energy customers to deploy ML and advanced analytics solutions, Gabe has seen firsthand the challenges that major industrial companies face when they can’t map the right data to their digital applications. 

Andy Schechter

Andy Schechter

Director of Business Development, Power & Utilities

Andy has 20 years of software sales, marketing, and operational executive experience in the Power & Utilities industry and has held sales leadership positions with several utility software solution providers. 

Mateusz Treder

Mateusz Treder

Director of Customer Success, Power & Utilities

Mateusz has more than eight years of international experience, gained predominantly in the energy sector. He has worked extensively at the intersection of business and engineering.