The IoT for Utilities Summit, to be held at the Grace Hotel Sydney on 30 and 31 October 2017, will bring together CIOs, CDOs, energy leaders and experts from across the industry spectrum to examine the future impact of digitalisation on utilities and to discuss requirements, gaps and opportunities for leveraging emerging technologies to increase production, decrease costs and drive broader transformation.
The advent of the Industrial Internet is creating massive opportunities for digital technologies, such as advanced sensors, data analytics, robotics and automation, enabled by IoT to reshape the energy industry.
The IoT for Utilities Summit will focus on these opportunities with local and global authorities providing insights into key trends, opportunities and challenges, such as the convergence of physical and digital infrastructure and big data insights.
This convergence is enabling utilities to optimise the flow of information, improve asset performance, increase energy efficiency and security and ensure supply. At the same time it is leading to the disruption of traditional business models, transforming the way energy is generated, distributed and used, providing new services and altering the way customers interact with energy.
The IoT for Utilities Summit is designed for c-suite and line of business executives as well as technology and data leaders, and there will be a series of breakout sessions and roundtables to provide in-depth knowledge around specific applications.
Visitors will be able to learn about the latest products and services at the accompanying solutions showcase, featuring demonstrations that span the gamut of IoT technology.
The IoT for Utilities Summit 2017 will be held 30 – 31 October 2017 at the Grace Hotel, Sydney: Early Bird discounts before 8 September.