How Multi-Sensing AI Platforms Unlock Full Grid Visibility

Filling in the Gaps in Grid Management Through Full Digitalization

Jun 09, 2022 - 11:00 AM ET / 17:00 CET
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Transmission and distribution (T&D) networks are at the core of a utility’s business. Many are in dire need of an injection of technology and capital to maintain the high levels of grid performance that today’s customers demand. Exacerbating these needs are a proliferation of distributed energy resources (DER), renewable energy systems (RESs), microgrids, and new forms of power aggregation. With these transformational changes occurring on the grid, operators are increasingly searching for tools that can provide end-to-end visibility. 

In this Guidehouse Insights webinar, the panel explored how innovative applications of T&D sensing and measurement (TDSM) and analytics technologies can improve fault detection efforts, facilitate higher levels of DER integration, enable asset performance management (APM), and support a number of larger grid modernization goals. The panel also talked about the role that multi-sensing and powerful analytics can play in delivering more timely, relevant, and actionable insights for grid operators.

  • Solving for today and planning for tomorrow
  • Can today’s solutions meet tomorrow’s demands?
  • New solutions provide full grid visibility
  • Tomorrow’s solutions enable value stacking
  • What are the primary challenges facing grid operators today and in the future?
  • What are the limitations of existing technologies for enabling end-to-end grid visibility?
  • What emerging technologies can help fill the gaps of grid visibility?
  • What primary use cases do emerging TDSM solutions enable or enhance?
  • Utilities and grid operators
  • Energy software vendors and service providers
  • Communications vendors and service providers
  • Non-utility providers
  • Systems integrators
  • Government agencies
  • Research community
  • Investor community