Randy Rikel West Texas A&M UniversityVice President for Business and Finance
Fiona Daly NHS Improvement
Ioannis Orfanos Green Value AssociatesOrfanos
12:5513:40Europe/MadridEU-01 – Meeting Carbon Reduction Targets in a Challenging Financial Landscape
Large energy consumers, from manufacturers to municipalities, are tasked with meeting aggressive carbon reduction targets but find this challenging with dated energy and facility infrastructure. How are these institutions pairing the use of advanced technologies and high efficiency systems with innovative financing mechanisms to achieve their goals? How did they invest in upgrades when there wasn't a generous budget line item in place? In this session, hear directly from large energy consumers on how they have implemented energy efficiency programs. What were the critical first steps? How did they get the required executive support? What was the timeline for the projects and how did they secure funding? What were the lessons learned and notable best practices? What were the results of these energy efficiency projects, and how have they impacted their planning for tomorrow?
15:5016:35Europe/MadridEU-02 – Stay Connected in Mountains & Isolated Territories with Green Autonomous modules
This session explores autonomous modules for telecom access in isolated areas like mountains, without access to energy & telecom networks, based on solar energy and different innovative telecom solutions. See examples of real-time monitoring of water dam production, environment protection by controlling water levels in rivers, and human safety with avalanches, with many already deployed in France and Spain. See real-life examples of how shepherds are staying connected to phone and internet via satellite with new opportunities to supervise cattle with webcams and connected necklaces.
Janina Paris MAHLE Thermoelektronik GmbHDevelopment Engineer
Marc Fàbregas BachsAllWizeCEO
Ramón Jane CrumolsNedgia (Naturgy Group)
17:3018:15Europe/MadridEU-03 – Gas Network Monitoring: Applications of IoT with Energy Harvesting in Distribution Networks
The introduction of sensors and actuators in gas distribution networks has never been an easy task due to lack of power supply, which can make implementation difficult. Measuring parameters like gas flow and pressure at supply points in a simple and low-cost way has always been a key challenge. This session will explore Gas Network Monitoring (GNM), a use case based on energy harvesting. Discover how you can monitor operation parameters (flow, pressure, noise...) at supply points and network stations (ERM) and in a simple, fast and low-cost manner.
18:1519:00Europe/MadridEU-04 – Securely deploying IIoT Edge Gateways with Edge Analytics and Machine Learning
In oil and gas deployments, customers face the challenge of commissioning, managing, and securing Industrial IoT (IIoT) devices. The benefit of connecting distributed assets is asset management and the challenge: how to deploy and manage these devices to access critical data for machine learning. Discover how you can access data with existing infrastructure, integrate analytics, and securely deploy edge gateways. The result is better usage of assets in upstream O&G, tracking of services for fueling solutions, and improved asset
Nicole Bulgarino AmerescoExecutive Vice President, Federal
11:1512:00Europe/MadridEU-05 – Distributed energy solutions, smart grids and storage – the perfect combination for sustainability and resiliency
Market economics and dynamics in the energy sector are changing rapidly, creating a compelling reason to consider new distributed energy solutions to support sustainability and carbon reduction objectives. Heightened energy prices and challenges to the larger grid have made localized distributed energy solutions highly cost competitive. The benefits of renewable energy with storage span even further: Imagine not being crippled by a grid outage, or sustaining full operational during a time of crisis? When the proper advanced technologies are in play, the combination of renewable energy coupled with a microgrid and battery storage enable true resiliency at its finest. In the session, we will learn about the experiences and stories of renewable energy implementation on U.S. military bases of Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island and Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
12:0512:50Europe/MadridEU-12 – Operational Efficiency in Oil & Gas Industry
This session will explore how LPG (Liquified Petroleum Gas) consumers are optimizing logistics and improving customer service by implementing an end-to-end solution (device + connectivity + platform + integration) by connecting remote installations in an efficient way in terms of network performance, power consumption, security and cost. See how gas tanks are sending critical information like filling levels or temperature to ensure the operational efficiency (optimize the logistics and routes) and end-user satisfaction (predictive maintenance and demand anticipation).
14:4015:25Europe/MadridEU-06 – Monash Smart Energy City Program Builds Smart Grid with IIoT-based Management Platform
In this session, we'll explore the Monash Smart Energy City program that is deploying an IIoT smart grid management system to integrate the distributed energy resources (DERs) and actively balance their output with the energy demand of the buildings and other campus entities. With a goal to achieve 100% renewable energy generation, discover how they are using the Monash campus as a large-scale trial to demonstrate the value of smart energy infrastructure to energy market participants and the ability to move to 100% renewable energy. Learn how the system orchestrates energy production and loads to respond to grid events and market pricing, maintains power grid reliability and optimizes energy costs.
15:3016:15Europe/MadridEU-07 – Energy Adaptive Networks and Software Defined Microgrids to Protect Against Natural Disasters
Fires caused by electric grid failures are increasing at an alarming rate, with complex problems involving local and global factors such as rapid weather changes or failing infrastructure unable to keep up with power fluctuations. To deal with climate change, green power is rapidly coming online, but accepting renewables into the grid creates complex issues with reverse power flows. The Napa fires last year, and perhaps the recent Camp Fire, may have been ignited by such power fluctuations. What the future of energy adaptive networks holds and the role of open collaboration to prevent the next catastrophic disaster. This presentation will describe Project EAN-Caltech use case with utility companies in Southern California to identify potential use of real time DER data to predict reactive power fluctuations and protect smart grid infrastructure.
16:3517:20Europe/MadridEU-08 – An Innovative Outdoor IIOT Edge Platform for Smart Cities’ Digital Transformation
In their quest to move to "smart", many cities struggle with how to start the journey. Join this session to learn how leading municipalities have transformed their streetlight network into a Digital City "Operating System" for deploying smart city devices and services. Discover how they have collected, visualized, and acted on real time data to solve for such problems as improved public safety, energy efficiency and sustainability, smart mobility - traffic and parking, economic development, operational improvement/asset management.
17:2518:10Europe/MadridEU-15 Ensuring Human Safety with Real-Time IoT Applications
Safety is always an absolutely priority at oil and gas giant Total. As part of this focus, they have embarked on an effort called TADI (Total Anomaly Detection Initiative) to support the prevention of major accidents. This session will explore the application platform that Total chose for this project, for its ability to combine independent information flowing from diverse sources, qualify this data, and enable system operators to make the right decision and take actions in a complex industrial context.
Raymond Kwok Swire Properties LimitedProject Manager
Will Cavendish ArupGlobal Lead, Digital Services
Mark Chen ArupAssociate
18:1519:00Europe/MadridEU-09 – Innovating Built Environment Management: Using Machine Learning to Enhance Building Performance
In Hong Kong, buildings account for 90% of electricity consumption and contribute 60% of the city’s greenhouse gas emissions. At the same time 50% of the building stock are classified as ‘sick buildings’, which are prone to causing human discomfort due to factors such as lighting, air quality and temperature control. This session will explore how you can integrate IOT and AI with existing Building Management Systems to provide insight and machine learning models for built environmental improvement, operation and asset management, energy monitoring and optimisation. Discover how this technology creates a better indoor environment in order to improve employee productivity and wellbeing and how it can drive the digital transformation of the built environment.
Md Shamsuri Bin Md Ghazalli Tenaga Nasional BerhadTeam Leader Master System Replacment & Implementation Of ADMS Project
12:0512:50Europe/MadridEU-10 – IOT Enabled Intelligent Substation Automation For Future Distribution Grid Operational Solution
This session will explore how Tenaga Nasional Berhad Malaysia is addressing the challenges in implementing a highly secured and intelligent automation system of the distribution power grid for self-healing (analytics and decision making for restoring power) for the current and future power grid needs such as renewable energy and high dynamic loads. Discover how they are using additional low-power grid sensors with intelligent electronic devices that complements the existing earth fault sensors at various distribution substations with selected 11kV underground feeders for intelligent self-healing power restoration plans. Learn how they have improved outage restoration time, reduction the Supply Average Interruption Duration Index (SAIDI) and the Customer Average Interruption Duration Index (CAIDI).
12:5513:30Europe/MadridEU-11 – Predictive Analytics and Remote Monitoring Systems for Industrial Equipment
T Plus is a Russian electricity generation company. It is the largest private heating and electricity generation company in the country, controlling 7% of the power generation and 10% of the heating market. In this session, discussion will focus on how TPlus and other leading companies have implemented Industrial IoT solutions for diagnostics and predictive analytics of industrial equipment to improve equipment performance, increase safety and cut operating costs.
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