In this webinar and case study, presenters Matt Nidd, Systems Integration Lead, AusNet Services, and Scott Harden, Vice-President, Strategic Alliances at Bit Stew Systems, will investigate real-world use cases in utilities that have tackled the challenge of applying real-time analytics to operational data on a massive scale in order to gain powerful new insights and improve automation. The presenters will also share best practices on key industry challenges that may be addressed through software defined operations and data-centric automation. You will learn how to:
- Effectively manage rollout and optimize data integration for greater insights into your operations
- Track benefit realization for real gain, including measuring demand response participation and effectiveness
- Monetize other data going forward by integrating geospatial, weather and demand data by rapidly creating data-enabled applications
In particular, this webinar and case study will take a close look at AusNet Services and review their efforts to centralize data integration on a single, holistic platform that not only provides improved data visualization and empowers efficient demand response. The presenters will discuss how they are achieving a "single pane of glass" for AusNet, coalescing all infrastructure, network and operational data across all business areas including IT/OT. Find out how the utility is maximizing the data on-hand and building customized data-enabled applications on their own to solve new challenges as they present themselves, without needing to seek outside solutions.
About the Speaker:
Matt provides business and technology advisory and delivery services to utilities across Asia Pacific. Along with his current systems integration engagement at AusNet Services he is assisting a number of Australian utilities prepare for market contestability of Smart Meters. Prior to this role, Matt held executive, senior architecture and transformational delivery roles across some of Asia Pacific’s largest utilities. Key roles Matt has held include:Matt provides business and technology advisory and delivery services to utilities across Asia Pacific. Along with his current systems integration engagement at AusNet Services he is assisting a number of Australian utilities prepare for market contestability of Smart Meters. Prior to this role, Matt held executive, senior architecture and transformational delivery roles across some of Asia Pacific’s largest utilities. Key roles Matt has held include:
- Delivery of Origin Energy’s ‘Smart’ Program of work for Australia’s largest utility and a number of firsts including the regions first near real-time customer portal
- Delivery of United Energy and Jemena’s customer and market systems for Victoria’s Smart Meter roll-out
- Delivery of the Architecture & Design for AusNet Services Metering Program
Scott, Vice President, Strategic Alliances, is a veteran Technology Executive and Utility Transformation Expert with years of experience leading the development of innovative solutions for Smart Energy Analytics and Digital Utilities Transformation. As an evangelist for Bit Stew’s MIx™ product suite, Scott incorporates a deep understanding of analytical technology and industrial enterprises to develop compelling business solutions and opportunities directly with customers and through partners.
As a strategic thought leader, Scott has defined the innovation agenda for many industry leading utilities and managed the execution of transformational road maps leveraging our data-driven applications for software defined operations. He’s highly skilled at identifying new and disruptive technologies and the application of advanced analytic capabilities to streamline operations and promote growth.
At Bit Stew, Scott is responsible for the design and execution of joint go-to-market plans with Bit Stew’s global alliance partners; including a select number of strategic, high growth system integrators and application developers that are highly-geared towards developing advanced solutions for software defined operations.