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Asset Intelligence - Using analytics to increase reliability and manage total cost of asset ownership

Tuesday Apr 29, 2014 Presented by Energy Central
Virtual Event

The growing use of asset monitoring and management technologies is creating a new paradigm in asset management. This new model expands the use of existing data to arrive at a significantly deeper and more precise assessment of the utility operation's asset fleet. Yet compelling questions remain for the asset manager.

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Location: Virtual Event,
Venue: Your Office
Event Price: 0.00 (US)

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Energy Central
Contact Name: Energy Central
Phone: 303-782-5510

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- What are the primary variables that impact the health of my asset fleet risks?
- What are the primary variables that impact such KPIs as SAIDI?
- Which asset failures lead to the largest consequences?
- Is my asset investment planning targeted enough?

An analytics solution is needed that incorporates all the needed data in real-time to provide asset managers with a comprehensive view of the grid's asset performance.  Join Ajay Madwesh and Todd Hall as they discuss a unique spatial-temporal-nodal analytics approach to asset intelligence that provides aggregate, enterprise-level visibility of risky assets. 

During this webinar, you'll learn:
- Why spatial-temporal-nodal analytics are needed to create a deeper understanding of assets
- What data types are critical to assessing asset risk
- How external events such as weather impact upstream and downstream critical assets


Ajay Madwesh
Vice President, Utilities IBU and Solutions
Space-Time Insight

J. Todd Hall
Senior Industry Value Advisor

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