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Understanding the complexities of the connected utility
Connected technology is beginning to transform the power and utilities sector
Across many industries, especially in the asset-intensive power and utilities sector, organizations are anticipating digital disruption. By establishing complex connections to everything from technology, to their customers, utilities companies can better understand asset lifecycle management. Read more about how your company should approach making these connections.
Connected customers: The transformation imperative for utilities in a digitally disrupted world
The Internet of Things (IoT) is beginning to transform the power and utilities industry, with customers, employees, and assets all becoming increasingly connected. In the first of our series, we look into how the connected customer will drive change in the industry and what energy companies should do to respond.
Understanding connected asset lifecycle management
The lack of a detailed, end-to-end view of an asset portfolio—or asset lifecycle management—hinders power and utilities companies from achieving true value for the money invested. However, IoT creates new streams of data that can help with decision making and connect assets with other sources of live intelligence.
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