• Reviewing big data implementation

    Reviewing big data implementation

    Grid Analytics Europe 2018 this year draws together 120+ utility big data leaders and smart grid domain experts for a review of practical big data implementations, and a discussion of the next steps in developing the data management, analytics and visualisation function, to maximise value and drive use-case expansion across the smart utility asset management, operations & maintenance, customer journey and finance department.

  • Human and machine collaboration

    Electrical Review hears from Mike Hughes, zone president of UK and Ireland for Schneider Electric, regarding the benefits and the level of AI uptake in his sector.

  • Dynamic developments

    Driven by environmental policies uptake and increasing gasification in Asia Pacific, the domestic boiler market grew in 2017 to 15 million units, with China recording the most “dynamic market uptake”. 

    Socrates Christidis (pictured), senior market intelligence analyst, of Bsria’s World Market Intelligence Division, said: “The Chinese market, driven by the accelerated effect of the ‘coal to gas’ policy, is now by far the largest global market with over 4.6 million boilers sold in 2017. The Chinese market is dominated by wall mounted gas non-condensing boilers that accounted for 90% of the market in 2017.

  • Trends in power quality for 2019

    Steve Hughes, managing director of power quality specialist REO UK, gives us his insight into the trends in power quality for 2019.

  • Shifting gears

    Natalie Sauber, market intelligence lead at Arcadis, explores how autonomous and connected vehicles are driving a new generation of data centre requirements.

  • Digital disruption increases need for fibre

    Dr. Rick Pimpinella, Panduit fellow, Panduit Corporation discusses why our penchant for data means the need for multimode fibre in the data centre is now more prevalent than ever.