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How Predictive AI is Helping the Energy Sector

In the past year or so, we have seen the emergence of many new and exciting applications for predictive AI in the energy industry to better maintain and optimise energy assets. In fact, the advances in the technology have been nothing short of rapid. The challenge, though, has been in supplying the ‘right’ data to make them effective.

It will be interesting to see what the future holds for predictive AI. Whilst there is much to admire, predictive AI is still in the emerging technologies phase and needs to overcome the challenges of scaling up. This article focuses on the benefits of the technology and what the energy sector will need to focus on over the next 12 months to ensure it doesn’t try to run before it can walk.

How Predictive AI is Helping the Energy Sector

In the past year or so, we have seen the emergence of many new and exciting applications for predictive AI in the energy industry to better maintain and optimise energy assets. In fact, the advances in the technology have been nothing short of rapid. The challenge, though, has been in supplying the ‘right’ data to make them effective.

It will be interesting to see what the future holds for predictive AI. Whilst there is much to admire, predictive AI is still in the emerging technologies phase and needs to overcome the challenges of scaling up. This article focuses on the benefits of the technology and what the energy sector will need to focus on over the next 12 months to ensure it doesn’t try to run before it can walk.

Why OEMs need to Kick Digital Transformation into Gear

James Smith, Head of Client Services, and Chris Hanson, Head of Data at One Nexus explain why it is vital for OEMs to empower their dealer networks with the information to tap into new revenue streams while reinforcing the customer relationships required to retain loyalty in a fast-changing market.

My Predictions: Top Tech Trends in 2024

For many, a new year is synonymous with resolutions. I also see it as a time to think about the top technology considerations to prioritize going forwards. The holiday break gives me time to digest and reflect on the evolving technology landscape. It gives me a framework to build on, helping to open more rewarding discussions with our partners and customers in the new year.

Digital transformation isn’t an inside job.

Digital transformation is relevant for any organisation that wants to enhance customer experiences, optimise operations and remain competitive in an increasingly technology-driven world. Increasingly many of these applications take place out in the field.

Digital transformation isn’t an inside job.

Digital transformation is relevant for any organisation that wants to enhance customer experiences, optimise operations and remain competitive in an increasingly technology-driven world. Increasingly many of these applications take place out in the field.

Maritime digital transformation: reframing the narrative

Much has been written about the challenges of digital transformation in the maritime industry. Generalised value statements like “sluggish”, “resistance” and even “unsuccessful” have been tacked onto the topic like barnacles on the bottom of a vessel. But nobody would now deny that the future of the maritime industry depends on digitalisation. Overcoming maritime’s digital barriers should not be down to one individual or organisation. Instead, ship managers, owners, operators, ports, seafarers and tech companies need to work better together if the industry wants to make digital transformation happen. This is vital if the industry is to operate smoothly, efficiently and sustainably.

How will faster digital transformation affect your IT infrastructure?

We have witnessed a rapid expansion of initiatives and projects to assist digital transformation in recent years, but, the rate of digitisation will never be as sluggish as it is today. All companies want to be digitally transformed, but 55% say their digital strategies, as they stand, can’t keep up with their businesses.

The Time is Now for Digital Transformation

According to a McKinsey research report, 70% of enterprises that had taken on digital transformation reported in 2020 that their momentum had stalled. It is worth understanding the reasons–culture or scale for example–causing the slowdown as the payoffs from digital transformation can be impressive. It can lead to more efficient operations, with enterprises enjoying autonomy beyond their operations. An entire ecosystem with data transparency functions more smoothly as inefficiencies are easier to pinpoint and fix. It’s not easy and sometimes calls for specialised technology, especially in harsh working environments, such as field services and manufacturing.

Why CISOs must now embrace SD-WAN

As Simon Hill, Head of Legal & Compliance, Certes Networks insists, it is time for CISOs to take a lead role in the Digital Transformation process – or risk being side-lined for good.

Node4 Keeps Places Leisure Moving

Continuing a nearly 20-year customer relationship, Node4 delivers a centralised IT procurement, self-service IT helpdesk support, Microsoft356 roll-out and hosted cloud environment to Places Leisure.