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Asset management track

There is perhaps no aspect of the utility industry better positioned to take advantage of the revolution in analytics than asset management. The cost of maintaining large fleets of aging equipment using traditional maintenance methods is simply untenable for many utilities.

This track cuts through the “big data” hype to spell out what’s at stake and what’s available as the industry shifts to a more holistic idea of what asset management means.

Sessions


Making data: Sources and strategies

There is perhaps no aspect of the utility industry better positioned to take advantage of the revolution in analytics than asset management. The cost of maintaining large fleets of aging equipment using traditional maintenance methods is simply untenable for many utilities. This track cuts through the “big data” hype to spell out what’s at stake and what’s available as the industry shifts to a more holistic idea of what asset management means.

The doctor is in: Asset health management

Comprehensive asset management has arrived, and this session will show you why. We’ll cover strategies for generation, transmission and distribution assets, and we’ll introduce the Asset Health Center concept.

Making the case for asset health

Comprehensive asset management has arrived, and this session will show you why. We’ll cover strategies for generation, transmission and distribution assets, and we’ll introduce the Asset Health Center concept.

When wrenches become sensors: The changing face of service

Shrinking O&M budgets, a retiring workforce and an aging asset base are just some of the elements driving big changes in the service landscape. Wrenches and screwdrivers are being replaced by sensors and analytics—and that’s a good thing. 

In this session, we’ll talk about leveraging technology to lower O&M costs while improving reliability. We’ll also discuss changing maintenance practices, and we’ll make the case for condition-based maintenance. 

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