“The Australian utility market has undergone many changes in the last few years including privatisation, renewable energy push, increase in demand and more compliance – the dynamics are changing rapidly.”
Australian Utility week recently spoke to Leo Quinn, Asset Management Consultant, Meridium in an interesting and in-depth interview.
In this interview, the company asked Leo to explain how the Connected Enterprise concept works and where Australian utilities are at in their journey towards being a Digital Utility.
Read the full interview.
Leo Quinn will be leading a Focus Group dedicated to The Connected Enterprise – Towards a customer centric asset management practice – IT & OT integration at Australian Utility Week on Day one, 24 November, 9.30-10.30am.
The utility sectors are experiencing once-in-a-generation change. Competitive forces combined with residential customers using solar and storage, undermines long held asset management assumptions. Asset Managers need to reassess their tools and strategies to stay on top of their requirements. It’s not easy but digital meters and smart sensors, and new IT and OT data integration platforms create new visibility into customers’ behaviour.
This session brings together asset and maintenance managers who seek to better understand how they can master this new technology for more accurate asset assessments.
If you would like to meet him in person, book your delegate pass or contact Australian Utility Week today and don’t miss this opportunity to learn and connect with Australian and New Zealand utilities under one roof at Luna Park Sydney, Australia.