HCL Technologies is a proud sponsor of DISTRIBUTECH 2022
Over the past year, organizations worldwide were challenged with the COVID-19 pandemic, and the energy sector was no exception. It was not digitally prepared and lacked the comprehensive tools and infrastructure to deal with challenges quickly. Many organizations turned to low code and mobile innovation not just to meet the new needs but the new normal.
This created more opportunities with limitations. Today, the industry is heavily engaged in various technology and business transformation initiatives. HCL’s rich domain experience, coupled with capabilities in technologies such as IoT, Smart City, Digital future, helps organizations take a giant leap forward in this transformation journey.
Through the delivery of an innovative and incredibly agile technical solution, Utilities can be assured of the level of reliability and flexibility needed to support the business into the future. As our customers move from simple cost reduction to business outcomes, we have transformed ourselves by engaging in business benefits-led outsourcing programs. We offer year on year productivity gains on not only on IT SLAs and KPIs, but also the key indicators that drive the energy business.
Breakfast Roundtable Discussion
Topic: Digital Future || Date: May 24, 2022 || Time: 8 AM CST
HCL empowers organizations to deliver robust apps across all channels rapidly. In just a few weeks, we have helped digital-forward energy organizations use low code to build mobile apps that carry out numerous crucial tasks, including field inspections, equipment tracking, compliance, and more.
Knowledge Hub Session 1
Topic: Energy Transition – Security and Resilience Impacts || Date: May 24, 2022 || Time: 10:30 AM CST
The global energy transition and worldwide sustainability targets, are driving the growth of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) leading to increased pressure on Utilities to modernize grid management platforms. The simultaneous trends of Decarbonization, Digitization and Decentralization, combined with the introduction of more dynamic energy sources and increased sensorization of the grid and availability of greater compute power are driving more decisioning and control capability to be decentralized.
This panel of industry experts will discuss how to understand your current integrated grid platform needs, how to plan and design an overall monitoring and optimization system, what pitfalls to look out for, and other lessons learned to help you successfully deliver an integrated, safe and optimized DER system across a modern digital grid.
Knowledge Hub Session 2
Topic: Convergence of technology , innovation and collaboration to make cities smarter || Date: May 24, 2022 || Time: 1 PM CST
Use cases such as improved traffic and air quality monitoring, safety in the streets and public places, monitoring and preempting criminal activity are constantly evolving with the implementation of digital solutions that leverage AI, edge, machine learning, and deep learning – coupled with improved connectivity across cities.
The Intelligent Secure Edge (ISE) for Smart Cities is a collaborative platform that connects citizens, the administration, and public institutions in a virtual community powered by artificial intelligence, connected through Wi-Fi 6, 5G, and other technologies. This enables proactive responses that are powered by real-time insights.
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|Venue||Main Aisle, Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas, TX, USA|
|Date:||May 23 - 25, 2022|