Digital Transformation in Utilities
Digital Transformation in Utilities
22nd - 23rd October 2019 | The Business Design Centre, London 

What's happening?
Instigate change across your industry, keep pace with disruptive technology and maximise the opportunities of digital transformation for utilities.
About DX Utilities 

Utilities are pivotal to an IoT-enabled society. By monitoring water and electricity usage, the Smart Home can function more effectively and households can lower their operational costs. For Connected Cities, having an in-depth, real-time understanding of utility competencies and capabilities on the ground is hugely beneficial for the effective running of operations.

Good connectivity is essential for utility companies to be able to detect and tackle infrastructure problems more quickly and efficiently, to predict energy need and usage on the go more accurately, and to cater for peaks and troughs more effectively as they occur.

Discover how better network connectivity, 5G, IoT and AI are combining to make Connected Cities a reality, transforming utility companies’ capabilities for the better.

Event Highlights

  • Hear from 200 industry leading speakers with keynote presentations and panel debates
  • More “real-world” case studies from companies who have started their digital transformation journeys.
  • A conference programme designed to offer learning and insight as well as discussion with some of the industries leading minds.
  • Meet more of the industries leading tech visionaries with previous participants including Oracle, IBM, Microsoft, Cognizant, Cisco, EY, KPMG, Accenture, Dell and many more.
  • Key technologies discussed in detail include IoT and Connectivity, Security, Data, AI and Blockchain.
  • An interactive programme with meet the speaker, roundtable discussions and exhibitor demo talks
Self Generation

Self-generation and microgrid energy are challenging traditional utility businesses to innovate as consumers and businesses turn to alternative energy sources. Agility in this changing market is essential.
IoT

From smart meters to connected thermostats, customers want control of their energy usage. IoT has given power to the consumer and disruptive tech start-ups are racing utility giants to take advantage.

Customer Services

With new technology at their fingertips, today’s consumers expect a personalised approach from their utility providers, but how can utilities adapt to shifting expectations?

Blockchain

Blockchain has the potential to transform the utilities industry, creating new avenues of revenue and accelerating processes. We look into the realities and opportunities of the blockchain revolution.

Previous Speakers

Natalia Konstantinova
Natalia Konstantinova Lead Software Engineer R&D, First Utility
Elaine Robinson
Elaine RobinsonInnovation Programme Manager, Electric Ireland
Rebecca Dibb-Simkin
Rebecca Dibb-SimkinProduct Director, Octopus Energy
Dominic Lavelle
Dominic LavelleHead of Product & Proposition, RWE npower
Holly Stockbridge
Holly StockbridgeUK & I Innovation Manager, ENGIE
Holly Stockbridge
Holly StockbridgeUK & I Innovation Manager, ENGIE
Fonger Ypma
Fonger YpmaHead of Smart Energy LAb, Eneco
Jo Cox
Jo CoxCommercial Director Connected Homes, Centrica
Who Should Attend
Industry Execs
  • Engage with your tech industry leaders — 65%+ of whom are decision makers.

  • See the leading edge across industries including Finance, Insurance, Utilities, Telecoms, Cities, Transport and Healthcare.

  • Connect with entrepreneurs and explore commercial relationships.
Entrepeneurs
  • Network with investors, fellow innovators, and develop partnerships with leading industry participants.

  • Understand what investors across the globe are eager to fund.

  • Get an insight into the mindset of the industry and gain a better grasp of where the market is heading.
Investors
  • Meet thought leaders and leave with deep insight into the Digital Transformation landscape.

  • Understand the competitive backdrop and the mindset of likely partners from across Europe.

  • Gain visibility into companies across the full range of categories.
Previous Attendees Include
kpmg
ibm
eon
npower
vattenfall
total
edf
bp
engie
national grid
british gas
sse
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