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Smart Meter Analytics: What can we learn from the data?

IEEE Computer Society of Silicon Valley with IEEE CEDA

Tuesday, June 14, 2011 at 6:30 PM (PDT)

Smart Meter Analytics: What can we learn from the data?

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of Silicon Valley presents

Smart Meter Analytics:
What can we learn from the data?


Cosponsors:
IEEE Power & Energy Society Chapter / IEEE Industry Applications Society Chapter

Speaker:          Harald Weppner
Software Engineer – Corporate Strategy Group, SAP Labs


Location:
Cadence Design Systems(Building 10 map / entrance)
2655 Seely Ave., San Jose, CA

When:
              June 14:   6:30 pm Networking with food and beverage
7:00 pm Presentation

Registration:
    Free  –  but Please Register!         [ $2 donation helps cover food ]
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Abstract:
Beyond operational efficiency gains through the automated meter readings, smart meters are seen as a key technology enabler for reducing the output of greenhouse gases, improving energy efficiency and increasing the percentage of renewable energy. The European Union has set a 20-20-20 goal of reducing/improving each goal by 20% by the year 2020. For an average-sized Utility company (Energy retailer) the amount of data collected via smart meters increases from ~ 1GB to over 2TB per year when compared to classic meters. In this talk we will explore the information effects that result from analyzing this data and how it can benefit Energy retailers and consumers alike using SAP's In-Memory Computing Engine.

Bio:
Harald Weppner holds a Masters Degree in Computer Science and joined SAP Labs, Palo Alto in 1998 as an application developer in the High Tech business unit - one of the first development teams outside of SAP's headquarters in Walldorf, Germany. Later, as the chief industry solution architect his focus shifted towards driving more focused innovation into SAP development by actively guiding the early phases from an initial idea to defining a product ready for development. One of the key initiatives involved a new distributed manufacturing solution - marketed as SAP's Supplier Network Collaboration Platform. From 2006 on Harald has been a member of SAP Research and the Office of the Chief Scientist team in Palo Alto working on enabling the "Internet of Things". He is currently a member of SAP's Global Business Incubator developing the 1st generation of SAP applications leveraging in-memory database technologies.


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