Stein Danielson - Cognite
Alexandre Meldem - Flyability
Gabe Prado - Cognite
Robotics and drone programs are increasingly valuable components of inspection workflows, capable of operating in dangerous and remote locations while offering a consistent and expanded field of view. But in many cases, the data collected remains underutilized due to a lack of integration with analytics workflows. As a result, many of these programs leave ROI on the table, take longer than expected to adopt, or continue to exist as siloed applications. Operational digital twins offer a robust, complimentary data and analytics ecosystem which fully maximizes the value of both new and existing drone programs without causing significant disruption to your digital technology stack. In this panel session with Cognite, Boston Dynamics, and Flyability, we’ll discuss the role that contextualized data and operational digital twins play from sustainably improving analytics with computer vision and other analytics, to providing a contextualized environment for autonomous operations.
- Learn about high-value use cases that benefit from automated inspection via industrial robots and drones
- Understand how contextualized data and digital twins create a dynamic, high-fidelity link between these programs and the rest of the data & analytics technology stack
- See these principles applied in technology demos and customer case studies
- Hear from industry experts on the near-term implications and outlook for the power & utilities industry