The digitalization of the energy industry has enabled capabilities related to machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) could completely redefine that could reshape how the entire industry approach individual tasks and entire projects. One company is committed to effectively exploring and leveraging this digitalization in order to apply skills and technologies related to software, technology expertise and data science expertise in the energy sector.
DNV GL operates globally across a range of industries to provide trust and help stakeholders understand and manage risks. The company has over 2,200 experts providing advice for renewable generation, transmission, distribution and energy management and efficiency. The work they do ranges from testing high voltage grid components to bankability assessments to allow solar farms to be financed. Their latest research showcases the insight related to how drone technology and computer vision can help with inspections while also providing a global outlook to 2050.
We wanted to learn more about the energy innovations DNV GL is exploring and utilizing, so we talked with Elizabeth Traiger, Senior Researcher, Power & Renewables DK & GB at DNV GL – Energy. We talked with her about the biggest issues in the energy industry, what some of the most notable takeaways were from her research, how DNV GL has measured the difference the technology makes and much more.
Source : UAV News