uCalgary Sustainable System Engineering (SUSE) Panel
Virtual, April 13, 2022, 11am-12pm EST
uCalgary is organizing an industry panel on the newly initiated Sustainable System Engineering (SUSE) program, and Mostafa Farrokhabadi,VP of Technology at BluWave-ai and Assistant Professor SSE, is representing BluWave-ai in the panel.
Online: Thursday May 21, 2020 (10:00am - 11:00am EST)
A free online summit of energy sector leaders across the planet sharing their current projects and progress. The online summit was hosted by BluWave-ai and its partner Invest Ottawa, with introductory remarks by special guest, The Honourable Catherine McKenna, Canada’s federal Minister of Infrastructure and Communities.
ON-DEMAND RECORDING AVAILABLE
Panel Discussion: The Role of AI in Grid-Connected Microgrids
Online: Friday September 11, 2020 (1:30pm - 2:30pm BST/UTC +1)
BluWave-ai's Dr. Mostafa Farrokhabadi hosted a panel on the role of AI in microgrids with industry experts including Cameron Sutherland (Greencat Renewables), Dr. Ehsan Nasr (Microsoft) and Ashkan Rahimikian (I-EMS).
Online: Thursday August 20, 2020 (1:00pm - 2:00pm EST)
To borrow a familiar expression, it takes a whole village to raise a smart grid. More precisely, it takes a full ecosystem working collectively to drive clean energy innovation as economies recover from the pandemic. Watch this free online summit to hear what global policy leaders, venture capital firms, and cleantech innovators are doing to continue the push to decarbonization. Co-hosted by Invest Ottawa.
Recordings of Past Events
Overcoming Startup Challenges: Advice from Local TrailblazersOnline: Thursday October 29, 2020 (4pm EST)
CANARIE has partnered with the Centre d’entreprises et d’innovation de Montréal (CEIM) to present a panel of Ottawa and Montreal based start-up successes. The panel, featuring BluWave-ai CEO Devashish Paul, will discuss the common challenges in starting a business in Canada, and, more importantly, how to overcome them.
Montreal, April 19-21, 2021
Dr. Nasrin Sadeghianpour, Senior Smart Grid & AI Scientist at BluWave-ai, will be hosting a panel on "How smart cities are leveraging AI for clean energy" at the World Summit AI on April 21 at 11:50am-12:35pm. Featured panelists include representatives from ABB, Hydro Ottawa and Walmart.
Online: June 3, 2021, 10:00-11:00am Eastern
BluWave-ai's 4th instalment in its Global Energy Transition Summit series presented innovators with real-world insights into widespread transportation electrification.
This summit explored the hurdles and opportunities in electrifying transportation from perspectives across the smart city equation: fleet operator, equipment manufacturer, distribution utility, network connectivity, and the intelligent software orchestrating energy and vehicle use across the system. Co-presented by Invest Ottawa.
Welcome Remarks: Canadian Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, Catherine McKenna
Amsterdam, October 7, 2021
BluWave-ai's hosts a panel of world leaders innovating in the widespread electrification of transportation. The panel will cover EV use cases from municipal buses, transport delivery, and airport ground support equipment electrification. The panel will dive deep into the challenges and opportunities for electrifying transportation featuring from perspectives across the smart city equation: fleet operator, equipment manufacturer, distribution utility, network connectivity, and the intelligent software. The transition from all-diesel fleets to adapting to a mixed fleet centered around electric vehicles is groundbreaking work in the field of transportation. BluWave-ai will tie together the roles of the different stakeholders, explaining how the intelligent use of real-time data and AI can be used for major savings for all.
BluWave-ai Global Energy Transition Summit: AI Software Unlocking EV Onboarding for Grids and Fleets
Virtual, April 13, 2022, 11am-12pm EST
The next installment of the BluWave-ai Global Energy Transition Summit delves into a key energy transition trend for 2022: the large proliferation of passenger EVs and electrified transport fleets and how this phenomenon is affecting operations of electricity grids, as these grids become the new “fueling stations.” Managing residential EV chargers and supplying fleet operators in the grid is complex from the utility side given grid capacity constraints. These operations require graceful charging management within the utility grid to avoid overloading the grid infrastructure. Transit and freight fleet operators are also trying to maximize EV miles serviced by offsetting diesel miles driven with their fleets to reduce emissions and operating costs. This requires fleet orchestration to manage these mixed fleets. Fleet orchestration coordinates disparate systems around fleet management including chargers, vehicles, depot energy management, solar generation, battery storage, real-time energy pricing, and weather. These needs are addressed by the EV Everywhere and EV Fleet Orchestrator products from BluWave-ai.
Online: Wednesday November 18, 2020 (10:00am - 11:00am EST)
BluWave-ai's next session in its Global Energy Transition Summit series will feature women from around the world who are leading initiatives to drive climate change mitigation.
The free summit will offer multiple perspectives on the challenge, including business insights from funding bodies and government departments working in the cleantech and energy industries, as well as engineering experts leading the development of key technologies, specifically artificial intelligence (AI), as they apply to climate change mitigation.
Free. Get more details or register now.
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