Roger Goodwin, Vice President Industry Solutions Group, will present on the future of advanced analytics at the Association of Edison Illuminating Companies’ Power Apparatus Committee meeting in Sedona, AZ April 24-25, joining SpaceTime Insight customer Arizona Public Service who will detail the results from the analytics applications they have implemented.
Rob Schilling, CEO of SpaceTime Insight, will join moderator Geoffery Moore at Phorum Philly on a panel: “Digitizing The Enterprise – The Future Is Now” on April 27, 2017 at the SugarHouse Event Center in Philadelphia, PA. Register for Phorum Philly
Members of the Northwest Public Power Association can hear Dan Barrett, Vice President of Field Operations and Customer Success, speak on Big Data, Big Innovation on May 10 at the NWPPA Annual Conference in Sun River, OR. More information on the event is here.
SpaceTime Insight Named in the 2017 Global Cleantech 100 for Fourth Consecutive Year List Recognizes the Top Private Companies in Clean Technology San Mateo, Calif., January 23, 2017 – SpaceTime Insight, a leading provider of advanced analytics applications for asset-intensive industries, today announced it was named in the prestigious 2017 Global Cleantech 100, produced by CTG […]
Startup research firm CB Insights listed the growing group of startups that are using the internet of things to make utilities, city services and roads more efficient. SpaceTime Insight was ranked among those firms that use analytics, algorithms, and connectivity to keep supply and demand for electricity in balance.
Paul Hofmann shares more about the performance advantages found in CrateDB, and CrateDB’s superior support for data types required for advanced analytics and industrial internet of things solutions.
Virtual reality has moved beyond the world of immersive gaming and into the enterprise. Enterprise Apps Today describes five ways that virtual reality can help utilities diagnose remote problems and improve training via more life-like simulations.
Datanami reports on the unique challenges for analyzing data with time and space characteristics. Only specialized analytics applications can ingest and process the volume, variety, and velocity of industrial internet of things (IIoT) data at scale.
Sean McClure explains how a clear understanding of context in supply chain analytics is the difference between insight and overload for users.