Datel will attend the Copernicus program 'EYES ON EARTH' roadshow in National Library of Estonia on 3 - 4. October
EASME and the European Commission have launched the Eyes on Earth’ Roadshow – a series of five events across the EU bringing space and Earth observation closer to EU citizens; and raising awareness of the skills and job opportunities in the geospatial industry.
The 'Eyes on Earth' Roadshow lets you explore how satellite information can help improve operational applications such as climate & weather, mobility & transport planning, renewables, air quality, fresh water availability and distribution, smart farming, financial risk management and critical infrastructure.
Estonian companies present digital solutions for the energy industry in Abu Dhabi
Estonian companies Enefit, Nortal, Datel and Smagrinet will present innovative digital solutions at the World Energy Congress in Abu Dhabi on 9-12 September; the Estonian president, Kersti Kaljulaid, will also attend.
With over 150 countries represented, the World Energy Congress is the world’s largest and most influential energy event, covering all aspects of the energy agenda. Kaljulaid will be the keynote speaker at the congress on 10 September and will also participate in a panel discussion, “Getting to grips with the blockchain: Cutting through the hype”.
Datel attends the World Energy Congress in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, September 9 -12
Running since 1924, the triennial World Energy Congress is the World Energy Council’s global flagship event that enables dialogue among Ministers, CEOs and industry experts on critical developments in the energy sector.
Big Data can be very useful in the energy sector. Datelś Early warning system uses data from the European Union’s satellites and can detect the shifts and subsidence of energy sector infrastructure — such as pipelines, mines, dams and different types of power plants — with a precision of up to 1 millimeter. This innovative service helps prevent accidents caused by deterioration of infrastructure and, thus, contributes to the public’s general safety. Early warning system is already in use in the nuclear and hydropower industries in different parts of the world.
CEO of Datel, Urmas Kõlli, attended at World Energy Council Estonia event.
On June 13, 2019, World Energy Council Estonia organized a high-level event on the topic of energy and IT developments. World Energy Council Estonia brought leaders of the energy and IT sectors together in Tallinn for the event called “Estonia: Data Is the New Oil.” The event was focused on using modern technology and IT solutions in the energy sector. How to best exploit different types of data, regularly collected by the energy companies, was the central theme. Estonia is globally known as the front runner in digital solutions. Digitalization also extends to the Estonian electricity market. In fact, Estonia is the first country in the European Union to have full remote reading capabilities and a central data hub where hourly consumption data relating to each client is stored.