- Accenture and Snam Collaborate In IOT Technologies For Innovation and Sustainability Of Energy Networks
- They will also do analysis on the growing role of renewable gases such as biomethane and hydrogen on the energy mix of the future
According to a report by Businesswire, Accenture and energy infrastructure company Snam have signed a memorandum of understanding to study and assess solutions based on Internet of Things (IOT) technologies to boost innovation and sustainability of energy networks. The collaboration is part of an initiative by Snam called “SnamTec, Tomorrow’s Energy Company.”
ML, AI, advanced analytics
The report said that Accenture and Snam will research and assess solutions for internet-connected devices and other technologies like machine learning and artificial intelligence, edge and fog computing and advanced analytics to optimise the monitoring and maintenance of infrastructure. This aims to make the infrastructure smarter and more sustainable that will create a positive impact on surrounding regions and communities. Another aim of the collaboration will be to carry out analysis on the growing role of renewable gases such as biomethane and hydrogen on the energy mix of the future.
Accenture’s CEO Julie Sweet, said, “The right digital strategy is critical to achieving a low-carbon future, increasing safety and building community engagement. Snam is an industry leader, and this initiative represents an exciting new chapter in our long and trusted relationship. We look forward to co-developing solutions with Snam to help them and the industry accelerate innovation and increase sustainability.”