Ai_EnergINN 2024 – About artificial intelligence in the energy industry

Ai_EnergINN 2024 – About artificial intelligence in the energy industry

How does an unmanned meter storage work? Do VR and AR also work well in the energy industry? How does nuclear fusion determine the future of energy? These are just a few of the topics that will be widely discussed during #Ai_EnergINN – a conference organised by Enea Operator and the Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center. The conference will be held at the Poznan International Fair on 23-24 April as part of EXPOPOWER.

Among the speakers will be employees of Enea Operator and PSNC, scientists from the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, as well as representatives of companies and institutions that use innovative solutions provided by AI (artificial intelligence) in their work related to energy production, storage and distribution.

I am convinced that our conference will be of interest to both AI enthusiasts and practitioners. Among them are employees of our company who use artificial intelligence on a daily basis and who will share their knowledge on the subject during the lectures, said Michał Cebula, acting President of the Management Board of Enea Operator. – Two days of interesting, dynamic presentations, the opportunity to ask questions and share knowledge – these are the benefits of this event. I invite all those who are interested to book your time, because it is worth it!

On the first day of the conference, lectures will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. In three thematic blocks (AI, Distribution Network and Thermal Energy), the basics of artificial intelligence, areas of application and limitations of AI methods, among others, will be discussed “in a nutshell”. Further presentations will provide insights into, among other things, how AI deals with large data sets or the guidance of drones and other unmanned vehicles.

The second day of #Ai_EnergINN, with presentations scheduled until 13:30, will focus on solutions for the future and our present. Presentations will cover topics such as the use of energy storage, numerical weather prediction and its impact on work in the electricity industry. Practical applications of drones, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification Technology) in the operation of equipment storage facilities and the possibility of controlling street lighting from the energy meter will be presented.

Each session will conclude with a quiz; to find out more and take part, download a special application.
A detailed conference programme and registration form for the event are available at: