On-Demand Webcast: Maximize the Value of Your Advanced Metering Infrastructure: AMI Testing to Accelerate Deployments and Reduce Risk

Webcast Overview | Speaker Profiles

Duration: 1 hour

Webcast Overview

Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) is one of the key focus areas in the utility industry today. It is a leap towards cleaner and energy efficient options, and it opens the doors towards 'Tomorrow's Smart Grid'. It transforms the entire utility business process value chain and has an impact on operations, customers, and stakeholders. Given the large-scale impact of this implementation, ensuring success is a big challenge in AMI implementations.

Key Insights

  • In this webcast, Priya Rajavaram and Arun Saijothi from Infosys discuss the importance of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) validation and the key testing challenges that utilities are likely to face.
  • They outline Infosys' five-point strategy to help ensure utility customers get the maximum benefits from their AMI implementations – be it operational efficiency, flexibility, reliability, profitability, interoperability, or accessibility.
  • The session also discusses a case study on AMI implementation testing, performed by Infosys for a large utility enterprise in the U.S.

Who Should View
CIO, CTO's and Technology Leaders from the utility Industry

Speaker Profiles

Priya Rajavaram leads the Advanced Metering Infrastructure Testing Practice at Infosys and has successfully handled multiple complex transformational programs.

Arun Saijothi is a Senior Test Manager at Infosys and has led large scale AMI Testing engagements for leading utility companies across the globe.

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