Energy Sector IT Executives Day

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Energy Sector IT Executives Day

İstanbul, May 17, 2017

Overview

By 2020, non-utility companies and digital disrupters will seize 20% of the energy retail market, tripling the profitability gap between thrivers and survivors. IDC ‘Energy Day for CIO’ will provide penetrating views on long-term trends in the industry, along with thought leadership on new and unexpected themes that may be on the horizon. You will hear unique and astute perspectives on emerging trends that will help you plan for the future. Join us to find out how ICT can be leveraged to address key strategic and operational challenges facing providers of electricity in Turkey.

KEY TOPICS

  • Asset digitization. By 2020, 25% of utilities will integrate asset performance management investments with sensor data and cognitive capabilities, boosting asset efficiency and reducing maintenance costs.
  • Distributed energy resource management systems (DERMS). By 2019, utilities will need to learn how to integrate externally originated asset, market and grids data and 30% will invest in distributed energy resource management systems.
  • Customer experience (CX). Failing to deliver superior customer experiences, only 1 in 5 utilities will raise customer satisfaction scores by 10% or reach positive net promoter score (NPS) by 2018.
  • Cybersecurity. By 2018, 60% of a utilities' strategic and operational security technology will be managed at the board level and orchestrated by government agencies.
  • Internet of Things (IoT). By 2018, misaligned regulatory frameworks and poorly considered commercial models will cause 50% of smart metering IoT initiatives to fail to deliver value beyond the pilot stage.
  • Cloud. By 2019, to support their digital transformation agenda, 25% of top 100 utilities will cut IT costs.
  • Big Data & Analytics It is critical that utilities mature homogenously across the five dimensions of Big Data and analytics — intent, data, technology, people, and process or they risk being only as strong as their weakest dimension.
  • Workforce digital augmentation. By 2019, 70% of the mobile utility workforce will not be equipped with augmented reality and wearables, missing out on optimizing operations, improving safety, and easing skills gap.

 

Agenda

Time Event Speakers
09:15

Registration & Breakfast

10:00

Getting Digital Transformation Initiatives to Scale in the Energy Sector

Roberta Bigliani
Vice President, Insights, Energy Health and Government, IDC EMEA
10:30

Digital Transformation & R&D

Serhan Özhan
CIO, CLK Enerji Yatırım
10:50

Global Funding

Doç. Dr. Ceylan Onay
Öğretim Üyesi, Boğaziçi Üniversitesi
11:05

Panel Discussion: Innovation, R&D and University Cooperations

Armanç Çamlıbel,
Doç. Dr. Aslı Deniz Helvacıoğlu
11:45

Coffee Break

12:05

Panel: Challenges & Opportunities in Digital Transformation

12:45

Big Data & Analytic

Özcan Çavuş
PMO, Architecture & Business Intelligence Group Manager, Enerjisa
13:05

Lunch

14:05

Security in Critical Infrastructures

Doç. Dr. Bilgin Metin
Faculty Member, MIS, Bogazici University
14:25

Cyber Security in Energy

Mehmet Karadeniz
CIO, ADM Elektrik Dağıtım
14:45

Information Security for Energy Systems & ISO 27019 Application Guide

Adnan Karadaş
General Manager, Denetik
15:00

Coffee Break

15:20

Panel Discussion: Investment Directions for Digital Transformation in Energy Sector

Reha Argaç,
Yavuz Altınışık,
Turan Mola,
Kürşad Karaman
16:00

The Dawn of the Utility in 3D: Decentrilized, Divergent & Digital

Roberta Bigliani
Vice President, Insights, Energy Health and Government, IDC EMEA

Proceedings

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Advisory Board

* The list is in surname alphabetical order.

Nilgün Aksoy

IT Director, İÇDAŞ Grubu

Reha Argaç

IT Director, Kazancı Holding

Ebubekir Demir

IT Infrastructure Manager, BOTAŞ

Gül Erol

CTO, Enerjisa

Mehmet Fırat

Information Systems Director, Enerjisa

Abdullah Göker

Program Director, CLK Enerji Yatırım

Mehmet Karadeniz

CIO, ADM Elektrik Dağıtım

Seda Karalı

Project & Process Manager, Enerya

Hamdi Kemer

IT Operations & Infrastructure Manager, SEDAŞ

Göksel Marangoz

CIO & Head of Innovation, Digital Transformation, Opet

Doç. Dr. Bilgin Metin

Faculty Member, MIS, Bogazici University

Turan Mola

ICT Director, BEDAŞ

Serhan Özhan

CIO, CLK Enerji Yatırım

Levent Özkaban

IT Coordinator, Çalık Enerji

Prof. Dr. Aslı Sencer

Department of Management Information Systems, Boğaziçi Üniversitesi

Oğuz Sezgin

CIO, Aygaz

Tamer Sönmez

Board Member & Gas Group Head, Palmet Energy

Saruhan Türkmen

Project Manager, Energaz Enerji

Erkan Yaylacı

Chief, Network & Communications, İGDAŞ

Murat Zeren

CIO, Zorlu Holding

Contacts

Sarper Turkay

Senior Conference Manager

+90 212 3560282

Onur Hamitoglu

Senior Sales Manager, Conferences and Events

+90 533 301 8998

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