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Fleet FYIs is a podcast for fleet professionals by fleet professionals - tackling topics like budget cuts, dips in the market, new product launches, smarter fleet management strategy and so much more. So many people are on the move – now more than ever. Fleet FYIs by Utilimarc helps you on the go or behind the desk, making fleet management a little easier. We're bringing two-decades worth of data insights and expert analysts together in conversation. Join us every week for a new episode on d ...
 
Come listen to an extension of some of the excellent utility safety & ops safety content published in Incident Prevention magazine. Dive deeper into insightful safety topics by hearing interviews with the some of the best and brightest minds in the industry! Learn more about Incident Prevention magazine at incident-prevention.com
 
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Energy Evolution

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Energy Evolution

S&P Global Market Intelligence

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Energy Evolution is a new podcast from S&P Global Market Intelligence that explores the ways the energy industry is changing. Co-hosts Dan Testa, Allison Good and Taylor Kuykendall spend each episode talking to leading experts from the energy and finance fields and breaking down the trends that the policy makers, traders and industry professionals needs to know about. The team uses the reporting firepower and data resources of Market Intelligence to tackle the big issues of the day and chang ...
 
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Industrial IoT Spotlight

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Industrial IoT Spotlight

Erik Walenza: CEO, IoT ONE | Chair, IIC Smart Factory Task Group | Director, Startup Grind

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The IIoT Spotlight Podcast shines a light on Industrial IoT solutions that are impacting businesses today. Every week, we interview an expert about IoT markets, technologies, or use cases. Our goal is to provide insight into the planning and implementation of IIoT systems, from new business models to technology architecture selection to data ownership and security. Our host, Erik Walenza, CEO of IoT ONE, has worked in China for 11 years and he is an active member of the Chinese innovation ec ...
 
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A new package of energy policy is moving through the U.S. Congress after Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., struck a deal with fellow Democrats. Energy Evolution recently sat down with colleagues from the S&P Global Commodity Insights newsroom to talk about the implications of the legislation. Guests include Molly Christian, Bill Holland and Camellia Moors…
 
This week we interviewed Tim Wagner, CEO of Vendia. Vendia is a real-time data infrastructure provider that enables companies to securely share data across organizations, applications, and data lakes. In this talk, we discussed the use of next-generation blockchain and server list infrastructure to solve data sharing problems related to security, p…
 
Special Series - Influencing Safety with Bill Martin, CUSP Pt. 1 In the first episode of this new multipart podcast series, safety consultant Bill Martin, CUSP and host Kate Wade begin with the basics, discussing what influence is, why Martin is so passionate about the topic plus some practical ways to positively influence safety in the workplace. …
 
Data annotation is the hidden champion of machine learning. It is the process of tagging image, video, text, and other data in order to prepare it for training a model. The quality of your data annotation makes the difference between insight and noise. In this week’s episode, we interview Tigran Petrosyan, co-founder and CEO of SuperAnnotate. We di…
 
In this episode, we interview Ricardo Baibich, CTO of Kando. We discuss the use of IoT data from water utilities to provide visibility into energy efficiency, infrastructure status, and population health risks and trends. We also explored the unique challenges faced by utilities due to the complexity of their networks and their inability to control…
 
On June 30, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling in West Virginia v. EPA, limiting the agency's authority to deal with climate change. Energy Evolution recently sat down with colleagues from the S&P Global Commodity Insights newsroom to talk about the implications of the ruling. Guests include Glen Boshart, Zack Hale and Corey Paul. Energy Evolut…
 
Our guest today is Roy Dagan, CEO of SecuriThings. We explored the challenges companies face in securing IoT devices and understanding their performance. We also tapped into the increasing importance of automation and analytics for securing and tracking large fleets of devices. SecuriThings is a platform that provides real-time security and operati…
 
Energy efficiency as a service, or EEaaS, represents a growing model for investing in energy efficiency improvements allowing customers to reduce costs and emissions over the long term while minimizing or avoiding upfront expense. So how does it work? Aaron Block, CEO of Allumia, a leading EEaaS firm, joins us for this episode to break it down. Ene…
 
How can industrial organizations optimize AI’s potential to build powerful operational capabilities? Leveraging their existing domain expertise is the key. Aitomatic helps companies level up their AI’s competitive edge by combining human and artificial intelligence. In this episode, we sat down with Christopher Nguyen, CEO and Co-Founder of Aitomat…
 
Even when the right vehicles for your fleet become available, there is still the question of whether they are truly the better option. Fleet managers must justify that EVs would perform at the same level as their current ICE models. If not, it is hard to justify both a major financial investment and a significant decrease in performance. ---- Show …
 
In this episode, we discuss the status of the PATCH Act for healthcare device security and the threats that it aims to address. We also explore how AI can be used to track and secure large networks of IoT devices that are impossible to manage with traditional security approaches. Our guest today is Greg Murphy, CEO of Ordr. Ordr is a device securit…
 
We all know that energy consumption in the United States is constantly growing as our world becomes more dependent on electronics and advancing technologies. With mass electrification slowly but surely underway, energy suppliers are already thinking forward to the logistics behind charging millions of new EVs on the electric grid. What infrastructu…
 
The U.S. is highly dependent on other countries for lithium-ion batteries and materials. Aaron Bent, CEO of lithium-ion battery materials startup 6K, told Energy Evolution that could change with new technologies. Energy Evolution co-hosts Dan Testa, Allison Good and Taylor Kuykendall are veteran journalists with broad expertise covering the utility…
 
In this episode, we discuss the challenges that traditional businesses face in developing or participating in platform business models and strategies that they can take to improve their chance of success. We also explore the digital business models that are most impactful for industrial companies. Our guest today is Alex Moazed, founder and CEO of …
 
What are we considering now as a potential solution until EV procurement processes are a little (hopefully a lot) smoother? For some, it’s CNG. While fleets around the world announce comprehensive plans for electrification, charging infrastructure and long-term zero-emission goals, a crucial piece of the puzzle is still missing: the electric vehicl…
 
In this episode, we discuss the paradigm shift that is being enabled by a rapid reduction in satellite launch costs and the extension of the terrestrial NB-IoT protocol to space. We also explore the early adopter use cases for satellite connectivity including both primary connection and as a roaming service. Our guest today is Gianluca Redolfi, Chi…
 
Over 30 countries have pledged to phase out sales of new gas and diesel cars in upcoming decades. Major automakers Ford and General Motors, among others, will phase out all ICEV production by 2040. Fleets around the world are taking action to cut emissions and meet government-mandated sustainability goals. To say that a global shift and mass electr…
 
S&P Global Commodity Insights reporters dove into the net-zero goals of companies in the energy, mining, technology and communications, insurance and banking sectors. Several journalists who worked on the project joined us for this episode to discuss what they discovered. The first article in the series is available here: https://www.spglobal.com/m…
 
In this episode, we discuss digital transformation trends in the Latin American market. We also explore the common challenges associated with defining digitalisation roadmaps in situations where the baseline maturity level is low, but the aspiration level is high. Our guests today are Charles Lefevre and Rafael Barros of Braincube. Braincube is an …
 
Kurt reports in from the expo floor of the Utility Safety Conference & Expo to provide you with a comprehensive look at what's new in the FR industry! This podcast is sponsored by T&D Powerskills. If you are looking for a comprehensive lineworker training solution, visit tdpowerskills.com today and use the exclusive podcast listener promo code podc…
 
In this episode, we discuss the use of the 3D product visualisation, AR and VR platform at enabling full sales cycle, e-commerce for complex consumer offerings such as home renovation. We also explore the challenges related to 3D content, including large file sizes, complex matching between consumer needs and product lines in a new UI and the evolu…
 
Energy storage is a crucial piece of technology for advancing the energy transition. Andrew Tang, vice president of energy storage and optimization with Wärtsilä, joins Energy Evolution to talk about how batteries can overcome intermittency — the "Achilles heel" of renewable energy sources. Energy Evolution co-hosts Dan Testa, Allison Good and Tayl…
 
In this episode, we discuss the process for designing custom automation systems for sophisticated requirements. We also explore the strengths and weaknesses of Cobot’s relative to traditional robots. Our guest today is Gil Mayron, CEO of Cobot Nation. Cobot Nation delivers full service automation solutions from engineering, to installation, to trad…
 
By now, we know that each fleet has completely unique needs, roles and policies that affect day-to-day operations. These different characteristics can have major influence on the decisions made when it comes to fleet electrification. For example, fleets with take-home vehicle policies will have to plan for charging infrastructure and strategy on a …
 
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has major consequences for the energy transition in Europe, from cutting reliance on Russian gas to accelerating renewable deployment to extending the lives of coal and nuclear plants. Joining us to discuss these issues are Kristian Ruby, secretary general of Eurelectric, the trade group for European utilities; Roman Kr…
 
In this episode, we discuss the shift away from historical device design to today’s environment of affordable low-power computers and machine learning at the edge. We also explore the change in the industry towards subscription business models and what that means for both software and hardware developers in terms of life-cycle expectations, securit…
 
Alternative fuels are on the top of many fleet managers’ minds these days. Fleets are increasingly exploring new ways to get the job done while remaining operationally efficient, cost effective and sustainable. As a result, many managers are introducing a mix of electric, hydrogen, and natural gas-powered vehicles into their fleets to work alongsid…
 
In this episode, we discuss the path for operators to develop a sophisticated Edge and Cloud platform from defining the system infrastructure, to prioritise use cases and functionalities. We also explore challenges related to legacy technology to the build verse buy, verse partner decision for elements of the tech stack and finally for the imperati…
 
Utility Safety In Depth host Kate Wade welcomes Mike Starner, CUSP, to take a deeper dive into the article Starner wrote for the April/May 2022 issue of Incident Prevention, titled "Heat Injury and Illness Prevention: Past, Present and Future." In this episode, the two discuss the impact of climate change on worker safety, OSHA's proposed rulemakin…
 
Today on the show, I wanted to chat about a question that I’ve been toying around with lately. I’ve been asking this to my colleagues, others across the industry and even those outside of fleet and automotive, each giving a different answer. The question is, when it comes to operational efficiency or sustainability – does it have to be one or the o…
 
In this episode, we discuss how manufacturers can save millions in CapEx and excess inventory by unlocking the shadow factory hidden in the operational inefficiencies. We also explore the value and complexity that comes with providing a full stack solution that integrates hardware, software and services. Our guest today is Saar Yoskivitz, CEO of Au…
 
In this episode, we discuss the need for technology sales teams to adopt an executive mindset and learn to communicate value rather than features. We also explore the challenges of selling a value proposition around strategic objectives rather than improvement of hard KPIs that can be qualified in a business case. Our guest today is Stephen Timme, …
 
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