Digital Energy Hub
Liberating innovators for the digital disruption of energy
Explore insights and ideas for the digital energy ecosystem.
Five digital technologies - Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data, Blockchain, Cloud Analytics and the Internet of Things (IoT) - are disrupting the energy sector, and adjacent sectors, such as transport and manufacturing. This is creating exciting business opportunities for innovators in New Zealand and abroad.
Callaghan Innovation helps New Zealand businesses to understand and make the most out of such opportunities. We do this by connecting you to the capabilities, funding and networks you need to succeed, and by providing valuable insights and ideas.
The Digital Energy Hub is for businesses at the heady intersection of digital technology and energy. Its content spans:
- The impacts of the five digital technologies
- Their current and future applications
- The opportunities for New Zealand businesses
- The evolving energy ecosystem in this country
- How Callaghan Innovation can help you.
Over time, the Hub will grow to include use cases, information on events and forums, and research, as well as expert views and interviews.
This is just the beginning, so please contact us to subscribe to future updates of the Hub, send feedback or suggestions for content, and ask how we can support your business. Contact details below.
Four disruptive energy business ideas were showcased at the recent Lightning Lab Electric Demo Day. Watch Ampli's pitch above - they provide analytics to assist lines companies with cost reflective tariffs. For the other pitches and the full story see Lightning Lab Demo Day.
International inspiration: sixteen teams competed at the Smart Energy Hackathon held in Bangkok on 8-10 September 2017 in an effort to produce creative and innovative digital energy solutions. View the team's final submissions and connect with them online at Smart Energy Hackathon website.
Unsure of exactly what AI, IoT and AR/VR mean, and how they work together? Then check out this primer presentation from Callaghan Innovation’s Jonathan Miller.
Funding and support from Callaghan Innovation has enabled GoodMeasure to go from strength to strength, investing in R&D to further the development of cutting-edge meter-data communications technology in New Zealand.
Peter Sandston, Business & Channel Development Manager, GoodMeasure
Callaghan Innovation's support of Harmonic in the fields of innovation and R&D capability development have helped position us as the leading data science practitioner in specific industry sectors, such as energy, across Australasia.
Phil Shepherd, CEO, Harmonic