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Artificial Intelligence serving the energy transition

Artificial Intelligence is serving smart living – smart homes, smart cities, smart buildings, smart energy, etc. At ENGIE, we rely on Artificial Intelligence to provide a more fluid and tailored customer service, to collect and analyze data on energy consumption to enable users to exercise better control, and to advance the energy transition through smart tools that are accessible to both our customers and our employees.

Artificial Intelligence is already achieving a great deal today, but it is also opening up a wide range of new possibilities for tomorrow. The Internet of Things and Big Data will help improve energy efficiency and the optimization of uses.

Find out about ENGIE solutions using AI for more harmonious progress.

eCare, a digital assistant to take care of your home

eCare is the first Smart Home energy management platform dedicated to BUs and their customers. eCare has the ambition of becoming a standard for Smart Home services and efficiency.

With this aim, the platform is developing new products and services in order to:

  • Enhance customer relations tools and experience for selling energy digitally (“Digital Retailer”)
  • Reinforce our range of service offerings for residential and professional customers (“Service Integrator”)
  • Optimize sources of decentralized production in the long term (“Energy Optimizer”)

Optimizing the use of data with Predity, from ENGIE Cofely

Predity is a platform for managing connected energy performance to improve performance. A pooled team of experts behind their supervision screens and ENGIE Cofely technicians rely on data that is collected and transmitted in real time on a 24/7 basis, and consolidated in a secure information system benefiting from the latest digital technologies (IoT, connected controllers, Business Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence, etc.). This enables them to target, consult and monitor all the installations in a very simple fashion. The information system is chiefly based on real-time management tools and analysis tools.

Key figures:

  • 36 Predity rooms in France
  • 25,000 installations connected
  • 100,000 objects connected through IoT
  • 50 million items of data collected

How 3D modeling is helping regional development

3D modeling has now become an essential tool for visualizing the impact if a range of transformations in regions (City Information Modeling), resulting in more fluid services, better performance and improved quality of life. ENGIE is supporting its partners and customers in these processes of structuring, creating, producing, exchanging, analyzing, managing and utilizing smart data.

Together with its subsidiaries Siradel and ENGIE Ineo, ENGIE will design and manage a platform called Smart Platform 2030, a digital 3D reproduction of the Ile-de-France Region. As part of the project, many use cases will be developed and adapted to suit the requirements and strategies of the region in a collaborative approach, particularly for projects relating to urban development, risk management, combating pollution and socio-economic and/or spatial disparities.

At the level of buildings, BIM (Building Information Modeling) has now becoming irreplaceable. ENGIE provides solutions to plan for potential upgrading of buildings, at every stage of a project, and guaranteeing, if not increasing, the value of realty over time.

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