Trusted Data Exchanges Enable Secure Collaboration between Utilities, Cities and DERs for EV Charger Installations
Friday, October 9, 2020
3:20 PM – 3:30 PM EDT
We are in the midst of a massive data explosion—data is doubling every two years, and worldwide data is projected to grow to 175 Zettabytes by 2025. Businesses are looking to control, govern, execute on, and monetize the valuable insights contained within their troves of data. But data monetization usually requires collaboration. Successful collaboration involves controlled blending, linking, analyzing, and sharing information securely with internal and external stakeholders and business partners. To achieve the right level of control, a trusted data management platform needs to allow and facilitate users, applications, and data repositories to authorize, control, and protect their data with policy-driven, fine-grained control. This also necessitates governance, compliance and audit capabilities. This session will describe how a trusted data exchange processes can help expedite the deployment of EV chargers, using visual, easy to use software that allows multiple stake holders, such as utilities, city planners and EV charger installers to share their data and collaborate, efficiently and securely.