Artelys will have the pleasure to present one of its flagship projects during a plenary session. Through the example of a study for one of the main local urban heating networks, Vincent Renault will be describing optimization methods (production asset management), machine learning algorithms (short-term demand forecast) and a software solution developed by Artelys (Artelys Crystal Energy Planner).
During the entire duration of the event, Artelys engineers will welcome you at our booth. Come and discover their fields of expertise: Data Science and Optimization, but also the projects they have carried out on behalf of various clients.
- Thursday 13 February 2020, 8am–8.30pm: a booth will be held by Artelys during the entire duration of the event. Come and meet us there!
- February 13 February 2020, 10h15-10h50 - Amphi 1: Plenary session talk by Vincent Renault on « Optimization of energy production asset management through the example of a local urban heating network » Click here for more information.
Kedge Business School
680 Cours de la Libération, 33400 Talence
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