iDentify: an app which exploits AI Recognition technology to crowdsource data, 15 October

Michael will be presenting iDentify, a soon to be released app which will be used by installers of EV chargers, heat pumps and microgeneration, a welcome replacement to the paper forms completed and sent the DNO following an installation. With a built in fuse size calculator and AI recognition to analyse cableheads, the app determines the site readiness for the new LCT device. With a slick process and smartphone app, the benefits are improving the safety risk to installers and customers, while crowdsourcing LCT and DNO asset data. The process and app development sets a standard for the future with its ground breaking collaboration, having been developed and tested through steering committees and working groups involving Britain’s DNOs, installers and relevant stakeholders.

Speaker profile

After completing an apprenticeship as an Electrical Fitter with ScottishPower in 1992, Michael went on to fill a number of posts in the connections business, from Project Coordinator to managing the street lighting for the East of Scotland.

After a year as a Team Leader at the Princes Trust, Michael then started a role as a Leans Six Sigma Black Belt in SP Energy Networks’ Business Change Team where he has since worked on a number of improvement projects. He currently has a portfolio of projects of which iDentify is one.

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