News articles from September 2020
Congratulations to Powelectrics’ sponsored PhD student, Andrew Cook on publishing his initial paper on anomaly detection and already achieving eight citations for his ground-breaking work as part of the Keele University Smart Energy Network Demonstrator (SEND) project!
Fuelling systems provider, Vectec, have developed a fuel theft detection system using Powelectrics Metron4 telemetry, for customers who store fuel at unmanned sites, protecting them from both theft and clean-up costs. They have published details of this well-proven solution in the Transport Operator online trade journal.
Powelectrics extend a very warm welcome to Sean Nelson, a Leeds University MEng Computer Science/ Artificial Intelligence student, who will be developing our Project Management System. Not just an IT whizz, Sean is very much an all-rounder!