The virtual event, which took place on 7 and 8 April, was a meeting place for experts from the energy sector and allowed Atrebo to present its specialist product for this vertical.
The event was notable for the broad global participation of leading companies in the energy and renewables sector. The virtual format of the event also helped to reduce the carbon footprint.
The meeting was held in line with the new objectives of the energy sector, being aware that the industry is facing continuous changes. Therefore, the event was held over two days of sessions, interesting discussions, insightful presentations and networking opportunities, as well as an extensive B2B exhibition showcasing a range of products, services and technologies.
Among the objectives of the event, the effort to boost the energy sector after COVID-19 and the exhaustive analysis of the industry’s objectives for the coming year stood out. In addition, the aim was to take a further step towards the objectives set by the Paris agreement.
The event proved to be the ideal occasion to present TREE Energy, Atrebo’s new product. TREE Energy is the specialised tool developed by the company to manage the operational processes that allow the management of the entire life cycle of critical infrastructures, particularly in the renewable energy sector.
TREE Energy was created with the clear intention of facilitating the performance of its activity for companies in the energy sector, as previous tools have proved to be very complex for the owners themselves.
In this regard, Luis del Valle highlighted some of the benefits offered by Atrebo’s new tool:
“Within a short time of using our platform, companies have been able to achieve significant improvements in their performance, such as a reduction in operating costs by 30%, data integrity and quality improvement by 80%, reporting service and real-time data and creation of a mobile app for field operations.”
These aforementioned performance improvements translate into considerably improved efficiency when technicians visit the plant as they can execute preventive maintenance. If you are unaware of the benefits derived from the inclusion of preventive maintenance in critical infrastructure management, we invite you to take a look at the use case video that has been published on the company’s social networks.
In the highly demanding environment in which our customers operate, the automation of predictive maintenance becomes a fundamental tool for improving efficiency and profitability🌐
In short, by attending this type of event, the Spanish company is reinforcing its commitment to be present at meetings that bring together leading companies that are betting on renewable energy. At the same time, the company is convinced that it has developed a very useful tool that has revolutionised the rules of the game in terms of critical infrastructure management.