Failure prediction based on temperature and humidity sensor data of electrical substations for Fluvius @ Asset Performance 4.0

<p><strong>DEADLINE CHANGE</strong></p><p>On general request, we've decided to make a change:</p><p><strong>The deadline is extended to JUNE 15th.&nbsp;</strong></p><p>Companies who send in their presentations before June 1st, will DEFINITELY be featured during the Asset Performance 4.0 Conference. Their <strong>speaking slot is guaranteed</strong>.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>But: if you need more time to work on the perfect solution, you still can! We expect the last presentations before JUNE 15th. All presentations entered <strong>between June 1st and June 15th are still in the running</strong>, but might not be featured during the conference.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>About the challenge</strong></p><p>Last year temperature and humidity sensors where installed in different electrical substations. This allows a close by monitoring of the atmospheric conditions to protect the electrical equipment. Currently a basic report has been built that raises alarms when certain thresholds are passed. It definitely could use some rework to</p><ul><li>Allow smarter thresholds taking into account local or external circumstances (type of building, weather…)</li><li>Use past data to set individual and automatic thresholds, rather than manual ones.</li><li>Detect false positives (incomplete data, spikes, incorrect data…)</li><li>Preferable solution: rather than a finished and working tool/product, data processing steps and data rework towards smarter data are the main interests.</li></ul><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>TIMING</strong></p><p><strong>Start: </strong>31 March</p><p><strong>Submit your ideas before: </strong>15 June (Advantage if you submit before 1 June)</p><p><strong>The jury will select the finalists: </strong>30 June</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>You will then have all summer to prepare your final presentations. You'll present them live or virtually on the<strong> Asset Performance 4.0 Conference in Ghent, Belgium.</strong></p>