Insight conversation: Jane Ren, CEO, Atomiton

Jane Ren, CEO of disruptive technology company Atomiton, talks to Paul Hickin about opportunities in the energy sector and the challenges faced by big oil. The mainstreaming of artificial intelligence and machine learning will have a profound impact on the industrial sphere, not least in energy industries. Whether companies are active in the upstream, midstream or downstream segment, they face enormous pressures to control cost while living up to societal demands for environmental stewardship and a wholesale shift to cleaner forms of energy. Energy companies are increasingly turning to digital solutions to achieve these goals. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) brings into play a sensor-enabled network of interconnected devices applied to physical assets. It can help companies find operational efficiencies in the way they deploy assets, infrastructure, energy, products and, of course, their workforce. This is part of a broader trend of reimagining operational processes and leveraging data that is familiar to S&P Global, Platts’ parent company, which has invested in next-generation tech company Kensho and fintech company Panjiva. A former medical doctor with a career spanning multiple roles at US conglomerate GE and IT company Cisco, Jane Ren founded Atomiton in 2013. She explains how Atomiton is helping… continue reading

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