Schneider Electric announced new details on its capabilities to advise customers on advanced AI technologies and develop off-the-shelf solutions for their specific needs.
In its central AI Hub, Schneider Electric is combining the proficiency of its 200+ AI experts with the company’s domain expertise to help assist customers in unlocking new capabilities to capture insights, predict, simulate, and make more agile decisions based on large amounts of data.
Driven by its strategic initiative, “AI at scale”, the company submitted 18 AI technology patents in 2022. It also enhanced 15 customer-facing solutions with AI capabilities and developed 20+ internal AI applications. These advancements are focused on energy efficiency and sustainability challenges, as well as internal efficiency.
AI and data experts at Schneider Electric possess the capabilities and experience required to develop AI applications in the fields of electrification, automation, and decarbonization. This includes areas, such as microgrid management, alarm management, HVAC optimization for buildings, electric vehicles (EV) management, smart charging, asset management, energy efficiency for production processes, and gH2 flow optimization.