Euro TechCon conference
Bellrock extends software deal with EDF Energy
Adam Brown: ‘long term partnership’ (photo by Terry Murden)
Bellrock Technology, the Glasgow-based data analytics specialist, will announce a major extension of its work with EDF Energy at the Euro TechCon conference in Glasgow today.
The company already provides software to the utility to improve the monitoring of its UK nuclear reactors.
Adam Brown, CEO at Bellrock, said its Lumen software has become particularly popular with energy and utility companies where cost effective results are required quickly in sensitive situations that have the potential for wide impact.
He said: “This new programme of work is establishing a long-term partnership.”
Martin Kearns, chief electrical engineer at EDF Energy, said: “Lumen will change the way we approach our condition monitoring in the future.
“We are just scratching the surface of what options are available and how far we can go with this new technology.
“The way we can use a number of analytics to work with various data streams from various sources is inventive and will be the way forward to monitor both transformers and other areas of plant items at a high level of effectiveness.”