• Henrik Madsen

    Technical Director, Emerging Technologies, DHI

    Bio: Henrik Madsen is leading DHI's research & innovation activities on emerging technologies. He has more than 25 years of experience and has since 2007 had different management positions at DHI within research and innovation. His areas of expertise include data-model integration, digital twins, water management and optimisation, and real-time control.

    Title of presentation: Adding value through data-model integration and digital twins

    Abstract of presentation: A key challenge in the digitalisation of water management systems is how to capitalise on the increasing volume of data becoming available. A digitalisation framework is presented that describes a typical evolution of a water management system. Core elements are data-model integration and use of digital twins that combine physics-based modelling, data-driven modelling, and prescriptive analytics.
     

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    • Tivoli & Vesterbros Torv
      01-12-2 - Organized by DTU in collaboration with CLEAN

      Environmental regulation increasingly relies on data, which are sometimes too sparse and other times of unknown quality, and often located in isolated data repositories. Onsite sensors are ancreasingly installed and IoT enabled, comprehensive spatial data sets are obtained from remote sensing, and open weather and climate data are on the way. Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) increasingly play a role in improving data quality and value creation, but there is still a huge unmet need for affordable sensing of environmental quality parameters. There is a huge potential worldwide for innovation within digitalization of environmental data, but how do we boost the needed collaboration between domain experts and digital experts?

      Program:
      Introduction/welcome: Peter Steen Mikkelsen, Professor, DTU Environment
      Business Talk: ”Nationwide data on the natural environment – service to citizens, companies and regulators”, Niels Høgsted, Head of Secretariat, The Danish Environmental Portal
      Business Talk: “Adding value through data-model integration and digital twins” Henrik Madsen, Technical Director, Emerging Technologies, DHI
      Business Talk: ”Using drones and IOT to capture real emissions data – how we can use digitalization to better manage the green transition”, Bettina Knudsen, COO and co-owner, Explicit ApS
      Science Talk: ”Machine learning in hydrology and environmental engineering – why system insight is (still) needed!”, Roland Löwe, Associate Professor, DTU Environment
      Business Talk: ”Creating a digital ecosystem for data based innovation in water technology”, Ulla Sparre, Chief Innovation Officer, Den Danske Vandklynge/Water Valley Denmark
      Debate: What drives digitalization in the environment area, how far have we come, and where are the main needs for technology development?

      Session coordinator: Peter Steen Mikkelsen, Professor, DTU Environment, in collaboration with CLEAN
      Facilitator: Michael Rothenborg, Editor, Teknologiens Mediehus
      Digitalization of environmental data
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