Samia Rahman, has worked at DTE Energy in Detroit, MI for nearly 10 years with a variety of operational technology and data analysis related responsibilities. She concurrently volunteers her time as the Vice President of a Detroit Nonprofit Organization, Hope Center, focusing on providing the youth exposure to STEM related careers.
At DTE, Mrs. Rahman leveraged source system data to pioneer visualization tools and implement robust work management metrics. This now includes applying AMI analytics in support of electric distribution operations.
May 8, 2019
11:30 - 12:30
Improving customer satisfaction for distribution system reliability is possible through Machine Learning and Data Analytics. Predicting the likelihood for an individual customer to complain, is achievable, by applying data science to the abundant of information available through AMI and historically collected data. This session will explore DTE Energy’s machine learning lifecycle with forecasting frequent outage … Continued