Data & Sharing & Stakeholders
We are aware that real data is hard to find, and we care about supporting studies. At this point, we support the utilization of the requested data sets by our stakeholders and visitors of our site, only under certain security measures and registration, if requested for use in academic studies and projects.
We collect data on a very large scale and in different structures from hundreds of thousands of points in our power plants with different technologies. We fulfill our mission of generating energy for a safer future by applying digital trends such as business intelligence, reporting, graphical interfaces (BI & Data Mashup), artificial intelligence and machine learning in order to interpret collected data and design decision support mechanisms that use them.
We proactively prevent possible risks and malfunctions via computing and warning mechanisms (edge computing) we set up where we collect the data. As an example, in our Co-Pilot project, situational monitoring was provided by receiving instantaneous generation data, with complex computing and analysis of limit values. With this project, a significant increase in efficiency has been achieved, and the adaptation of new recruits to business processes has been accelerated.
“With Co-Pilot, where we analyze the efficiency and start-up of our thermal power plants, we perform our daily checks faster. Instead of following 12 different hydroelectric power plants separately from different interfaces, we monitor them in a single environment and on a common alarm page by means of Co-Pilot. Thus, we take early action and endeavor to prevent malfunctions that may occur in our power plants.”
Emin ŞAHİN – Power Plants Performance Monitoring and Development Team Manager