- February 27, 2018
There are a number of benefits that VIA’s contingency planning solution can provide TEPCO Power Grid, including faster recovery time during unplanned outages and reduced impact of outages during planned maintenance.
- January 18, 2018
In October, VIA submitted comments that aligned with the Commission’s recent decision to support long-term grid resilience.
- January 10, 2018
CEO Colin Gounden shared his insights on how to recruit top tech talent, particularly in booming fields like AI and machine learning.
- November 1, 2017
Via Science will use its AI software to identify and mitigate risks to fuel supply for electricity generation during extreme weather events.
- October 19, 2017
The program will support the development of Via Science’s blockchain technology, which aims to make artificial intelligence (AI) solutions more accessible to the energy sector.
- September 13, 2017
Startup Canada’s Innovation Award recognizes Via Science’s leadership in using AI to solve large-scale, high-stakes challenges across critical infrastructure.
- July 31, 2017
CEO Colin Gounden was interviewed for an Electrical Contractor article about the impact the Internet of Buildings may have on energy-conservation initiatives.
- July 25, 2017
Via Science moved its corporate headquarters to Davis Square (Somerville, MA) to accommodate its growing team. The move also signifies a major milestone: the company’s first private building.
- July 7, 2017
CEO Colin Gounden was interviewed by The Denki Shimbun, a Japanese energy newspaper, to discuss Via Science’s risk assessment and predictive maintenance initiative with TEPCO.
- July 6, 2017
Via Science and Tokyo Electric Power Holdings Company, Inc. (TEPCO) signed their joint initiative to use analytics and machine learning to predict and prevent power disruption due to failure of ACSRs and compression joint sleeves.
- May 15, 2017
A recent Engerati article featured Via Science’s partnership with TEPCO as an example of Japan’s evolving energy retail industry.
- April 5, 2017
CEO Colin Gounden traveled to Taiwan and Japan in February to meet with energy and heavy industry companies. During his time in Japan, he spoke with The Nikkei to discuss how AI can solve challenges facing the energy industry.