Successful turnout and innovation at the GenIAthon organised by Enagás

Innovation Events
22 February 2024
  • Professionals from the company participated in the event focused on Generative Artificial Intelligence, with collaboration from Microsoft. This was the second event organised as part of the Digital Triathlon initiative.

Digital transformation is a priority for Enagás, and also a topic of growing interest for its professionals. This is reflected in the high turnout for the Digital Triathlon, a project organised by the company and consisting of three events: the Datathon, the GenIAthon and Hackathon.

The main objective of the initiative is to provide Enagás employees with various technological tools to help them create solutions to simplify their daily work processes.

In this second test, 11 teams, with the help of specialists from Microsoft, KPMG and ENCAMINA, worked on use cases that have a direct impact on productivity and in which generative artificial intelligence is an ally. Each team showcased their ideas to a panel made up of members of the Enagás management team.

Over 300 Enagás employees engaged with the live stream and cast votes for their preferred proposal. There was also a panel discussion which featured experts in Generative Artificial Intelligence from various partner companies involved in the competition.

The winning proposal was “ImagenIA: Exploring Corrosion”. The concept involves a co-pilot system designed to aid in detecting pipe corrosion, determining its type and extent, assessing its severity, and recommending the appropriate actions for removing or reducing the corrosion. As twinners, they will be able to further develop their solution and will be provided with the necessary tools, a platform, mentors and training.

In second place was the idea “Web with avatar”, which aims to enhance user experience on the Enagás corporate website and streamline internal processes. Following in third place was the “GuardIAn” proposal, a platform and model designed for additional preventive detection of security incidents by analysing images captured by surveillance cameras at Enagás facilities.


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