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We look forward to connecting! In the meantime, check the latest from VIA:

From Zug to Davos: A whirlwind week in Switzerland

In January, team members from VIA traveled to Switzerland to meet with government, energy, and auto industry leaders. Not to mention, CEO Colin Gounden, participated on an AI and blockchain panel alongside senior executives from UBS and Accenture in Davos.

Fast and Curious 6: AI Edition

Fast and Curious is back with the sixth installment of your favorite blog series. This time, we are bringing you all things AI.

Maj. Gen. Kim Crider (ret.) joined VIA for a chat about data, AI, and enterprise innovation for VIA Visionaries interview series

Major General Kim Crider (ret.), the former Chief Data Officer for the United States Air Force and Chief Technology Innovation Officer for the United States Space Force, joined us for the latest VIA Visionaries live stream event. The chat covered the challenges and opportunities with today’s tremendous amount of data, the inspirational projects at Maj. Gen. Crider’s current company, Elara Nova, and things to look forward to in the AI space in 2024 and beyond.

Ann Davlin, Partnership Development & Commercialization at Constellation sat down with VIA for a conversation about the future of sustainability and climate solutions for VIA Visionaries interview series

Ann Davlin, Partnership Development & Commercialization at Constellation, the largest producer of clean, carbon-free energy in the U.S., stopped by VIA’s HQ for an excellent chat with VIA’s CEO, Colin Gounden. The two talked about Ann’s experience in the Office of the Secretary of Defense in Environmental Security, her role at Constellation, and trends in hydrogen today.

Fast and Curious 5: ZKPs Done Right

In the fifth and final installment of our summer learning series, we talk about zero-knowledge proofs and how they can be done right in just three ways.

Testing decentralized storage
Part one: speed

If you’re Web3 savvy, you’ll have followed the rise of decentralized storage. In part one of a two-part series, we test whether decentralized storage is really faster than centralized storage?

Power Up! Winner: AI to improve developer experience

This year’s Power Up! had a $1,000 prize for the team that found an easy way for AI to boost productivity at VIA. We share the winning team’s solution and are open sourcing it for the developer community.

Meet the Team: Yousuf LaHaye, Software Developer

Meet Yousuf LaHaye, Software Developer at VIA. We asked Yousuf about his typical day, the potential of our Web3 technologies, and why you should consider a career at VIA! He also shares his experience with the VXP Program.

Top Burning Questions Q4: Why does VIA have its own blockchain?

In this Mastery Monday, we go over what makes VIAsecurechain different from all the other blockchains: it was imperative not only to use blockchain, but to build the world’s first blockchain accredited by the U.S. Department of Defense.

Meet the Team: Maria Cesarini, Data Specialist

Meet Maria Cesarini, Data Specialist at VIA. We asked Maria how she maintains a good work-life harmony, some of her favorite VIA memories, her go-to podcasts, and more!

Meet the Team: Dominique Steneker, Software Developer

Meet Dominique (Dom) Steneker, Software Developer at VIA. We asked Dom about her day-to-day, favorite VIA memory, and everything in between. Bonus: Dom gives her top picks for books and podcasts!

The Merge and what it means for clean energy

At last, Ethereum is changing to Proof-of-Stake. With power blackouts and electricity prices skyrocketing, the timing couldn't be better. Read on to learn why this is critical for the energy sector.

Transformer Tuesday: Battling brain drain

The ninth installment of our “Transformer Tuesday” series highlights how GDAC™ expands transformer health knowledge across utility personnel in order to mitigate gaps caused by employee retirement and turnover.

Open Source Monday: zk-SNARKs for Meter Data

Your data tells the story of your life. This week, we demo a mathematical proof called zk-SNARK (an emerging Web3 standard) for energy data. This proof enables energy consumers to profit from their data while keeping their identities completely anonymous.

Mastery Monday: Homomorphic Encryption

For the first installment of our new blog series, “Mastery Monday with VIA” we’re showing you how homomorphic encryption works in under 4 minutes.

Why Switzerland?

VIA and Switzerland share many things in common. Read our latest blog to learn what makes us the perfect pair.

The End of Pilot Purgatory

Andrew Bright, former ABB executive and VIA’s advisor, provides commentary on VIA’s GDAC™ Transformers: 3-Minute Pilot.

End of Year Reflection
People

Take a journey through 2021 in this three-part reflection series written by a variety of VIA’s leaders. Part 1 written by Kate Ravanis will highlight our team, the VIAneers.

End of Year Reflection

For our last post of 2020, we wanted to share a more personal note with our readers to talk about how grateful for the resiliency and flexibility our team has shown during this challenging year.

Meet the Team: Natalie Winger, Data Specialist

Meet Natalie Winger, Data Specialist at VIA. Natalie talks about her experience joining VIA entirely remote and the funniest memory at VIA so far (spoiler: it includes a cat!).

Let’s TAC™ About It: 15/15

15/15 is a specific example of the k-anonymity privacy-preserving analytics feature that VIA recently released.

How VIA TAC™-kles Sensor Data

Many utilities are concerned about the responsibility that comes with sensor datasets. As a result, the data gets trapped. VIA’s software platform, TAC™ was designed to address these issues in power sector data.

Let’s TAC™ About It: K-Anonymity

VIA has implemented a k-anonymity function to help utilities meet requirements of regulators including releasing data for clean energy initiatives and mandating increased information privacy and security requirements.

Introducing SWEET: AI for Data Wrangling

SWEET stands for Smart Wrangling Engine for Extraction and Transformation. SWEET, a built-in function on VIA's TAC™ platform, uses AI to wrangle data.

Need a laugh?

Hear all the funny remote moments from the team at VIA.

Meet the Team: Annvie Nguyen, UX Designer

Meet our fabulous UX Designer, Annvie Nguyen! Annvie talks about her proudest accomplishment at VIA and some of the shenanigans that take place at our holiday parties!
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The Importance of Unit Testing

VIA’s Ashley DaSilva, Team Leader, Product Development, was invited to lead a workshop on unit testing for McGill’s Computer Science Graduate Society. Ashley discussed the critical importance of software testing, why developers should embrace unit testing, and when and how to use mocking.
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The 5 Game Changers that Made 2018 VIA's Year

2018 was a blockbuster year for VIA, from product development to team growth, from press features to awards, and so much more. We are proud to share some of our highlights with you here, and we look forward to the year ahead!

So, You’ve Updated Your Privacy Policy

The energy industry as a whole is more data-dependent than ever before. But, how can utilities balance consumers’ rights to data privacy, security, and anonymity, while leveraging this wealth of new information to improve service reliability and efficiency? At VIA, we are enhancing our Trusted Analytics Chain (TAC) platform to address this challenge.
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Rock Science: How Van Halen Invented Smart Contracts

Van Halen's music defined a genre (and a generation), but their impact reaches much further than the music world. In fact, you could argue Van Halen’s reach extends even into the blockchain boom we’re seeing today. How so? Well, Van Halen sort of invented the smart contract.