Elizabeth Ann Traiger is a Senior Researcher at DNV. Dr. Traiger has been working in the renewables industry for over 10 years starting her career in technical engineering advisory services and transitioning into research. She explores emerging digital technologies, the integration of such novel technologies in industrial applications, and the assurance of such solutions. Her passion is technology transfer. Dr. Traiger’s current research concerns advanced time-series statistics, the development of autonomous UAVs for the remote inspections of industrial assets in extreme environments, verification of image processing algorithms used in inspections, machine learning, and predictive analytics on large data sets within the energy domain. She works to integrate the latest advancements in artificial intelligence and robotics into renewable energy project operations and maintenance. Elizabeth continues to work on wind project development, operational assessments, due diligence, and grid integration projects worldwide. Traiger holds a Ph.D. (DPhil) and M.Sc. from the University of Oxford, UK in the field of Statistics and a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Kansas, USA.