In this HxGN TV episode, we talk with utility industry experts Eric Charette and Doug Scaife about how our new ADMS solution helps utility providers improve their network reliability and resilience by streamlining operations and expediting critical actions.
After attending this year’s DistribuTECH conference, we had the task of digesting all of the content the conference had to offer and deciding how it applies to our utilities customers. Amid all of the conference sessions, panels, and exhibitors, there were a lot ideas and technology fighting for mindshare. Here were the three most recurring themes we experienced throughout the conference.
While network data is used extensively by engineering and operations, it’s rarely visible or available to other stakeholders across the utility or communication enterprise. Intentionally or unintentionally, network data critical to the business is placed into engineering silos. If you’re ready to liberate and integrate your network data, here are a few important things you need to know about Intergraph NetWorks.
Network operators own and manage a lot of data. Intergraph NetWorks helps to break through this data overload by making it easier for field crews to access, visualize, update, and share location-based engineering and operational data and capabilities on smart devices.
Full of industry expert panels, thought leadership, and new solutions, DistribuTECH Conference & Exhibition is the annual, must-attend event for organizations in the utility industry. Here's what to expect from this year’s conference.
In April, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure launched Intergraph NetWorks - a flexible software suite that uses web services to provide secure, real-time access to location-based engineering and operational data and capabilities across the utility enterprise. We are pleased to announce the release of Intergraph NetWorks version 1.1, which continues to expand on the suite's capabilities with a set of new enhancements designed to better serve the needs of utility and communication providers.
Around the world, there are big changes happening in the utilities and communication industry. And with these changes come big challenges. In a relatively short amount of time, industry and operational norms have gone the way of the dinosaur. Here’s a look at the primary challenges facing utility and communications in the 21st century.
Last week during the Chartwell 10th annual Outage Communication Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure's Eric Charette had the chance to discuss the origin of a new way for providing advanced restoration time, which is designed to drastically improve how utility providers handle outage management communications.
In this blog series, we're highlighting the seven reasons utility providers trust Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure with their network models. For the final installment, Mike Baker, product manager for Intergraph G/Technology and Intergraph NetWorks, discusses the industry standards we have used to developed our utility network solutions.
Outage management systems have evolved from a basic prediction solution to a platform for smart grid operations. While hard to imagine, there was a time when integration between OMS and other operational systems was limited. In part two of this two-part series, we will take a look at the remaining OMS enhancements ranked 5 through 1.