What happens if a snow storm or tornado rolls through your community and wipes out the power supply? Do you have an Emergency Disaster Response plan? What is the most efficient and effective way to survey the damage and come up with a way to restore power?
Trees are an essential part of our every-day landscape. While we all need trees for things such as protection, shade, wildlife and other resources, they present a major concern for electric companies. Trees that grow around substations or even near an electric right of way are often the number one cause of power outages. Branches and debris come in contact with live wires can cause fires and become a hazard for anything else that comes into contact with them. It is the company’s responsibility to provide safe and reliable power to the communities they serve, which is why many companies design Vegetation Management Programs to prevent problems before they happen.
Learn how electric co-ops can automate their current workflows to collect organized data, drive compliance, and improve results.
Better Decision Making in Action: An Overview
As part of the Operations Team at your power plant or facility, you are probably constantly monitoring, digesting, and comparing meter readings on state-of-the-art pieces of equipment. If you are like many of our customers, this process - the monitoring of equipment and collecting of data - relies on outdated and error-prone methods; to the point that productivity overall is hampered more than it should be.
We aren't here to challenge your expertise. In fact, one of our greatest goals, here at Zerion, is to make experts better at what they already know best. The challenges that international aid and development groups working on WASH projects face are unique. By working on numerous projects in this area, we've identified 5 tools in our product offering that can enhance project flows leading to better results. Check out these black-belt level features below to take your next WASH project to the next level while reaching as many beneficiaries as possible and tracking more data than ever before.
Many rural utility companies today rely on paper forms to collect data and execute workflows. But, what if there was a way to use a mobile device to accelerate that field workflow and automate the process? I am excited to share that it's possible, and to introduce iFormBuilder and Workflow Automation to the utility space!