The latest news on utility resource management
The City of Riverside California was featured in an American City and County story and was kind enough to talk about their use of ARCOS Mobile Workbench. Read more about how they use it to implement COVID-19 safety regulations and improved efficiency and response times.
Western Energy Institute published a guest column by our own, Jim Nowak, about the importance of the incident command system and automating the management of ICS. What’s needed to manage an Incident Response Team? Find out here.
PowerGrid International has published Jim Nowak’s latest column. This one examines how utilities need a single view of operations, which, in part, can be accomplished through building APIs or by adopting technical specifications and standards to link systems for “one truth.” You can find it here.
Utility Products magazine on-line has featured an article about ARCOS’ new Resource Planner. Learn more about how utility managers now have one software platform to quickly plan for and see the resources – organized by type and location!
When COVID-19 came knocking, Grant County Public Utility District answered by swiftly altering its work practices and procedures to safeguard its field workforce and system. Read how ARCOS Mobile Workbench helped in this article from T&D World.
Utility Products magazine has featured ARCOS Resource Assist Lite™ on the website’s New Product Showcase. Take a look and find out more here.
Electric Light & Power magazine’s ELP.com published a column by our own Jim Nowak that discusses how utilities might address resource management in light of recurring news about the coronavirus. Read it here.
Utility Products Magazine on-line has released a story about ARCOS Resource Assist Lite. What is it? How can it help contractors and utilities share crew rosters better? Click here to find out!