RCOS has released new logistics features for its ARCOS Crew Manager Software to give utility storm managers a way to pre-arrange and track internal and external crews’ lodging, meals, staging areas, equipment and vehicles during major events.
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ARCOS LLC, the Columbus company that makes software for utility companies, has notched four new customers to use its new product aimed at making utilities more efficient during large-scale power outages.
Outside contractors and mutual aid crews get the call when high winds damage trees and distribution infrastructure in Minnesota.
ARCOS LLC has rapidly gained a foothold in the national utility scene for crew call out and emergency management, and it’s looking to expand its work force by 43 percent this year.
Automated crew management is a game-changer for the utility industry. Mobilizing and tracking crews efficiently, capturing crew staffing and the time crews worked, and reporting back after a storm has passed — this is all data Iberdrola USA is collecting to better gauge restoration costs.
San Diego Gas & Electric explains their methods and best practices for emergency crew management and automated call out when faced with an unexpected emergency situation.
ARCOS LLC, a developer of crew management, callout and emergency response software for 21 of the top 25 U.S. utilities, has launched the ARCOS Mobile application for Android™ and iOS™ devices to speed up the call out of utility crews for emergencies such as electric outages, gas leaks or a power plant boiler tube leak.
ARCOS, Inc. is looking to take its utility crew management software business to the next level with the help of a Cleveland private equity firm.
ARCOS, Inc. released the ARCOS® Crew Manager software to give utility storm managers and others access to a computer-generated board for visually organizing and mobilizing crews required during large power restoration events.
A rapid and efficient response to gas leaks matters to utilities and their stakeholders. Companies and regulators monitor response times, as slow responses to gas orders, carbon monoxide leaks or damaged gas lines can lead to increased risk and regulatory scrutiny. Most important, a raid, efficient response helps ensure safety and reliability.