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Optimize Storm Recovery and Restoration

Catastrophic weather events are on the rise. As storm frequency and severity increase, so does the pressure on utilities. Join us for a discussion with a Distribution Performance Improvement Professional from a large IOU, as he discusses how his crews effectively leveraged an intuitive, damage assessment field mobility solution to eliminate paper in the field, drive situational awareness and greatly improve restoration times for affected communities in a recent storm.

By viewing this webcast, you’ll learn how cutting-edge utilities drive:

  • Improved Situational Awareness – Field users have insight into the location of other field crews and where outages exist, with live updates when locations change, or new assessment information is reported.
  • Faster Restoration Times – With live transfer of information from the field, restoration leaders can be more accurate with mutual assistance requests and material needs, as well as getting the right crews with the appropriate materials to the largest impacted outages first.
  • Better Documentation for Cost Recovery – Given that all damage assessments and repairs are time-stamped, geo-located and include pictures in a single field mobility solution; regulators will have confidence in record keeping accuracy.


Patrick Rackley, Field Mobility Product Lead for Assessment, AEP
Darrin Reeb, Managing Director – Field Mobility, ARCOS

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