Distribution utilities can never guarantee uninterrupted power. A heavy storm, a fallen branch, a car accident or even scheduled maintenance can easily down electric lines. Discover how utilities can enhance their network reliability to minimize outages using GIS. Read this article by Brian Bell, utilities industry manager at Esri Canada, which was published in The Distributor.
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