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Innovation is critical as weather grows more extreme

The devastation in the wake of Tropical Storm Isaias - and more recently, Hurricane Ida - underscores the severity of recent weather and complexity of storm response.

Uniquely positioned to innovate, utilities should seek to consolidate and streamline field operations - mitigating risk, reducing expense, and protecting customers.

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Key logistical challenges in storm response
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Why innovation in storm response is crucial to a utility's bottomline
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How utilities can streamline field operations

Modern weather demands modern tools

A once-in-a-decade winter storm in Texas. A historic wildfire spreading in California. A category four hurricane slamming Louisiana. Billion-dollar hail storms, tornadoes, and flooding.

2021 has been an unprecedented year for extreme weather.

Utilities are at an inflection point, but grid modernization doesn’t need to be paralyzing: technological innovation in one area - like storm response - reduces risk and lowers costs, freeing budget for other upgrades to the grid.

Specifically, utilities require a dynamic, secure, and interoperable field platform during storm response to streamline operations and keep communities safe.