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Hexagon launches new app for Electric Utility Companies

Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure has launched an application called Intergraph Damage Assessment that enables end-to-end automation of the entire post-storm damage assessment process. The application can be used for simple outage patrols, as well as in times of devastating storm damage, making it an everyday solution that maximizes return on investment for electric utility companies.Sweden: Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure has launched an application called Intergraph Damage Assessment that enables end-to-end automation of the entire post-storm damage assessment process. The application can be used for simple outage patrols, as well as in times of devastating storm damage, making it an everyday solution that maximizes return on investment for electric utility companies.

Intergraph Damage Assessment’s integrated components originate in the storm room and extend to the field and back for a complete, automated solution. Supervisors can assign assessment work and visualize and analyse up-to-date data from a web-based application. Field crews using tablets can perform assessments against GIS network facility data and send results back in real-time.

Unlike disaster documentation systems, Intergraph Damage Assessment is specific to utility workflows, and unlike other damage assessment applications, it integrates with any geographic information system (GIS) or outage management system (OMS), featuring both a field application and supervisory dashboard for end-to-end workflows.

“Intergraph Damage Assessment automates the complete damage assessment process, helping utility companies identify storm-affected areas, determine proper staffing levels and obtain feedback on physical damage in real time,” said Eric Charette, executive manager of utilities, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure. “Dispatchers stay better informed on the extent of damage, while storm managers can track progress. With Intergraph Damage Assessment, better information from the field ultimately leads to more accurate restoration times.”

Source: Hexagon