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For Utilities, Mobile Early Adopters Realize Efficiency Gains in Field Workforce
What Field Service Organizations are Looking to Solve With Mobile
Why Mobile Workforces Should Get 'Social' With Smarter Communications
It's the message rather than the technical messenger that is most important in mobile communications.
Safe practices don't end between service calls. Utilities have a protocol for everything: safely climbing the pole, safely setting the outriggers and safely placing the pylons at lunch.
Even in Dead Spots, Connectivity is Uninterrupted
For every $1 a homeowner spends on energy, they spend another $1 on products and services that consume that energy.
It stands to reason that an industry that does much of its work outdoors-dealing with extreme temperatures, harsh weather, primitive to non-existent roads, dirt, dust, mud and water, all while toiling in isolation-would be at the forefront of rugged computing.
Hybrid solar and wind power solutions are enhancing the reliability of power for off-grid, industrial systems.
In August 2003, the Eastern United States and parts of Canada experienced a widespread blackout that was caused by a number of factors.
As mobile communication technology adoption becomes more prevalent, utilities are seeing more productivity in the workforce. This month's Utility Products brings you several informative feature articles to help increase efficiency and improve recovery after power outages.
In the December 15, 2008, New Yorker, Malcolm Gladwell published an interesting article on education. The article focused on how teachers are evaluated.
Keep up-to-date with the latest news and articles from some of the prominent utility product companies and resources.
AEP’s Meter Socket Jumper offers a safe and easy means of bypassing a meter socket. The Socket Jumper can be used with either Ringless or Ring style Meters.
AE Product’s Meter Socket Converter (CNV) converts various Meter Forms to fit the desired application. 14S, 15S or 16S Socket to accept 2S Meter. Optional features available.
AEP’s Service Disconnect Adapter disconnects customer load but maintains power to the electronic meter. The meter maintains reading and communications links for AMR/AMI operations while only disabling the load side.