GIS System Integration for Multiple Utility Business Processes: Exclusive Interview with Kjetil Nymoen of Hafslund Nett - [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Interview]
- Aug 14, 2019 2:58 pm GMT
Today’s utilities find the data that comes from GIS, or geographic information systems, to be more and more critical for optimizing business functions. The application of GIS into the utility sector spans many potential applications, from enhancing reliability through ease of maintenance, identifying opportunity for increased distributed energy resources, training purposes, and much more. Given the wide applicability of GIS technology and the data it generates, making sure GIS is efficiently and holistically integrated across different businesses is critical to proper implementation.
Kjetil Nymoen is a Solutions Architect working on accomplishing just that at Hafslund Nett. He will also be sharing his knowledge on this exciting and emerging topic at the upcoming GIS4SmartGrid 2019 conference from SmartGrid Forums. In advance of his presentation, entitled ‘GIS System Integration – connecting a number of new and legacy systems to provide geospatial data and context to multiple utility business processes,’ Kjetil was gracious enough to share insights into his work and this upcoming presentation with Energy Central:
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