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Free On-Demand Webinar | Leveraging AI Optimization to Reduce and Schedule Outages

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It’s common practice to bundle asset sustainment work together to reduce costs and outages. Doing so manually, though, often results in suboptimal outage schedules and wasted resources.

The world’s leading organizations are leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to automatically bundle interventions to decrease both outages and cost. Using data collected from organizations across the globe, this webinar will provide a foundational overview of getting started with an AI-driven outage scheduling strategy.

Listen to this free on-demand webinar to explore:

  • Opportunities to leverage AI in the asset maintenance planning process
  • How leading utilities are bundling interventions with AI today
  • Potential AI applications for utilities in the future

Speaker Information:

Rachel Grillot, Solutions Consulting Lead, Copperleaf

Paul Carter, Product Manager, Copperleaf

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