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Free On-Demand Event | Mobile apps that bridge smart grids with smarter people

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Even as power distribution companies have made huge strides with sensors, smart meters, and Internet of Things technologies, we still struggle to capture the full value of our field teams.

As these “boots on the ground” workers perform necessary tasks, they have the potential to generate critical data that could help us improve performance, reduce downtime, and cut costs — but they need technology that works with them, on the go, to power critical processes and analysis.

This on-demand webinar discusses:

  • The benefits of mobile apps to field teams
  • The data connection between the field and the back office
  • Use cases showing how to fill the gap in smart grids and meters with smart people and devices


CHRIS SCHROEDER, System & Cable Improvement Maintenance Planner, Arizona Public Service (APS)

JAKE FREIVALD, VP, Product Marketing, Fulcrum

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