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[FREE ON-DEMAND EVENT] What Does the Technology Stack Look Like for a Live Utility Network Implementation?

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Louisville Gas and Electric Company (LG&E) and Kentucky Utilities Company (KU) have recognized that using GIS technology across the enterprise would provide a strong foundation of geospatial infrastructure. Over the past year, they have successfully moved their business to ArcGIS Utility Network across electric generation and transmission, gas distribution, and telecommunications assets. Learn more about how they launched a successful migration.

View our latest webinar as LG&E and KU walk through the critical components of their new technology stack in production and the decision-making process they used to get there:

  • The pros and cons of core, out-of-the-box Utility Network functionality

  • How to take advantage of the Utility Network architecture.

  • Customization versus using commercially available extensions



Joey Justice
Manager of Technology Development
LG&E and KU Energy LLC


Nicholas Wise
Group Leader, Asset Information
LG&E and KU Energy LLC



Dean Perry
Vice President, Sales and Marketing
SSP Innovations


Christopher Ash
Vice President, Product
Strategy and Management
SSP Innovations


Ian Martin
Director, Product Sales
SSP Innovations

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