“Smart Grid Visualization is an exciting product developed with our customers to harness data from AMI and other systems to present utilities with relevant, timely alerts to trouble events within the visual context of their distribution system assets.”
Richmond, BC (PRWEB) June 10, 2015
Clevest Solutions Inc., a leading provider of mobile workforce automation software including smart grid operations, announced today that Clevest Smart Grid Visualization has received a 2015 Smart Grid Product of the Year Award from SmartGrid.TMCnet.com. The Smart Grid Product of the Year Award recognizes outstanding innovation across all facets of smart grid technologies.
Clevest Smart Grid Visualization is an advanced trouble event alert and field response application that enables utilities to visualize, assess and respond to events in their power distribution system. With visual alerts to power outages, tampering and voltage anomalies in a map-based contextual display utilities can turn data into actionable information for field response.
“We are very proud to receive the Smart Grid Product of the Year Award,” stated Robin Cairns, Product Manager, Clevest. “Smart Grid Visualization is an exciting product developed with our customers to harness data from AMI and other systems to present utilities with relevant, timely alerts to trouble events within the visual context of their distribution system assets.”
“By integrating the solution with Clevest Mobile Workforce Management and Automatic Vehicle Location systems, utilities can take quick action on trouble events and easily create, dispatch and manage field work orders to completion,” Cairns continued. “It’s a comprehensive, map-based mobile platform that helps utilities optimize field response, improve service reliability, and realize the expected benefits of their smart grid investments.”
“Congratulations to Clevest as a winner of the 2015 Smart Grid Product of the Year Award,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, SmartGrid.TMCnet.com. “We are proud to acknowledge the leaders in the smart grid industry and look forward to seeing what the future has in store for these technologies.”