A well-trained workforce is critical to the proper installation and management of your smart grid network. Yet recruiting and maintaining the right staff continues to be a struggle for many utilities especially in light of the current climate. A high demand on technical skills, combined with a high retirement and attrition rate, has left utilities with a smart grid skills gap. Fortunately there are still viable solutions available.
With the proliferation of wireless and electronically switched devices, RF interference (RFI) is constantly rising and can have adverse effects on utility operations and the smart grid. Second Sight Systems takes pride in being number 1 in safety, and in high risk Tower Services.
We have a long way to go before crystallized dilithium single-handedly powers our Star Trek enterprise. But this isn’t stopping power generators and utilities from stepping into the future. Day-by-day, utilities are embracing futuristic technology to harness smart grid data, improve asset management, and minimize time spent on repairing outages. Here’s our pick of the top 4 technologies utilities want and need to improve business today and tomorrow.