Tim Gallagher is general manager at Trimble Utilities. We had a chance to sit down and talk to him about a variety of topics relating to the utilities industry including, asset lifecycle management, infrastructure funding,...

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For electric utility organizations, managing the risk of trees growing near power lines is a top operational expenditure (OpEx) item and often comes with significant financial and reputational risk. Transmission utilities must comply with rigorous...

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The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) is the largest water and power utility in the United States, serving over 4 million people across an area of more than 460 square miles. The...

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Vegetation Management is an essential part of ensuring that communities are safe and that vast areas of electric transmission and distribution infrastructure networks are protected. Utility Vegetation Management (UVM) is one of the largest recurring...

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Independence Power & Light has been using Cityworks AMS since 2017. With the goal to centralize many moving parts into a single system, the path forward has been a fast-paced one. This presentation from a...

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An ever-changing technology landscape offers new and exciting opportunities for utility organizations. Yet even with increased access to innovation, many organizations find themselves grappling with legacy systems, inefficient processes, and information silos that can be...

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What happens when the public assets you want to track don’t have an established GIS data model? When Loveland Water and Power brought a new municipal solar facility online, this was just the problem they...

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Like a lost answer on a hidden planet, St. George Energy was in need of help to improve asset management. As the fastest growing metro area in the United States with new meter installations happening...

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Radley Corporation, a global software solutions provider, recently completed its first Cityworks integration for the City of Independence, Missouri. Independence Power and Light (IPL) went live with Radley software solutions for automated data collection, allowing...

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When the city fathers of Independence, Missouri, fired up their first power plant in 1901, electrical power was considered leading-edge technology. More than 115 years later, Independence Power and Light (IPL) repeated the tradition of...

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