Ups and Downs: Learning the Impact of Drones
On December 12th, 2017, user Primpwatcher at phantompilots.com posted a video of their latest drone outing on a message board. When you watch the video, see if you notice what they saw when they watched the flight footage back.
GridEx IV 2017: Emergency Preparation and Cyber Security in the Power Grid
On November 15th and 16th, GridEx, a biennial event, will be taking place. Representatives from the North American utility industry, as well as various regional and federal agencies, will take part in simulated emergencies to test their response plans.
Preparing for the Unpredictable – Winter Storm February 2014
Last week we published a post about Atlanta's response to the 2-inch snowstorm that hit the area on January 28, 2014. Here we are two weeks later, staring in the face of a much bigger storm that the National Weather Service is predicting will be of "historic proportions".
Learning from Sandy: Part 3 – Visualizing Data with Maps and Filtered Views
We worked with the City of New Haven, Connecticut, to prepare for and respond to Superstorm Sandy a few weeks ago. This post is Part 3 in a series in which we discuss our experiences and what we learned as we helped New Haven through this crisis.
How Utilities can use Veoci in wake of Hurricane Sandy
As Hurricane Sandy is making its landfall on the east coast, utility companies must be gearing up to handle fallen trees, damaged electric lines, flooding, and reports of other outages. Here's a scenario of how Veoci can help a utility company better manage the situation.