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Weekliii Round-Up: News on Energy Management Resources and Utility Asset Inspection

Did you happen to catch all of our #DailyBrainCandiii posts of the week? If you have fallen behind, here they all are lined up in a row. Take a second to sit back, relax, and find a few cool fun facts to share. Enjoy!

Blog post on the Integrated Rigger application for ArcGIS that is used by Electric Utility companies when inspecting assets by field crews.

Organizations within the Utilities Industries wear many hats, involving themselves in the collection of asset data, managing the wealth of resources for which they are responsible, and maintaining best practices and standards that keep both their employees and customers safe. Simultaneously, these companies often have the added stress of environmental conditions – like extreme weather conditions – that threaten the effectiveness of these services. Discover more in this week's #MeetTheProduct post.

Navigating the future energy market requires robust scenario planning and strategic choices to open up news ways of competing. How might this be applied within your own team and company? What are ways we could see this in general? Find out more here.

With geospatial information available through digital platforms and on a global scale, it has never been more accessible. Its integration in our everyday technology has made it essential in basic day-to-day tasks while also being a complex enough technology that it is necessary for big industries like Energy, Environmental, Utilities, etc. to accomplish their own objectives. Making geospatial information and technology accessible in today's connected world is critical to implement strategic priorities as global communities strive to meet goals outlined in Sustainable Development plans. What are these goals? How can spatial data help reach far and wide? Find out more here.


#DailyBrainCandiii and #WeekliiiRoundUp are inspired by brain candiii, a division of Integrated Informatics that develops Geographic Information System (GIS) training for Energy and Natural Resources professionals.


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