A complete picture of electric infrastructure
Power plants, substations, electricity pylons, transmission lines, office locations, smart meters. All crucial assets required for the core business of energy generation and distribution. But how many people within an energy utility actually know where these assets are located? Who knows where recent power outages or supply instabilities have taken place? And how many can tell in which areas customers are the least and most satisfied with quality of service? Nexus can bring all data from different departments together, organizes it as accessible themes within a secure data hub, and make it available to everyone within a utility.
Introduce outside data sources
Asset data combined with up-to-date cadastral information helps to understand which cables cross certain land properties. Locations of residential housing in combination with trajectories of primary transmission lines makes it possible to identify potential health risks. Power distribution numbers, crime statistics and neighbourhood data together can help to identify high-risk areas for illegal cannabis plantations. Asset data and locations of planned repair works by partner utilities (water mains, sewage, telecommunications) provide an opportunity to do combined maintenance and save costs. Population development on neighbourhood scale combined with asset capacity helps to identify potential future infrastructure bottlenecks.