Case Studies

  • Dec 04, 2008 | Landis + Gyr
    In 2005, we joined forces with Colorado Springs Utilities to implement an advanced metering solution for the company’s entire customer base. At the time, Colorado Springs Utilities anticipated that, when fully deployed, the system would save over $6 million dollars per year in operating costs, not...
  • Dec 04, 2008 | Schneider Electric
    Durham College needed more electrical data in order to manage energy saving projects. Following work completed by Square D POWERLOGIC, the the base load dropped from 600,000 kWh per month in 1989 to 400,000 kWh per month in 1997. The average demand peaks were also reduced from 1,600 kW to 1,000 kW...
  • Nov 19, 2008 | Trilliant Inc.
    Between now and 2025, Ontario must build almost a whole new electricity system. This includes replacing about 80% of its current generating facilities as they retire over time, and expanding the system to meet future growth. Building new supply will be vital. But so will energy conservation and...
  • Nov 17, 2008 | IBM Corporation
    SOA technology enabled the utility to implement a mobile workforce management system that lets crews track service orders, enter their time and mileage, locate other co-op vehicles, review service orders, enter major storm data in real time to provide a better view of materials used and damage per...
  • Nov 13, 2008 | Gentrack
    For a number of years Vector used three disparate in-house billing and network reconciliation systems. The company didn’t have the resource to support and upgrade these systems and began documenting requirements for a billing and network reconciliation system to replace the systems being operated....
  • Nov 06, 2008 | Kyocera Wireless Corp.
    PPL Electric Utilities needed a better way to retrieve data from the commercial electrical meters in the field. The company also wanted to automate data reporting to improve business processes, system reporting, and customer response time.
  • Oct 29, 2008 | DC Systems
    Modern asset management and planning systems, meter and customer systems, financial and risk management systems have the capability of tracking facilities performance in the field and informing even the C-level of the utility when changes need to be made or other actions taken. C-level personnel...
  • Oct 22, 2008 | MobileDataforce
    LEPService needed a mobile software solution that could efficiently track the installation and service of load management devices. The mobile software solution would enable the utilization of GIS mapping to effectively identify switch locations. A key requirement of the project was that it be...
  • Oct 22, 2008 | Avaya
    As a company that rapidly expanded through several acquisitions, npower was challenged with integrating eight different call centres operating disparate technologies and incorporating a diverse, new staff. The company also needed a system that could consistently deliver first-class customer service...
  • Oct 15, 2008 | Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc. (SEL)
    Dairyland Power Cooperative is installing a new distribution automation/telecommunications system that will provide secure collection of substation meter readings, load profile billing information, real-time meter data, local alarms, and a secure communications path for member Automatic Meter...