Smart Grid: GE opens its GIS walled garden to Google (and why utilities should care)

See on Scoop.itGreen Energy Technologies & Development

Smart Grid – GE will incorporate Google Maps data into its Smallworld applications to give utilities a better view of their networks. The ability to visualize and analyze data on a map means

Duane Tilden‘s insight:

GE’s Smallworld geospatial tools design and model complex network infrastructures and support asset lifecycle management and provide solutions for companies with complicated network asset management problems. The agreement with Google offers those solutions for a variety of applications, such as business intelligence, engineering, Web clients, schematics, corridor management and enterprise gateway.

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