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Geographic Information Systems electricity

An electric distribution utility uses a network of physical facilities to provide electric power and energy to customers connected to those facilities throughout a geographical area. Each component of the distribution system (i.e., asset) has a physical location and associated data. So does each customer. In order to plan, construct, maintain, operate and manage the electric distribution network it is necessary to create, manage and utilize this geospatial data. A geographic information system (GIS) is a convenient and powerful way to collect, organize, maintain and manage this geospatial data and display it on a geographic map.

A complete, detailed electric circuit connectivity model is essential for planning and operating the electric network. The ability to easily maintain the connectivity model is a cornerstone of Milsoft Geographic Information solutions. Milsoft Geographic Information solutions include project management tools to enable each user to create his or her own versions of the model as necessary to do their jobs.

Milsoft GIS is being used by some 200 electric distribution utilities and their consultants. A primary consideration in their choosing it was the ease of creating and maintaining a fully electric network connectivity model that is integrated seamlessly with Milsoft Engineering Analysis and Milsoft Outage Management System.


by porkpiehat

The digital Paullin arrives at what seems like a fortuitous moment. In recent years, scholars have paid increasing attention to the spatial aspects of history, using sophisticated Geographic Information Systems technology to reveal previously unseen patterns of change. The Richmond lab’s 2012 Visualizing Emancipation project, for example, plots out intricate interactions between federal policy, the Union and Confederate Armies, and thousands of enslaved people, illuminating how liberation unfolded on the ground.
At the same time, other researchers are taking a fresh look at old maps, exploring how they represent not just changes in the nation’s boundaries and places, but also deeper shifts in its self-understanding

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