"As organizations like SMUD bring smart assets into their infrastructure, the static reports, spreadsheets and tools that inform decisions based on yesterday's data are simply inadequate for running an operation," said Rob Schilling, CEO of Space-Time Insight. "The whole point of collecting all this granular data is to use it to improve service reliability and efficiency. We commend SMUD for recognizing the value of this data and for taking the initiative to extract valuable insights from the smart technologies in which they are investing."
Since its deployment, a groundswell of interest for Space-Time Insight's geospatial and visual analytics technology has arisen within SMUD, with myriad other uses identified, from neighborhood design and transformer loading, to customer demographics for new programs, vegetation analysis, and understanding the impact of electric vehicles (EV's) on single circuits. A second phase of the situational intelligence system is already underway to meet some of these demands.
About Space-Time Insight
Space-Time Insight transforms vast quantities of disparate information into intuitive visual displays that businesses can use to make informed real-time decisions. From traditional transmission, communications and transportation networks to Smart Grids and Cities, our next-generation situational intelligence solution is making critical infrastructure smarter, safer and more reliable. With Space-Time Insight, enterprises can visualize and analyze their resources across location and time, rapidly respond to disruptions in service, and lower risk while increasing customer satisfaction and profitability. Major organizations around the world rely on our high performance software to gain actionable insights into their businesses and make real-time operational decisions. Space-Time Insight's partners include Accenture, EMC, Esri, Google, IBM, OSIsoft, SAP and UST Global. Space-Time Insight is privately held and based in San Mateo, Calif. For more information, visit http://www.spacetimeinsight.com.
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