CASE STUDY: Oncor
Oncor delivers customer benefits through an integrated smart grid
Empowered customers and a comprehensive view of infrastructure helped this Texas utility proactively identify and fix outages, reduce consumption, and improve emergency-response time by as much as 40%.
How it works
Using a combination of digital sensors, network and data management, and advanced analytics, you can:
- Understand demand in near real time
- Identify and respond to outages faster
- Improve productivity and safety by automating tasks
- Ensure compliance with regulations
How you benefit
This solution provides a number of benefits, including:
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