Move Towards a New Digital and Risk-Based Asset Management Era
can identify issues before they become critical, enabling proactive measures to
prevent network damage, outages, wildfires and other disruptions.
We are Honoured to Work with
Electric Power Utilities All Over the World
Power network operators, such as TSOs and DSOs, play a crucial role in society by ensuring safe, reliable and efficient delivery of electricity to homes, businesses and industries. They manage complex infrastructure and electricity grid networks, including transmission and distribution lines, substations, transformers, and other equipment.
To achieve reliability and safety of the power grid, organisations need to have access to accurate and timely information about the state of the grid, including the status of individual components and the network’s overall performance. Power grid monitoring systems collect and analyse data from various sources, including sensors, meters, and other monitoring devices, to provide real-time or delayed insights into the grid’s performance.
Spottitt MF utilises remote satellite data and machine learning algorithms to give electricity network operators a holistic view of the geospatial risks along their existing and planned network, at scale. This allows operators to identify areas of the grid under stress or at risk of failure, make informed decisions about where to allocate resources, and how to respond to changing conditions. In addition to improving network reliability indicators, power grid monitoring systems can also help optimise operations’ efficiency and reduce costs.
Our services for TSOs and DSOs cover a wide range of use cases, from optimising vegetation management to monitoring land and asset motion, validating the cutting work done by contractors, and minimising the climate change effects on the network health and performance.
Wide Variety of Use Cases
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The Easy Way
Boost your risk awareness and mitigation with actionable insights derived from multiple risk metrics measured. Enjoy your analyses in our on-demand platform and integrate them easily into your existing asset management and GIS systems for better decision making.
Accurate and Near Real-Time Results
With Spottitt, you get high-resolution satellite images and the most advanced artificial intelligence to get accurate geospatial data on every meter of your network, updated as frequently as every day. We offer the optimal solution customised to your specific needs.
At Scale, In Hours
Inspect at scale in hours, fully remote. Our monitoring solutions require no hardware, no flight permits, no time walking or driving, and then passing and standardising the data. No subjective measures prone to human errors. Also, important, our monitoring method doesn’t pollute the environment.
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Spottitt is excited to announce its involvement in the delivery of one of only 18 projects selected to receive just under 400k GBP Alpha Phase SIF (Strategic Innovation Fund) funding. The funding is awarded by Ofgem and Innovate UK and aims to find and fund ambitious, innovative projects with the potential to accelerate the transition to net zero. These projects aim to help shape the future of the gas and electricity networks across the UK and beyond.
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