Utility companies are investing heavily on robust field management platform that are backed up by latest technologies like AI, IoT, and cloud, to automate and enhance field operational efficiencies and provide their workforce with utmost safety and increased productivity. In wake of these developments, the global utility field service management is estimated to reach $5.7 billion by 2026.
A well-integrated workforce management platform is one of the biggest trends in effective field operation for its ability to guide field crews remotely. Predictive maintenance is also becoming an important tool in the toolbox of utility companies. Coupled with IoT, visual inspection, and AI, companies are preventing problems before they occur, eliminating unscheduled downtime.
To put the spotlight on other key developments, Utilities Tech Outlook illustrates how companies are leveraging the latest technologies to augment field services. This edition also features a thought leadership articles from Emma Romack, Sr Analyst and Transmission Analytics at EDF Renewables; Charles Heino, Director of Municipal Operations at EOM Operations; and Benjamin Stanford, Associate Vice President at Hazen and Sawyer.
In this edition of Utilities Tech Outlook, we also bring to you the story of some of the top utilities field service management solution providers. In the list, Deepomatic, stands out for providing a visual automation platform that bring visibility to every single equipment and interventions in the field and operational processes. We also bring to you the story of Sunbelt Solomon, offering assessment, appraisal, and disposition of surplus power and distribution transformers, voltage regulators, reclosers, and switchgear.
Through the following pages, we aim to shine a light on the innovative trends and latest developments in the utilities field service management space. We would like to know your thoughts.