DDMS

Disaster and Disruption Management System

Forecast storm and wildfire outages and damages, plan quickly, restore safely, communicate accurately, and build climate resilience.

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More than 75 utilities of all sizes across the globe use AiDash climate technology

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30%
faster restoration
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25%
lower storm costs
accuracy
85%
accuracy forecasting outages
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15%
fewer power outages in storms
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Pre-Event

Predict, prepare, and deploy accurately.

Post-Event

Monitor, survey, and restore faster.

Weather any storm or wildfire

Work with satellite imagery, real-time weather data, and span-level vegetation data to bolster preparedness — in one agile, user-friendly platform. Mitigate risks before, during, and after a storm or wildfire to minimize customer interruptions.

  • Predict outages with reliable information as early as 72 hours before landfall.
  • Safely assess and access damage remotely to prioritize your responses.
  • Estimate resources to prepare your field, engineering, and operations.
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Manage disaster planning and grid hardening

Transform your reliability. Estimate reduced risk, calculate cost, and determine ROI from grid hardening initiatives. Plan hardening opportunities with historical data about outages, damages, system design ratings, and more.

  • Have a dependable repository to handle all critical information.
  • Compare different plans based on multiple constraints.
  • Assign tasks and track progress easily, with clear reporting.
  • Dynamically reassess hardening projects as field conditions change.
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Predict storm outages and wildfire spread

In one system, track weather parameters hourly and spot damage-prone areas, predict outages, and prioritize resources and logistics.

  • Rely on advanced weather tracking of wind speeds, rainfall, pressures, and temperatures.
  • Forecast fire weather, wildfire risk, outages, and resource needs for up to 72 hours.
  • Predict storm and wildfire impacts at feeder, segment, and span levels.

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Accelerate disaster restoration and recovery

Prioritize scouting tasks, reduce assessment times, and increase workforce productivity. Use accurate restoration time estimates to transform customer satisfaction.

  • Identify critical hotspots: measure flood extent, map inaccessible areas, assess wildfire burn severity and damages.
  • Assess damage through darkness and clouds with synthetic aperture radar (SAR) from satellites.
  • Record field assessments and observations with a mobile application for notes, photos, and comments.
  • Simulate restoration based on resources, cost, and time with automatic, prioritized work assignments.

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Use historical data for exact predictions

Evaluate the impact of an active storm by comparing it to historical data of similar storms, including wind speed, pressure, rainfall, and degree of damage.

  • Compare changes from season to season, and year over year.
  • Rely on real data from actual outages, damages, and predictions.
  • Export reports and dashboards in multiple formats.
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Electric utilities are experiencing greater regulatory investigations over outages and wildfires.