AiDash and National Grid Speaking at UAA Trees and Utilities
AiDash and National Grid will speak on using satellite technology and better vegetation management practices at the Utility Arborist Association’s (UAA) Trees and Utilities conference in Minneapolis, Minn., on Wednesday, Oct. 27, at 2:05 PM (CT).
The conference, which runs Oct. 26–28, focuses on bringing utility vegetation managers and urban forestry professionals together to discuss and learn about topics like vegetation management (VM) trends, environmental concerns, and VM best practices.
UAA Trees and Utilities speaking engagement details
AiDash’s Senior Manager of Customer Success, Jordan Jozak, will be joined by National Grid’s Product Lead, Digital Transformation, Toren O’Leary, and Manager of Vegetation Strategy and Reliability Analytics, Bertram Stewart. The group will deliver a talk entitled “Enhancing Reliability, Community & Results: Satellite Technology & Digital Optimization,” on Oct. 27, at 2:05 PM (CT).
During this session, they’ll discuss how National Grid uses satellite technology in their digital workflow to increase reliability, optimize vegetation management expenditures, and enhance community relations. The use of satellite analytics is part of National Grid’s Electric and Digital Acceleration teams, led by David Cardoza, David Smith, Andi Karaboutis, Anil Podduturi, and Nicholas Maiello.
About National Grid
National Grid (NYSE: NGG) is an AiDash customer. It’s an electricity, natural gas, and clean energy delivery company serving more than 20 million people through its networks in New York, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. National Grid is transforming its electricity and natural gas networks with smarter, cleaner, and more resilient energy solutions to meet the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Tune in to our talk at the UAA Trees and Utilities conference to learn more about enhancing VM with satellite technology
If you’re heading to UAA’s Trees and Utilities conference, be sure to stop in at AiDash and National Grid’s talk on Wednesday, Oct. 27, at 2:05 PM (CT).
If you’re unable to attend the talk at Trees and Utilities, the recorded session will be available to UAA members after the conference.
You can learn more about UAA and the conference, as well as register for the upcoming sessions, by clicking the button below.