Advances in Field Measurement Tools for Electric Utilities Webinar

by padkins 16. September 2014 15:51

The days of height sticks and measuring wheels are gone, or at least should be with how inefficient, inaccurate and dangerous they can be to use. It's time to consider advancements in measurement technology and electronic data collection that are affordable, require minimal training and can consistently produce reliable results no matter who makes the measurements.

Laser Technology, Inc. (LTI) and GeoSpatial Experts (GSE) are teaming up and co-hosting a webinar that will demonstrate the latest and greatest in field measurement hardware and software including high accuracy handheld laser rangefinders and intuitive smartphone apps. The synergy between the laser and the app makes collecting reliable field data so much easier, quicker and safer than ever before.

Since LTI's TruPulse laser rangefinders are capable of measuring directly to conductors, attachment points on the pole and even encroaching vegetation, field crews can measure critical data without wasting time and energy shutting down roadways or renting boom-lifts. The electronic data collection and reporting process has also been simplified using an easy to learn smartphone app, GeoJot+ that auto-accepts the laser's measurement using Bluetooth communication.

This particular webinar will focus on electric utilities applications with an emphasis in vegetation management and pole audits. The webinar will also cover basic field measurement techniques and how to leverage the laser’s on-board calculations as well as an overview of what the complete workflow looks like when integrating with intuitive software, such as GSE's GeoJot+ app. There will also be helpful tips on what to look out for when considering laser-based technology.

Advances in Field Measurement Tools for Electric Utilities
Recorded October 29th 10:00 AM (MST)

Learn about LTI laser measurement solutions in Utilities and call us at 1.800.OWN.A.LTI for more information or a hands-on practical demonstration.

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