Engineering & Operations
Visualize your entire distribution network, fully utilize AMI data, and intelligently manage outages.
The Engineering & Operations suite provides tools that improve system reliability, increase customer confidence, and boost operations efficiency.
Utility Mapping (UtiliTrak)
UtiliTrak maps and models a utility’s network infrastructure that includes electric, gas, water, and wastewater networks. UtiliTrak serves as a data warehouse for a utility’s network infrastructure, and provides a single source of truth and the necessary interfaces to integrate with other applications.
Mobile Mapping (UtiliGo)
UtiliGo provides utility-wide map access for both field and office personnel with an intuitive and easy-to-use mobile app for field personnel and browser access with the same easy-to-use interface for office personnel. UtiliGo is easily customizable by utilities for the paperless management of processes and projects.
Fiber Mapping (UtiliCom)
UtiliCom maps and models the physical characteristics of a utility’s fiber network for both outside and inside infrastructure. UtiliCom manages network connectivity at the fiber level and helps troubleshoot fiber service issues by tracking individual circuits and running an OTDR trace when needed.
UtiliStake, an application that runs inside of UtiliTrak and integrates with WMS, manages the life cycle of staking jobs. UtiliStake streamlines the workflow process by reducing the backlog of map changes and eliminating the manipulation of the same information multiple times.
Outage Management System (OMS)
Orbit OMS provides simple ease-of-use and ease-of-implementation to track and map outages for both electric and fiber services. Integration with AMI and IVR enables automatic identification of new outages and the ability to recognize the continued existence of nested outages which improves outage visibility and workflow.
Meter Data Management (MDM)
MDM, an application that empowers your team to fully utilize your AMI data. Troubleshoot issues, identify potential theft, evaluate for efficiency, identify lost revenues, and identify overloaded and underloaded transformers.