Presentation on theme: "GCR’s Restoration of Service Application (ROSA) consolidates reports from multiple outage utility companies and geographical areas into a consolidated."— Presentation transcript:
GCR’s Restoration of Service Application (ROSA) consolidates reports from multiple outage utility companies and geographical areas into a consolidated user-defined jurisdictional reporting system.
Multiple companies supply data feeds to produce reports and maps.
ROSA is ideal for regulatory agencies responsible for multiple utility companies and providers operating in multiple jurisdictions. ROSA integrates utility assets and real time weather data with fundamental demographic and economic data and “point level” jurisdictional definitions. ROSA is a secure, internet-based, mobile application that supports managers responsible for making critical restoration of service decisions and simultaneously offers an abbreviated reporting portal for communication with the general public.
Live Link to Weather Service Track, anticipate and respond to a weather event, such as a hurricane or severe thunder storm.
Document the History of the Event All weather data transmittals are captured and can be used with other datasets.
Quantify the Impact Broadcasts from the National Weather Service are converted to polygons and associated with socioeconomic and facility data in affected areas.
Data Integration Customer, facility and infrastructure data can be grouped by multiple categories to facilitate better outage and service restoration reporting. Customer Locations Facility Locations Demographics Critical Locations Infrastructure
Critical Facilities Inventory and Status Critical facilities (as defined by the user) can be illustrated and included in jurisdictional reporting.
Live Demo for Impact Analysis Application
Underlying Information Block-level Census data and businesses by address are used to profile impacted jurisdictions.
Interactive Mapping and Reporting Intuitive capabilities that benefit all users. Previous database reports and maps were the purview of tech savvy IT professionals. But with easy to use web portals, anyone has access to rich reporting and maps.
Common and Custom Jurisdictions Areas of interest can be defined by the user or loaded from a pre-established listing. Custom areas can be saved for easy retrieval.
On Demand Status Reports at Multiple Levels Reporting is very flexible and can easily address multiple geographies, time periods and subjects.
Live Demo for Service Restoration Application
Lightning Strikes data service With subscription weather, ROSA can track, pinpoint and quantify strikes. The correlation of outages to intense strikes and strong storm cells provides a credible explanation of service disruptions.
Public Interface to Broadcast Information Multiple access levels allow the offering of basic data to the public and detailed data to internal users. Since the application is web based no per user licenses fees are required.
Messaging Capability to Alert Customers and Officials When customer data is loaded, alerts and updates can be forwarded for defined or selected areas based on outages or particular weather events.
Solar Capacity Monitoring ROSA includes rich socioeconomic data. Through the clustering of solar power panel users, trends can be identified to enhance demand and capacity calculations on a small area basis. Net metering can be monitored and compared to traditional sources of power by area.
Powerful Impact Analysis Tool Underlying datasets from client and public sources provide a baseline condition for measurement and evaluation of impacts based on events such as flooding, earthquakes and hurricanes.
Public Officials Roster Pick any point on the map to see a list of public officials for that area. During an outage you can immediately notify elected officials. ROSA keeps you in a proactive position when outages occur.
Ready-Made Presentation Framework ROSA is designed to produce attractive maps and reports on demand. User defined areas can be saved to generate reports when needed.
Mobile and PC Platforms ROSA is accessible from desktop, laptop through a web browser, as well as an app created for tablets and handheld mobile devices.
Implementation Requirements ROSA is designed to be run in an automated environment. Point or census block level tables are loaded into the spatial database on a near real time basis. These tables are integrated into our larger demographics and outage repository, and the website and reports reflect the changes.