Topobase Electric<br />
Welcome!<br />Cédric MoulletProduct Design Manager<br />Vanessa RojasGeospatial Technical Training Specialist<br />Alan Sa...
My bike<br />
Power Generation<br />
Power Transmission<br />
Power Distribution<br />
Power Transformation<br />
Fromtheory to practice!<br /><ul><li>Introduction to the Electric NA market
 What is Topobase ?
 What is Topobase Electric ?
 See it live !</li></li></ul><li>Electric NA Market<br />
Utility Value Chain<br />Production<br />Transmission& Storage<br />Natural GasProduction<br />Transmission& Storage<br />...
Challenges for Utilities<br />
Value of Managing Asset Data <br />Operate<br />Maintain<br />Design<br />Build<br />Data Quality<br />Critical infrastruc...
Value of Managing Asset Data <br />Operate<br />Maintain<br />Design<br />Build<br />Maintain integrity<br />Data Quality<...
Business Value of Asset InformationInfrastructure asset usage<br />Maintain<br />Stakeholder Relationships<br />Business P...
Autodesk Utility Solutions<br />Planning<br />GIS<br />Utility Solutions<br />Field Crews and External Contractors<br />En...
Fromtheory to practice!<br /><ul><li> Introduction to the Electric NA market
What is Topobase ?
 What is Topobase Electric ?
 See it live !</li></li></ul><li>Topobase<br />
What is Topobase?<br />Topobase enables users to…<br /><ul><li>Store CAD design
Create/Editdata
Maintain relationships and topology
Analyze data
Manage data
Report</li></li></ul><li>GIS<br />GIS<br />Engineering<br />Engineering<br />Finance<br />Finance<br />Construction<br />C...
Autodesk TopobaseArchitecture<br />Topobase Client<br />Topobase Web<br />Topobase Administrator<br />AutodeskMap<br />Aut...
Autodesk TopobaseArchitecture<br />Relational Database<br />Application Server<br />Client<br />Oracle Spatial<br />Topoba...
Fromtheory to practice!<br /><ul><li> Introduction to the Electric NA market
 What is Topobase ?
What is Topobase Electric ?
 See it live !</li></li></ul><li>Topobase Electric<br />
Cross sections<br />Smart assemblies<br />Workflows<br />Business rules<br />Data model<br />Topology<br />
“Data model to maintain both transmission and distribution networks”<br />
What does the data model look like ?<br />Structural Features<br />Electrical Features<br />Circuit<br />Cross-sections<br...
Data Model: Structural Features <br />Access Point<br />Anchor<br />Antenna<br />Arrestor<br />Capacitor Bank<br />Connect...
Data Model: Electrical Features<br />Lightning Arrester<br />Load Tap Changer<br />Meter<br />Motor<br />Recloser<br />Reg...
“Smart assemblies”<br />
… or templates<br />Recurrent arrangements of features<br /><ul><li> transformer bank
 substation
 cross section
 … whatyouwant</li></ul>Transformer with two elbows<br />
“Electrical topology”<br />
Circuit<br />Manage automatically connected electric devices and conductors.<br />Circuit 1<br />Circuit 2<br />
“Built in business rules to manage connectivity and topological relations”<br />
Business rule: Assign circuit<br />Circuit information is assigned automatically if a circuit is extended. <br />Flow is a...
How do these pieces <br />work together ?<br />
“A new overhead circuit has been created to supply new housing”<br />
From Breaker to Consumer<br />
From Breaker to Consumer<br />
From Breaker to Consumer<br />
From Breaker to Consumer<br />
From Breaker to Consumer<br />
From Breaker to Consumer<br />Demo Features<br />Data creationprocess<br />Business rules<br />Smart assemblies<br />Benef...
“Complex asset visualization<br />to manage underground network”<br />
Cross section<br />PVC 100 / 15x15 – 20x20<br />PVC 100 / 15x20<br />PVC 80<br />PVC 100 / 15x15<br />
“A new underground circuit has been created to supply new area”<br />
Underground Distribution<br />
Underground Distribution<br />
Underground Distribution<br />
Underground Distribution<br />Demo Features<br />Cross sections<br />Electric explorer<br />Structural features in data mo...
“Electric industry workflows to support user tasks”<br />
Workflows<br />
Workflow: Find connected<br />Find topologically connected features (by phase, upstream or downstream).<br />
“Inform customers of a circuit maintenance”<br />
Communicating with your customers<br />
Communicating with your customers<br />Demo Features<br />Web analysisworkflows<br />Integration in officeenvironment<br /...
Workflow: Load transfer (1)<br />Transfer load from one circuit to another by opening one device and closing another. <br ...
Workflow: Load transfer (2)<br />
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  • Hello everyone. I‘m very happy to welcome you to this class !Vanessa and Alan will help me to present the new Topobase Electric application. It is really a great pleasure to be here. We have been working for several months on this release. We discussed with electric companies, subject matter experts, consultants and now all the concepts are real !I would like to introduce myself: I manage the Topobase design team. I have a background in GIS consultaning and have been working for several years in the electric, wastewater, water and land management industry. I’ve worked with Autodesk since 2005. As you can hear, my mother tongue is not english. It is french. But, to be clear, I‘m not a french citizen, I‘m a swiss citizen ! You know, the french part of switzerland is as big as one borough of New York City, so I can understand if you don‘t know it.
  • Product Designer is quite a strange job. You have to imagine the software, but you don‘t develop it. And itisbetterlikethat… It‘slike an architect, youhave to imaginethebuildingbeforeit‘s real. One of myfavouriteplaces to thinkabout Topobase is on mybike. In GIS, no surprise, G meansgeographic. The best way to seeourworldisduring a biketrip. Youcanridesomemiles and youhave time to observethe real world. I learn a lot bybiking. And it‘shhhhealthy !Basically, thegoal of Topobase is to store real worldfeatures in a database.
  • During these bike trips, I take pictures. In the electric world, you have four categories of infrastructure
  • Wewill first introducesome concepts and thendemonstrate the application. Let’s go step by step:I will let Alan Saunders introduce the NorthAmericaMarket.Then Vanessa willbrieflyintroduce Topobase. I encourage you to attend tomorrows the presentation made by Marion PietschAfterthat, i willpresent the generalconecpts of Topobase ElectricAnd wewillseeit live.
  • The utilities market today is seeing unprecedented volume of design and renewal projects that they need to manage with an increasingly new workforce, and at the same time meet increasingly rigorous reporting and regulatory standards. Autodesk geospatial solutions provide the rapid learning environment of CAD-based tools, rich engineering design, process efficiency, and data quality needed by utilities. What are the driving industry trends facing Gas and Electric Utilities?Aging infrastructure and workforceIncreasing demand for infrastructure development due to emerging economies, population and load growthMost estimates are that half of the utility workforce is eligible to retire in 5-10 years (e.g. United States)For example, an Arizona, USA utility has told us they need to replace over half of their underground system in the next 5-10 years.Knowledge TransferDue to retirements, utilities are faced with the challenge of making less experienced workers productive sooner. To mitigate the potential for a shortage in experienced professionals and reduce the learning curve for new workers50% of staff eligible for retirement in next 10 years.45% of utilities have ¼ of their workforce eligible to retire now.Rapid growth in demandGrowth – Competition - Cost/budget and time pressures - These may include cost increases in fuel and material (cable, piping, poles, etc.) and expanding workforce to keep up with growth.Regulatory complianceRegulatory pressure for improved reliability and reporting – such as Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) Compliance
  • What is the value of maintaining the quality of your assets across the Infrastructure Lifecycle Management (ILM)?What typically happens during the design to build to operate to maintain lifecycle is that the value of the data decreases as it crosses to a different stage in the life cycle. By managing data from the start of the design phase, no critical asset information is lost and no additional effort is expended as each phase progresses, saving time, money, and most importantly the quality of the data.HOW? By leveraging the data designed in AutoCAD (that you likely already have), by using additional Autodesk solutions that are built on the AutoCAD technology and allow ease of sharing data, visibility into design without conversion or using paper maps, etc. all the way through to geospatial.================================================Discussion on the loss in data value as it crosses each stage1. As infrastructure is designed, critical asset information is captured in CAD drawings and annotation2. CAD drawings are transferred to construction drawings (hard-copy) and intelligent asset information is lost.3. During construction the actual in-field information is typically captured and transferred to CAD drawings for final filing. Typically only about 50% of the new as-built information ever gets back to the central database. So you never really gain the quality back that you had in the beginning. You have a mixture of design and as-built and you are not sure (when you finish the build) how much anyone went back and updated the as-built information to depict the real-world. The reason? Because you had to capture the data and put it into a GIS database versus just putting it back into the design to help maintain the integrity of information.4. CAD drawings are generally transferred from scanning, re-digitizing or other method into a new information (and it is only 50% accurate roughly) – (often have to send people out to survey….often send metal detectors to find pipes).Critical infrastructure and asset information is converted into an asset management system and is integrated with other operation and maintenance software.
  • What is the value of maintaining the quality of your assets across the Infrastructure Lifecycle Management (ILM)?What typically happens during the design to build to operate to maintain lifecycle is that the value of the data decreases as it crosses to a different stage in the life cycle. By managing data from the start of the design phase, no critical asset information is lost and no additional effort is expended as each phase progresses, saving time, money, and most importantly the quality of the data.HOW? By leveraging the data designed in AutoCAD (that you likely already have), by using additional Autodesk solutions that are built on the AutoCAD technology and allow ease of sharing data, visibility into design without conversion or using paper maps, etc. all the way through to geospatial.================================================Discussion on the loss in data value as it crosses each stage1. As infrastructure is designed, critical asset information is captured in CAD drawings and annotation2. CAD drawings are transferred to construction drawings (hard-copy) and intelligent asset information is lost.3. During construction the actual in-field information is typically captured and transferred to CAD drawings for final filing. Typically only about 50% of the new as-built information ever gets back to the central database. So you never really gain the quality back that you had in the beginning. You have a mixture of design and as-built and you are not sure (when you finish the build) how much anyone went back and updated the as-built information to depict the real-world. The reason? Because you had to capture the data and put it into a GIS database versus just putting it back into the design to help maintain the integrity of information.4. CAD drawings are generally transferred from scanning, re-digitizing or other method into a new information (and it is only 50% accurate roughly) – (often have to send people out to survey….often send metal detectors to find pipes).Critical infrastructure and asset information is converted into an asset management system and is integrated with other operation and maintenance software.
  • Ok, let’ dig into the details of the electric application. I’m sorry, I have to make some theory. I know, it’s boring, but It will help to understand the practical use cases.
  • An application canbeseen as a puzzle. You have a lot of pieces and thesepieces have to worktogether.
  • In order to manage data, we need to store it. Topobase is storing everything in a relational database. No strange format. Everything in oracle spatial. The data and the metadata can be accessed very easily.
  • 6 main parts of the data model:-The structural features for the management of the construction, likesubstation, poles, towers, plants- The electricfeatureslikeswitches, fuses, breakers and conductors- The cross sections for the management of the underground network, withducts and trenches.- The circuits which are composed of the connectedelectricfeatures- The administration feature classes for the management of customers or locations- And the eventsfeature classes for maintenance, for example: a transformer has been replaced in a substation
  • I will not go into the details, but all these structural featurescanbemanaged
  • And all theseelectricalfeatures
  • It iscommon to have groups of features in the electric world. One transformer bankwiththreetransformers. One substationwith 5 breakers. In order to increaseproductivity, Topobase proposes to use « Smart assemblies » or..
  • … templates.The templates can be configured for every customer. Then the user can create data extremely rapidly.
  • I would say topology is the heart of the application. You can ask anyelectrical engineer. The most important thing in a network is the connectivity… If you don’t know the connectivity, then problems can occur..
  • The connected devices are managed automatically by Topobase and are grouped in a circuit. Here, an open switch will separate the two circuits.
  • Again, in order to allow the user to bevery productive, we have built in someautomaticbehavior in order to avoid extra work.
  • This business ruleallow the user to extend a circuit. Topobase willtake care of the flow and the circuit information. Someequivalentbehaviorsexist for phase.
  • Ok, I’mfinishedwith the first theory part. Let’ssee the how thesepiecesworktogether !
  • One standardscenarioisthecreation of a circuitsupplyingnewhousing
  • In thereality, it will looklikethis. First, a newbreakeriscreated in thesubstation
  • One pole isbuilt
  • One aerialswitchisbuilt
  • And oneaerialtransformercanbeplaced in order to feedthenewhousingarea
  • And finallytheconductorsareplaced on thepoles to connectthedevices.That‘sitforthe real world. In Topobase, it will looklikethat:
  • In this scenario, the following features have been demonstrated. A lot of things are working behind the scenes in order to have an efficient and accurate creation process.
  • For security and environmentalreasons, electric networks are increasingly underground, soweneed a way to manage that.
  • We callthis Cross section. Hereyousee one duct, but the cross sections canbe more complex.The electric explorer manages the underground network using cross sections.
  • Let’s imagine another scenario: a new undergound circuit is built
  • You can seethe underground network under the street.
  • Some junction boxes will be needed to dispatch the power.
  • And to feed the public lighting network.
  • We have seen here the cross section concept in action and how to use the electric explorer. Structural features like ducts and junctions boxes have also been used.Because the majority of new networks are underground, this process will be more frequently used in the future.
  • Efficiency is very important. We want to support the user in his daily tasks. Topobase uses workflows for this goal.
  • In the electric application, we have two kinds of workflows: Analysis workflows for analyzing the network Maintenance workflows for validating and managing the network. Let’s go now into the details of these workflows
  • The most important workflow deals with connectivity. The goal is to find the connected elements, by phase.With an upstream analysis, you can find the feederWith a downstream analysis, you can find the customer.
  • Let’s imagine maintenance work on one line.
  • In this case, the customer is happy to receive a letter to inform that a transformer will be replaced
  • All electric functions work in topobase web. It is easy to use and work can be done remotely.
  • One typical user scenario is the load transfer from one circuit to another. In this case, we can see one open switch and one closed switch. With two clicks, the user is able to transfer the load and reconfigure everything: the circuit, phase and flow information.
  • Let’s imagine that I’m a field worker and I call my colleagues. We‘ve got a small problem tonight.
  • Cedric: A tower on Lombard street has beendestroyed last night.Vanessa:Whichtower has a problem ?Cedric: The tag is 43723. Howmanycustomersareaffectedbythisproblem ?Vanessa: 13 customershave no power. I think, wecanmake a loadtransferfromthecircuit „Danville 2“ to temporarilyfeedthesecustomersCedric: Ok, whichswitches do I have to close and open ?Vanessa: Theswitch to openis #500 on pole 35789 in Larden Road.Cedric: Ok, I‘llgooverthere.Vanessa: Then, youcancloseswitch #300 on pole 96547 in King James StreetCedric: Great. In fiveminutes, it will bedone.Vanessa: Ok, I will maketheloadtransfer in Topobase. It‘sdone.Cedric: We will nowreplacethetower and I‘llcallyou back whenitisready.Vanessa: Thanks, bye
  • The topology is used to make this process work.
  • Another topic is the management of transmission lines. We were asked to develop specific functions for the management of transmission networks.
  • We have here one generation station and the goal is to feed one substation.
  • The towers have to be built.
  • And then the lines are created
  • Equivalent to the undeground network, we use the notion of cross sections to manage the transmission network.A complex, totally configurable representation can be associated with the poles.
  • Do you remember the first slides ? Currently the electric market is facing 4 main challenges. Topobase can address all of them.Data is stored centrally. The management of infrastructure is facilitated.Topobase is easy to useThe data creation processes are efficient and intuitive.We provide industry specific workflows
  • Topobase is not a new product. We have been installing it for several years in more than 500 public and private utilities.
  • And after three years, the current customers are experiencing a more than 500% return on investment. These numbers have been computed by IDC.
  • If you want to know more, you can read the blog. Or you can of course go to the Topobase website.
  • Topobase Electric AU 2007

    1. 1. Topobase Electric<br />
    2. 2. Welcome!<br />Cédric MoulletProduct Design Manager<br />Vanessa RojasGeospatial Technical Training Specialist<br />Alan SaundersSenior Industry Manager<br />
    3. 3. My bike<br />
    4. 4. Power Generation<br />
    5. 5. Power Transmission<br />
    6. 6. Power Distribution<br />
    7. 7. Power Transformation<br />
    8. 8. Fromtheory to practice!<br /><ul><li>Introduction to the Electric NA market
    9. 9. What is Topobase ?
    10. 10. What is Topobase Electric ?
    11. 11. See it live !</li></li></ul><li>Electric NA Market<br />
    12. 12. Utility Value Chain<br />Production<br />Transmission& Storage<br />Natural GasProduction<br />Transmission& Storage<br />ElectricityGeneration<br />WaterCollection<br />Transmission<br />Distribution<br />Distribution<br />Treatment& Storage<br />Retail<br />Retail<br />Distribution<br />Waste<br />Treatment<br />Business<br />Retail<br />Waste<br />Collection<br />Consumer<br />Maintain<br />Design<br />Build<br />Operate<br />
    13. 13. Challenges for Utilities<br />
    14. 14. Value of Managing Asset Data <br />Operate<br />Maintain<br />Design<br />Build<br />Data Quality<br />Critical infrastructure and asset information converted in asset management system<br />In-field info captured<br />CAD Drawings<br />Asset Lifecycle Stage<br />
    15. 15. Value of Managing Asset Data <br />Operate<br />Maintain<br />Design<br />Build<br />Maintain integrity<br />Data Quality<br />Critical infrastructure and asset information converted in asset management system<br />In-field info captured<br />CAD Drawings<br />Asset Lifecycle Stage<br />
    16. 16. Business Value of Asset InformationInfrastructure asset usage<br />Maintain<br />Stakeholder Relationships<br />Business Performance<br />Operate<br />Operational Controls<br />Risk Reduction<br />Build<br />Asset Information<br />Design<br />
    17. 17. Autodesk Utility Solutions<br />Planning<br />GIS<br />Utility Solutions<br />Field Crews and External Contractors<br />Engineering<br />CAD<br />Web Clients<br />Public<br />Integrate<br />Enterprise Apps<br />w/ Spatial Data<br />
    18. 18. Fromtheory to practice!<br /><ul><li> Introduction to the Electric NA market
    19. 19. What is Topobase ?
    20. 20. What is Topobase Electric ?
    21. 21. See it live !</li></li></ul><li>Topobase<br />
    22. 22. What is Topobase?<br />Topobase enables users to…<br /><ul><li>Store CAD design
    23. 23. Create/Editdata
    24. 24. Maintain relationships and topology
    25. 25. Analyze data
    26. 26. Manage data
    27. 27. Report</li></li></ul><li>GIS<br />GIS<br />Engineering<br />Engineering<br />Finance<br />Finance<br />Construction<br />Construction<br />Customer<br />Service<br />Customer<br />Service<br />Operations<br />Operations<br />Autodesk Topobase Value Proposition<br />Business Problems<br />Small islands<br />Conversion<br />No access<br />Topobase Solution<br />Big picture<br />Data quality<br />Sharing<br />Autodesk Geospatial Solutions<br />
    28. 28. Autodesk TopobaseArchitecture<br />Topobase Client<br />Topobase Web<br />Topobase Administrator<br />AutodeskMap<br />AutodeskMapGuide<br />Relational Database<br />Oracle<br />
    29. 29. Autodesk TopobaseArchitecture<br />Relational Database<br />Application Server<br />Client<br />Oracle Spatial<br />Topobase<br />Administrator<br />User Management/ <br />Oracle Security<br />Legacy GIS<br />Wastewater<br />Gas<br />Land<br />Water<br />Electric<br />Survey<br />Partner Apps<br />Data Models<br />(geometry, attributes,<br />metadata)<br />Topobase Client<br />Includes Map 3D<br />CRM<br />Workflows/ <br />Business Rules<br />Wastewater<br />Gas<br />Land<br />Water<br />Electric<br />Survey<br />Partner Apps<br />Jobs<br />(long transactions)<br />DWF Plug-in / Ajax<br />WEB Browser<br />Topobase Web<br />Includes MapGuide Enterprise<br />ERP<br />Topology<br />DWF Plug-in / Ajax<br />WEB Browser<br />MapGuide Enterprise<br />
    30. 30. Fromtheory to practice!<br /><ul><li> Introduction to the Electric NA market
    31. 31. What is Topobase ?
    32. 32. What is Topobase Electric ?
    33. 33. See it live !</li></li></ul><li>Topobase Electric<br />
    34. 34. Cross sections<br />Smart assemblies<br />Workflows<br />Business rules<br />Data model<br />Topology<br />
    35. 35. “Data model to maintain both transmission and distribution networks”<br />
    36. 36. What does the data model look like ?<br />Structural Features<br />Electrical Features<br />Circuit<br />Cross-sections<br />Events<br />Administration<br />
    37. 37. Data Model: Structural Features <br />Access Point<br />Anchor<br />Antenna<br />Arrestor<br />Capacitor Bank<br />Connection Box<br />Connector<br />Duct<br />Elbow Bank<br />Enclosure<br />Feeder Pillar<br />Fuse Bank<br />Guy<br />Handhole<br />Junction Cabinet<br />Link Box<br />Lv Board<br />Manhole<br />Pad<br />Pathway<br />Pedestal<br />Pole<br />Recloser Bank<br />Regulator Bank<br />Sectionalizer Bank<br />Segment<br />Substation<br />Switch Bank<br />Switch Board<br />Switchgear<br />Tower<br />Transformer Bank<br />Transformer Station<br />Vault<br />Warning Light<br />
    38. 38. Data Model: Electrical Features<br />Lightning Arrester<br />Load Tap Changer<br />Meter<br />Motor<br />Recloser<br />Regulator<br />Riser<br />Sectionalizer<br />Service Point<br />Sleeve<br />Switch<br />Termination<br />Transformer<br />Way<br />Breaker<br />Bus Bar<br />Capacitor<br />Conductor<br />Current Regulator<br />Elbow<br />Fault Thrower<br />Fiber<br />Fuse<br />Generator<br />Ground<br />Head Bolt Outlet<br />Isolator<br />Junction<br />Light<br />
    39. 39. “Smart assemblies”<br />
    40. 40. … or templates<br />Recurrent arrangements of features<br /><ul><li> transformer bank
    41. 41. substation
    42. 42. cross section
    43. 43. … whatyouwant</li></ul>Transformer with two elbows<br />
    44. 44. “Electrical topology”<br />
    45. 45. Circuit<br />Manage automatically connected electric devices and conductors.<br />Circuit 1<br />Circuit 2<br />
    46. 46. “Built in business rules to manage connectivity and topological relations”<br />
    47. 47. Business rule: Assign circuit<br />Circuit information is assigned automatically if a circuit is extended. <br />Flow is also updated automatically.<br />Circuit South<br />Circuit South<br />
    48. 48. How do these pieces <br />work together ?<br />
    49. 49. “A new overhead circuit has been created to supply new housing”<br />
    50. 50. From Breaker to Consumer<br />
    51. 51. From Breaker to Consumer<br />
    52. 52. From Breaker to Consumer<br />
    53. 53. From Breaker to Consumer<br />
    54. 54. From Breaker to Consumer<br />
    55. 55. From Breaker to Consumer<br />Demo Features<br />Data creationprocess<br />Business rules<br />Smart assemblies<br />Benefits<br />Data validation<br />Automatic connectivity<br />
    56. 56. “Complex asset visualization<br />to manage underground network”<br />
    57. 57. Cross section<br />PVC 100 / 15x15 – 20x20<br />PVC 100 / 15x20<br />PVC 80<br />PVC 100 / 15x15<br />
    58. 58. “A new underground circuit has been created to supply new area”<br />
    59. 59. Underground Distribution<br />
    60. 60. Underground Distribution<br />
    61. 61. Underground Distribution<br />
    62. 62. Underground Distribution<br />Demo Features<br />Cross sections<br />Electric explorer<br />Structural features in data model<br />Benefits<br />> 50% of new urban areas have underground network<br />Efficient data creation<br />
    63. 63. “Electric industry workflows to support user tasks”<br />
    64. 64. Workflows<br />
    65. 65. Workflow: Find connected<br />Find topologically connected features (by phase, upstream or downstream).<br />
    66. 66. “Inform customers of a circuit maintenance”<br />
    67. 67. Communicating with your customers<br />
    68. 68. Communicating with your customers<br />Demo Features<br />Web analysisworkflows<br />Integration in officeenvironment<br />Benefits<br />Easy to use<br />Remotework<br />Timelycommunication<br />
    69. 69. Workflow: Load transfer (1)<br />Transfer load from one circuit to another by opening one device and closing another. <br />The circuits, flows and phases are reconfigured.<br />
    70. 70. Workflow: Load transfer (2)<br />
    71. 71. “Work with field forces in an emergency situation”<br />
    72. 72. Emergency<br />
    73. 73. Emergency<br />Demo Features<br />ElectricalTopology<br />Loadtransfer<br />Benefits<br />Support emergencysituation<br />Decisiontaking<br />Reduceimpact<br />
    74. 74. “Manage towers and transmission lines”<br />
    75. 75. From Tower to Tower<br />
    76. 76. From Tower to Tower<br />
    77. 77. From Tower to Tower<br />
    78. 78. From Tower to Tower<br />Demo Features<br />Tower cross section<br />Creation of transmission lines<br />Benefits<br />Complex visualization<br /> Manage transmission<br />
    79. 79. How Topobase adds value<br />Aging Infrastructure<br />Knowledge Transfer<br />Rapid Growth<br />Regulatory Compliance<br />Centralized asset control<br />Easy to use<br />Efficient data creation<br />Industry workflows<br />
    80. 80. Autodesk Topobase Customers<br /> > 500 public & <br />private utilities<br />
    81. 81. Autodesk Topobase Customers<br />518 % ROI<br />Source IDC<br />
    82. 82. Blog Topobase Insiders:<br />http://topobaseinsiders.typepad.com/<br />Topobase:<br />http://www.autodesk.com/topobase<br />Thank You !<br />
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