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How To Reduce Your Disaster Risk With Satellite Imagery and AI

This webinar was broadcast on July 28, 2022 and is now available for on-demand viewing

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Key takeaways

  • Utilities are faced with 300% more disaster costs by 2050 without taking action.
  • A calendar based plan is full of inefficiencies, instead utilities need to prioritize based on risk and reliability impact.
  • Satellite-powered vegetation management is helping 60+ utilities mitigate risk and increase reliability by over 10%.

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“If I'd had this technology 5 years ago, I could’ve opened my laptop in the morning and gotten a list of my risk profiles and recommendations for mitigation. I can guarantee you that I would've spent my limited budget getting crews in those places.“

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Robert Warwick ISA Master Arborist


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Vegetation Specialist, ISA Master Arborist, Former Senior Vegetation Program Manager

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Robert Warwick is an ISA Board Certified Master Arborist and a former Senior Vegetation Program Manager with PG&E. He has a passion for the environment and for improving society’s interaction with the planet. He pursues the integration of technology and data with climate technology as the best way for utilities to meet the conflicting needs of budget, risk, and personnel.

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Vice President, Innovation and Digital Transformation Expert

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An experienced digital transformation practitioner, Bradley Smith is a founding team member and Vice President at AiDash. He is passionate about creating and delivering cutting-edge technologies to electric utilities that can help revolutionize their approach to operations and maintenance activities.