Wiener Netze / Vienna Networks: Start of Production with ArcFM UT in the Branch Electricity

Vienna, Munich, February 2016 - The Wiener Netze have started in January 2016 the production with the software ArcFM UT of AED-SICAD in the branch electricity. Thus the Wiener Netze now work on 40 multi-utility editor seats not only on electricity data but also on gas data. In the future also the branch district heating will be migrated towards ArcFM UT. Besides the as-built maps, also the extensive overview maps have been migrated to ArcFM UT. The overview maps are used among other things also for the switching operations in the electricity network. In the future, it will be updated nearly fully automatically using the software module ArcFM UT Generalization to incorporate network changes. The UT Integrator continues to play an important role for the integration of the technical asset information from the GIS with the financial and maintenance information of the SAP PM system. Here, the UT integrator is used within the front – but also within the backend. For the information dissemination the Wiener Netze rely within their company on WebOffice and on an ArcGIS mobile-based offline solution from AED-SICAD business partner SynerGIS. 

About Wiener Netze

Wiener Netze GmbH is the largest distribution operator of Austria. The company is responsible for all issues of distribution operation within the supply area. The customers of Wiener Netze GmbH are supplied via one of the most secure electricity networks of Europe. With 99,99 percent service security the company occupies one of the top ranks within Europe. Just in case the outage division can be reached 24/7 under the telephone number 0800 500 600. To secure this supply quality also for the future, roughly 120 Mio EUR are invested yearly into the electricity network. The core investment targets are extension, operation and maintenance of the electricity network, and reader and data management. http://www.wienernetze.at/eportal/   

Included are:

-              Network strategy and network planning

-              Regulation management

-              Net customer service, invoicing

-              Data management

-              Extension, operation and maintenance of the electricity network

-              Reader management 

About AED-SICAD

AED-SICAD Aktiengesellschaft (AED-SICAD), Bonn/Munich, Germany, is the leading GIS application company in Europe. AED-SICAD employs more than 180 people. Their portfolio comprises high-end geographical information systems for the key segments utilities, cadastre and land management. With ArcFMä UT for the utility industry and LM on ArcGIS® for cadastre and land management, AED-SICAD develops cutting edge GIS applications and solutions based on the worldwide leading ArcGIScore technology. http://www.aed-sicad.com



Contacts:

Ing. Markus Krahofer, MSc
WienIT EDV Dienstleistungsgesellschaft mbH & Co KG
Thomas-Klestil-Platz 6
A - 1030 Wien, Austria
Telefon: +43 1 90405 47127
Email Contact

Eric Schmalen
AED-SICAD
Carl-Wery-Straße 22
D - 81739 München, Germany
Telefon: +49 89 45026 201
Email Contact


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