Christopher Kelly, CEO of Clearion Software, joins the hosts of the Trees and Lines Vegetation Management Podcast podcast, Tej Singh and Phil Charlton, to discuss how utilities are using the latest geospatial technologies to solve complex workflow and information management challenges in the vegetation management community.
We are excited to share the 2.2 release of the Clearion X app, which cleans up asset management, inspection, and maintenance in a single end-to-end tool.
Aerial patrols are an integral part of a modern utility field operations program. Whether flying annual cycles for vegetation management, or inspecting critical assets during a storm response, the speed and accuracy of aerial patrols play a key role for many utilities. With the latest release, Clearion X can now rule the skies too.
Clearion CEO Chris Kelly shares insight on the utility industry’s switch to the triple bottom line—people, process, and planet, including examples.
This presentation will explore software trends affecting Utility Vegetation Management (UVM) and describe how modern work management software can used to meet emerging challenges and create better outcomes.
Georgia Power turned to Clearion to develop two, unique workflows that identify, track and route freshly cut vegetation from the utility’s tree trimming program in order to improve the diets of “browsers” and giant pandas at Zoo Atlanta.
Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia Power serves 2.4 million electricity customers in the state of Georgia. Georgia Power conducts extensive vegetation management along its transmission and distribution lines. In 2020, the utility and Clearion codeveloped an automated workflow to connect vegetation management crews with community organizations that need mulch.
The Rights-of-Way as Habitat Working Group provides a habitat survey and tracking system to help landowners restore corridors to support biodiversity.
The Utility Vegetation Management industry is shepherding in a new era of modernization that transforms their function in society from being a necessity to becoming a true benefactor to their local communities—while also cleverly helping the bottom line. In this post, we share how three programs are benefiting community farms, zoos, and the monarch butterfly.
Four major utilities deploy technology in different ways for their vegetation management programs.