MinMax SMART Enters 2017 Inspecting 1,500+ Substations

With several large G&T co-ops choosing SMARTest from MinMax as their preferred tool for asset management and inspection, SMART is now managing well over 1,500 substations across North America.  In addition to the substations, the utilities are also inspecting several thousand other…

Central Electric Power Coop Brings SMART In-house!

Central Electric Power Cooperative (CEPC) is a transmission cooperative owned and operated by eight member-owner distribution cooperatives.  Collectively they deliver power through a network of 120 substations to a 22,000 square mile area in Central Missouri.  These eight electric distribution cooperatives are…

N.W. Electric Power Coop with 140 Substations Gets SMART !

After evaluating the leading software tools for substation asset performance, N.W. Electric Power Cooperative has selected SMART as the cloud-based software tool for its transmission line and substation inspection.  As a G&T electric cooperative, N.W. is responsible for maintaining 140 substations and…

SMART Makes Its Way to California!

With its 108,450 electric customers, the 6th largest public power utility in the state of California, The City of Riverside,  becomes the first utility in the state to adopt SMARTest as its substation asset inspection and performance tool.  The decision…

Another Canadian City Gets SMART!

The popularity of SMART as a preferred tool for transmission/distribution substation asset performance is making an impact in all of North America. After a careful evaluation of the SMARTest module, the city of New Westminster became the newest member of the Canadian…

SMART Makes a Quantum Jump with KAMO POWER!

While SMART has become popular as a substation and distribution asset management and inspection software tool for municipal utilities and cooperatives operating with a range of 2 to 80 substations, It just took a quantum jump by being selected  by a large generation and transmission…

SMART Exceeds Its Bounds, Enters Canada!

Medicine Hat, a city of 61,000+ in southeast Alberta, Canada, became the first Canadian utility to select SMART as its preferred platform for all its substation, distribution, and metering inspection work. They were impressed with the demo and the performance…