MinMax Demonstrates SMART 6.0 at the 2015 Southeastern Meter School

Bolstered by the response received from the utilities in southeast, MinMax participated and demonstrated SMART 6.0 at the 2015 Southeastern Meter School and Conference held on March 16-19 at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama. The school is sponsored by Southeastern Meter Technical Association in cooperation with Utility Technology Association. The school provided a forum for…

T&D World (Nov. 2014) Talks About SMARTest ver. 5.11

The T&D World Magazine in its November 2014 issue talks about the MinMax’s latest release of its Substation Maintenance and Asset Reliability Tracking software SMARTest 5.11. SMARTest 5.11 features an integrated project and work order management system, a comprehensive easy-to-use document management system, offline inspections, work orders and service calls with access to prior inspection…

Bristol Cities on a Roll – BTES, TN Gets SMARTest As Well !!

Bristol Tennessee Essential Services (BTES) is a municipality-owned electric utility that also provides high-speed internet, telephone, and cable television services over a fiber optic network. BTES is in the business of providing reliable, safe, and cost-effective electric service to more than 33,000 customers in a 280-square-mile service area in the City of Bristol and Sullivan…

Bristol, VA Gets SMARTest !

Bristol Virginia Utility (BVU) becomes the latest municipal utility to get on the bandwagon of SMARTest. Impressed with the rich inspection capabilities of SMART, and with its focus on substation and distribution operation, and the intuitiveness of the program, BVU will position SMARTest as its key inspection and maintenance tool. Bristol is an independent city…

Electric Energy T&D Magazine Selects MinMax and City of Weatherford for The Grid Transformation Forum

For the Grid Transformation Forum in its July/August 2014 issue, the Electric Energy T&D Magazine selected Dr. Nand Singh, the founder of MinMax technologies, a Texas-based software company, in delivering software-based productivity tools for substation operations for utilities with two or more substations. Joining Dr. Singh is Doug Evans, electrical engineer with the Texas City…

NTUA Deploys SMARTest to Inspect their Power Distribution Across 27,000 Sq. Miles

Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA) selected the latest release (release 5.11) of SMARTest from MinMax to manage the inspection and asset maintenance of their 73 distribution substations and 306,000 distribution poles spread over 27,000 sq. miles. The Navajo Nation extends into the states of Utah, Arizona and New Mexico, covering over 27,000 square miles of…