X2nSat Sales Director Denny Thompson shares expert insights into how utilities can use satellite technology to minimise damage from natural disasters, the pressures utilities are under to mitigate losses, and how to become more connected to their devices, especially in remote areas.
Technology that doesn't rely on terrestrial infrastructure can minimise the impact of wildfires and other natural disasters. He also offers insight on the low cost and high reliability of satellite communications and outlines a working solution that helps utilities survive extreme weather.
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Source: Smart Energy International
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