Holly Woodings, the Operation Vegetation and Construction Project Specialist at Colorado co-op United Power, will discuss her utility’s experience using AiDash’s Intelligent Vegetation Management System (IVMS) to increase operational efficiency.
With IVMS, United Power has been able to leverage satellite imagery and AI to improve their vegetation management program, building multi-year cycle plans optimized by natural growth rates.
Jordan Jozak, the Sr. Manager of Customer Success for AiDash, will expand on how satellite imagery and AI have allowed United Power to identify and prioritize high-risk vegetation transforming the way United Power plans their vegetation management activities, while both increasing reliability and decreasing VM costs.
- Assess the benefits of using data from satellite imagery to create intelligent vegetation management plans
- Explore the use of powerful AI models in a co-op environment to optimized multi-year cycle plans optimized by natural growth rates
- Describe United Power’s experience using AiDash’s Intelligent Vegetation Management System (IVMS) to improve their vegetation management program’s efficiency