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With more than 50 million meters in production worldwide, Oracle Utilities Outage Management System (OMS) offers the most reliable performance in storms, handles the highest volumes of data, and provides real-time situational awareness for operators and field crews alike.
See how automation drives faster restoration.
Whether deployed for electric, gas, water, or wastewater networks, Oracle Utilities OMS allows utilities to quickly and safely manage outages and restoration in coordination with field, mutual aid, and asset management teams.
Whether in manual or automated mode, network switching is one of our most widely used features for maximizing system reliability and minimizing the impacts of planned and unplanned outages.
Give your operators and leadership real-time intelligence over service issues, interruptions, and outages—for more accurate estimated restoration times, improved decision-making, and better-informed customers.
Our browser-based OMS client enables large numbers of storm managers and other users to quickly and securely log on and manage crews and storm outages using a desktop device from any location with internet access.
Whether working on laptops, tablets or smart phones, your field crews will accelerate restoration and improve safety with a mobile app that provides real-time network visibility, damage assessment, tagging, and control center communication capabilities.
An NMS customer for more than 20 years, Georgia Power Company (GPC) has delivered outage management and restoration excellence through many severe storms, including those affecting its sister utilities at Southern Company.
Boost efficiency, safety, and customer satisfaction by combining Operations Mobile Application with Oracle Field Service.
Manage network operations and interruptions across different utility types, including gas, water, and wastewater.
Many utilities are rethinking their assumptions about where utility work can or should be performed, even for mission-critical functions such as dispatch center operations. One imperative is the need to quickly ramp up resources outside the general office—often the case with storm management. Technology providers are taking note.Read the complete post