Improve infrastructure resilience. Get ahead of vegetation risk.
With Cyclomedia, utility companies get tools to prevent outages, better monitor hazards during natural disasters, and improve compliance with regulators. The process starts with streamlining your vegetation management approach — and expands from there.
Maintain an accurate dataset of vegetation encroachments
Optimize capital expenditures of network upgrades
Become better equipped to meet mandates to support renewable energy and decarbonization goals
Build stronger relationships with regulators and public utilities commissions
Become more proactive in mitigating damage. Resolve problems before they turn into threats
How Cyclomedia can help
Visualize encroaching vegetation and assets remotely
Reduce ground (manual) inspection time up to 40%
Reduce operational expenses of tree cutting crews
There is simply no comparison to speed, quality, scale and ease of integration into the Cyclomedia solution...and we’ve tried lots of other products”
- Senior Manager Tier 1 Utility
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