Monday, February 18, 2013
GE integrates Google Maps into GE’s Smallworld Applications
and Google recently announced a new agreement that will integrate Google Maps data into GE's Smallworld electrical, telecom and gas applications. Both companies think that this will help utilities that use GE's Smallworld apps increase productivity based on the ability to visualize and analyze their data. The app aims to create solutions for companies with complex network asset-management problems.
According to GE, using Google Maps data will enhance the ability of utilities to visualize data on a map and quickly provide customers with information, such as giving an idea on when power will be restored after an outage. For field operators, GE will tap Google's Android platform to augment its existing portfolio of mobile products, providing better contextual information to users in the field.
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