How Snohomish County PUD Uses Intergraph G/Technology for Network Model Management

As Washington’s second largest publicly owned utility, Snohomish County Public Utility District (SnoPUD), serves over 348,000 electric customers and 20,000 water customers. SnoPUD engaged in a smart grid project partially sponsored by the U.S. federal government to deploy an Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS).

Needing to feed its ADMS with timely and accurate data, Snohomish County PUD implemented Intergraph G/Technology to create a single system of record for its entire network and provide information to all departments and systems across the enterprise.

Discover how SnoPUD uses Intergraph G/Technology’s database-centric architecture for network model management. Learn more about how SnoPUD merges its as-built network with its as-operated model to make daily corrective measures to its services.

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