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AI-based Utility Asset Management for Gas Distribution

By Kishore Sagar, Published on: 29th March 2024

Utilities have a constant endeavor to integrate the transformative technologies within their asset management processes to maintain a fine balance between operational costs and customer satisfaction, safety, and, most importantly, environmental sustainability.  By leveraging breakthrough technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, and data analytics, they can […]


Leaders Speak – Frank Roberts talks about the necessity of Upgrading to ArcMap 10.8.1 and Strategizing your Transition from GN to UN

By Frank Roberts, Published on: 27th February 2024

1. What are some of the recent major challenges faced by utilities, and how are they adapting to newer technologies to cope with them? Utilities are facing several major challenges, including aging infrastructure, climate change, cybersecurity threats, customer expectations, regulatory compliance, and workforce management. To address these challenges, the utilities […]


The Role of Oasis in NatCat Modeling: Enhancing Resilience through Multi-model Advanced Risk Assessment

By Amrita Sodhi, Published on: 5th February 2024

Global Insurance Industry Scenario With the ever-increasing frequency and severity of natural disasters, Insurers recognize the need to obtain precise information to effectively evaluate and manage potential risks. The increasing sense of urgency has emphasized the requirement for sophisticated, science-driven technological solutions to enhance risk assessment methodologies. It highlights the […]


Building a sustainable future: Zambia’s approach to Combat Climate Change Impacts

By Rajendra Bhuyian, Published on: 16th January 2024

Fossil fuels are the most significant contributor to global climate change, accounting for over 75% of global greenhouse gas emissions and approximately 90% of all carbon dioxide emissions. Attentiveness to the matter is critical, and definite measures need to be undertaken by every nation, regardless of their development status, to […]


Reflecting on the Fulfilling Journey of Giving

By Swati Kapur, Published on: 22nd December 2023

“Will you please tell Santa that instead of presents this year, I just want my family back.” – Home Alone Remember that Christmas in the famous movie ‘’Home Alone’’, when Kevin wished for his family to be back rather than getting presents from Santa? We all crave connection, belonging, and […]


Reclaiming the River: Why Floodplains Should Be Left Untouched

By Dipesh Saurabh, Published on: 18th December 2023

This monsoon in Delhi has witnessed a lot of unexpected chaos in the National Capital due to heavy rains and the release of water from upstream (i.e., Hathnikund Barrage), causing much suffering to Delhiites living near the Yamuna River banks. Some technical glitches in flood regulation gates (especially at the […]


Re-defining Utility Asset Management with Digital As Builting

By GMG Shankar & Kishor Sagar, Published on: 23rd November 2023

For over a century, gas pipeline organizations have been dedicated to enhancing their construction documentation methods. Traditionally, they utilized a process known as the “construction packet,” which was crucial for maintaining accurate as-built data essential for their ongoing Operations Maintenance activities and future planning endeavors. They needed precise information about […]


Understanding the Transformative Impact of AI-driven Data Cleansing on Natural Catastrophe Modeling

By Pushpendra Johari, Published on: 21st November 2023

Natural catastrophes, from hurricanes and earthquakes to floods and wildfires, have the potential to wreak havoc on communities and economies. As the frequency and intensity of these events continue to rise, accurate modeling becomes increasingly crucial for effective risk assessment and mitigation strategies. However, the reliability of natural catastrophe models […]


Boosting Underwriting Profits: How can insurers streamline ‘Quote to Bind’ time with automation of key processes

By Sahej Ghai, Published on: 26th October 2023

In the past year, most federal banks worldwide tightened their monetary policies, leading to a decreased capacity for insurers and a consequent preference towards underwriting less risky exposures. This led to many insurers dedicating more time to Risk Selection and Risk Pricing, focusing on low-hanging fruits and often skipping moderately […]