Global positioning system, Electrical Engineering

Global Positioning System:

For power utilities, the basic objective of using Global Positioning System (GPS) and GIS should be to:

  • enhance the efficiency of transmission/distribution system in terms of quality of power;
  • increase revenue earning;
  • decrease T&D losses (both technical and commercial) as well as outages; and
  • combine the functions of independent offices into the mainstream operational hierarchy with the help of organisation-wide networking.


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