Improvements in design, modeling, visualization and collaboration tools are driving change in utility design.  From communication the intent of substation design early in the proposal stage to aggregating big data sources such as 2D and spatial data to aid in design tasks and collaboration, DLT has identified four design and engineering trends that are bringing new ways to increase efficiencies, reduce costs, and attract and retain talent.
  • BIM for Utilities – From Communicating Design Intent to Attracting Top Talent
  • Cloud-Based Design and Collaboration
  • Big Data – Getting More from GIS, Raster, Civil and CAD Data
  • Effective Data Management
Explore how new technologies and concepts are changing the way our changing utilities infrastructure is designed and managed.

Download the whitepaper here to learn more about the “Top Trends” transforming Utility Infrastructure design and management in-depth!