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Florida Keys Electric Cooperative Association (FKEC), a longtime user of Milsoft's Engineering Analysis (EA), Outage Management System (OMS) and IVR Communications solutions, is completing its Milsoft E&O System with the addition of Milsoft Geographic Information System (GIS) and Milsoft Field Engineering (FE).

Milsoft says its GIS is used for electric utility mapping and asset data management and can create and maintain a detailed electric network circuit model. Milsoft FE, meanwhile, enables collection and utilization of data from field design of system additions and improvements. Together, the company says these applications provide data capture, management and display capabilities.

“The full integration of the GIS and Field Engineering with our EA and OMS is going [to] be invaluable for our engineering and operations,” says FKEC System Engineer and GIS Supervisor Peter Amendola. “We are looking forward to the operations data management capabilities of the full E&O System.”




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