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Smart Utility Systems (SUS) has introduced its SUS SmartLabs, a tool that the company says will allow utilities to test and prototype technology to fit to their data and analytics requirements.

According to SUS, utilities can use pre-built SUS use cases or create new ones with their own data and identify the technology and solutions most suited to their needs. The company says the product reviews a utility's specific data and/or analytics requirements and works with the utility to prototype scenarios that validate the requirements, as well as tools and solutions.

Utilities typically gain a set of end-result scenarios, which they can use to drive their data/analytics strategy further, SUS adds.


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