The Storm Vulnerability Assessment solution is used to assess the impact of major storms on the electric distribution network and where to reinforce the electric network to minimize that impact. These electric network vulnerabilities are calculated using risk factors like outage history, open maintenance tickets, and tree trimming schedule.
This solution provides a sample geodatabase and geoprocessing model to identify vulnerable sections along the electric distribution network. After reviewing the model, you can configure it for your utility data and any additional vulnerability factors. The result can then be shared with the planning and operations departments to help improve reliability and prioritize capital improvement projects.
Storm Vulnerability Assessment requires specific technical experience and software.
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When you download the Storm Vulnerability Assessment, you'll find the following in the zip file:
|Maps and GDBs||StormVulnerabilityAssessment.mxd||A map document used to run the Storm Vulnerability Assessment geoprocessing model.|
|PublishStormVulnerabilitySummary.mxd||A map document used to publish the Storm Vulnerability Assessment service.|
|StormVulnerabilitySample.gdb||A sample geodatabase with the storm vulnerability assessment schema with sample electric network and vulnerabilities data.|
|Workspace.gdb||A sample geodatabase with temporary files generated during the assessment. These files can be used when configuring vulnerability factors and weighting for your utility.|
|HighVulnerabilitySummary.lyr||A layer defining the symbology for the geoprocessing model output.|
|Icons||A folder containing icons for the services, maps, and apps.|
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