Intelligent integration reduces design time by over 50%
Intuitively, it makes sense that integration of utility distribution design with other information systems like GIS, financials and materials management would be a smart thing to do. A recent presentation at the SBS Peer Utility Group gave us some proof to confirm our intuition.
Automated Utility Design™ and Substation Design Suite™ now provide support for Autodesk Vault as a data management repository.
October 10, 2017
San Diego, CA – Spatial Business Systems (SBS) announced at the Substation Consortium, held at San Diego Gas & Electric, that Automated Utility Design™ (AUD) and Substation Design Suite™ (SDS) now provide support for Autodesk Vault as an underlying data management repository. The integration is provided via SBS Utility DataHub™ (UDH), a product-level integration software suite for utility data and workflow integration.
Enhanced module for Utility DataHub™ adds several new features
Spatial Business Systems (SBS), SPIDA®Software (SPIDA) and Nashville Electric Service (NES) have recently completed a teaming effort to enhance the Automated Utility Design™ (AUD) SPIDA®Calc interface. By working collaboratively with NES, the existing interface has been enhanced to reduce complexity while adding several new features to improve the operational and technical viability.
Consolidating Physical and Electrical Substation Design into Single Environment
Several months ago, we announced our roadmap for the Substation Design Suite™ (SDS) software. Our goal is to lead the substation design market by enabling “Agile Collaboration for Substation Design and Engineering”. Within this goal, we have four major themes:
Taking a look at where utility distribution design is going
This past week SBS announced that we entered into a strategic relationship with Autodesk. As part of that agreement SBS will be responsible for future development, support and licensing of a successor to Autodesk’s AutoCAD® Utility Design (AUD) product. The product will have a slight re-branding, and will now be known as Automated Utility Design™ (AUD, once again).