MGA: Proactive Vegetation Management

Megger Grid Analytics webinar series - episode 1
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Utilities spend hundreds and some billions of dollars a year on vegetation management programs, which in most part are still based on a three-year maintenance schedule. With the use of intelligent grid sensors, utilities can reduce these costs by up to 20%. These intelligent grid sensors can detect power line disturbances, or PLD’s indicating vegetation encroachment on overhead distribution lines. Join us to find out more about how you can move away from reactive maintenance and save millions of dollars per year by becoming proactive with your vegetation management program.

This is a free webinar

All webinar attendees are eligible to receive 1 PDH or 0.1 CEU. 


David Schlain

Business Development Director

David Schlain has been involved in predictive maintenance since his career started over thirty years ago. David has two degrees from Texas A&M University and received Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM2) certification. David got his career started as a reliability engineer at a chemical plant in Pasadena Texas. From there, David has been either applying reliability concepts or selling them in the form of advanced application software and appliances to the Energy industry ever since. Over the last seven years, David has been helping utilities save millions of dollars by applying predictive modeling concepts for utility distribution operators in North America. Now, David brings that wealth of information and experience to Megger Grid Analytics, a solution geared towards saving utilities millions of dollars with predictive modeling for overhead distribution lines.