Georgia Power Wansley Station Selects ATI’s Aware™ Scrubber Module for managing scrubber knowledge
SAN JOSE, CA - 10/27/2009 -
Automation Technology, Inc. (ATI), a supplier of Equipment Knowledge Retention Solutions for the energy industry, is pleased to announce that Georgia Power’s Wansley station has selected ATI’s Aware™ Scrubber Module for managing the knowledge acquired during inspections.
This is a first implementation of the Aware Scrubber Module using the streamlined streamlined approach ATI has developed for documenting inspections. Inspections performed during routine outages will be documented in the system, which will then automate the report creation process. The knowledge acquired during the inspections will then be readily available and utilized to plan subsequent maintenance and outages.
About Georgia Power
Georgia Power is the largest subsidiary of Southern Company, one of the nation’s largest generators of electricity. The company is an investor-owned, tax-paying utility, serving customers in 57,000 of the state’s 59,000 square miles. Georgia Power’s rates are below the national average and its 2 million customers are in all but six of Georgia’s 159 counties.
About Automation Technology Inc.
ATI is a leading provider of Collaborative Asset Management solutions for high value equipment. ATI's products help capture failure, inspection and repair knowledge and retain it for these assets throughout its life cycle. ATI’s product have been applied to various types of assets including, boilers, HRSGs, high energy piping lines, steam turbines, pulverizer mills, high voltage underground cables, and transformer equipment.
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