Mobile Technology Usage on the Rise

Fischbach, Amy
June 2014
Transmission & Distribution World;Jun2014, Vol. 66 Issue 6, Following p56b
Trade Publication
The article presents author's views regarding the opportunities offered by the mobile technology and tools field. She discusses several facts which includes role of mobile workforce management systems, advancements of cellular and wireless technology and concept of forward-thinking utilities as it provides safety on the job through constant communication.


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