Keeping an overview of all of your underground networks
Grid managers have to keep track of an enormous number of underground cables and pipes, which can be a cause for concern at times. After all, how can you protect excavation damage? The Exchange of Information on Underground Networks Act (WION) ensures that excavators are better informed as to what they might find underground. In 2016, CROW500, a new excavation guideline, came into force, stipulating that not only the grid manager, but also the excavators and clients are responsible for the prevention of excavation damage. The Klic oversight application helps all parties comply with guidelines.