Airport Power Networks
Busiest US International Airport Suffers Major Power Outage
The FAA's Air Traffic Organization (ATO) reported handling an estimated 45,000 flights and 2.9 million passengers daily in 2021. Overlooking the warning signs of electric equipment malfunction or failure could lead to a power outage like the one on December 17, 2017, at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The event resulted in an 11-hour power outage, delayed and canceled flights, damage to the underground power delivery network, and $50 million of financial losses.
Identifying critical components and connection failures is vital for large airports to prevent lost revenue and power outages. Deploying a continuous monitoring plan allows organizations to avoid a potential crisis. Power Intelligence, LLC utilizes a combined approach with thermal cameras, sensors, and a 24/7 monitoring and alert software solution.
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