GSI Scout - Storm Damage Assessment
Respond quickly and efficiently to tropical storm and hurricane damage with in-field assessments, repair and outage detection and ticketing functions, and support software with GSI’s Scout. This innovative product allows you to track damage reports from first support ticket to repair orders, equipment needed, and final check-offs.
It’s more than just storm damage – routine blue sky inspections and damage reporting can also be consolidated into Scout’s robust dashboard interface, allowing your company to track maintenance and upkeep procedures.
Scout works in the office and in the field. It is compatible with desktops, laptops, tablets or handheld devices, including Windows, Windows Mobile, Android, and iOS.
Modern cloud-based architecture
- GSI Scout is hosted on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform
- Hosting on the cloud provides companies the flexibility to scale their database on a need-to-use basis
- During major storm events accommodate hundred to thousands of users in your system
- Scout is supported on Windows, iOS and Android platforms supporting a true bring your own device approach
Support both outside assessors and internal employees
- GSI Scout is simple and easy to use, making it ideal for use during large storm events when help from neighboring companies and assessors is necessary
- Software can be quickly installed and secure logins for outside contractors can be managed from our web portal
- Easily manage confidential maps and data through encrypted files
- GSI Scout provides companies with valuable analytics during and after storm events
- Using the dashboard tool, Scout users can assess questions frequently asked during outage events:
- How long will it take to restore power?
- What type of crews will be needed in the field?
- How many miles are assessed and how many still need to be assessed?
- Post-mortem storm reports can also be generated to evaluate the total impact of the event. These metrics can be incorporated in customer-specific defined restoration hours to help with predictive reporting in the next major event