Story excerpt provided by Columbus Business First.
Written by Carrie Ghose.
A Columbus company seeking to help utilities prevent blackouts by targeting preventative maintenance is planning to roll out a new product customers have asked for under its share of an Ohio Third Frontier grant to the University of Akron.
Exacter Inc. has grown revenue by more than one-third over last year as it adds utility clients across the country and overseas for a system that remotely detects fluctuations in radio frequency that indicates troubles with insulators and transformers along power lines without slow, arduous physical inspections. Annual surveys of client power grids are conducted via car or helicopter.
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Originally published October 24, 2014.