The PoleOS™ Company

With creator Malcolm Young. An ikeGPS webinar.

Introducing IKE PoleForeman

On-Demand Webinar

IKE PoleForeman has arrived…

The industry’s benchmark structural analysis software has evolved and is poised to continue being the go-to tool for organizations tasked with maintaining the integrity of the grid’s physical infrastructure.

In this webinar, PoleForeman creator and IKE’s Senior VP of Structural Analysis, Malcolm Young, will give an overview of IKE PoleForeman and discuss its key new features. Malcolm will also show the software in action and answer questions from the audience.

Topics to be covered include:

  • A brief history of IKE PoleForeman
  • A tour of the software’s familiar and easy-to-use interface
  • How IKE PoleForeman helps users comply with the 2023 NESC
  • Getting the most IKE PoleForeman’s vast database

Malcolm Young, P.E. - SVP Structural Analysis, ikeGPS

Malcolm is a licensed professional engineer and creator of the PoleForeman structural analysis engineering software. He has 30 years of experience in the electric utility industry which includes working as a power delivery distribution design engineer, line crew supervisor, and standards engineer for Alabama Power.

Glenn Milnes - CEO, ikeGPS

IKE’s CEO and Managing Director leads the company’s overall strategy, performance, and growth efforts. Mr. Milnes joined IKE in 2013, following more than a decade of leadership roles at organizations including International Communications Group, Cable & Wireless International, London, where he oversaw a group of more than 30 fixed and wireless businesses and No. 8 Ventures.

Brett Willitt - SVP of Product, ikeGPS

Brett has more than 25 years of grid asset management experience and is widely considered one of the leading structural analysis and structure management experts in the US. He holds a BS in Civil Engineering from Clarkson University.

Grant Glaus - NESC Training Instructor, ikeGPS

Grant is a registered professional electrical engineer with 25 years of experience in electric utility engineering, including line design, planning studies, joint use, and teaching NESC®, OSHA, and distribution line design classes. He has served on NESC® Subcommittee 5, Overhead Lines – Strengths and Loadings since 2006.

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