Utilities today must use information effectively, and foster collaboration and development. Our solution leverage remotely sensed data and powerful analytics that take utility asset management to the next level. GIS is emerging as an important planning, implementation management and operations management tool for the utility industries such as Telecom, Transportation, Energy and several Urban utilities such as Water Supply, Waste Water and Health.
Energy supply security and sustainability are central prerequisites for stable societies and a robust economy. Our GIS solution for energy provides a solid foundation for achieving these goals, from data capture and management to planning and maintenance of trenches, cable, pipe and conduit networks, from supply and distribution stations through to the end user.
Natural resource management
The demands for better management of natural resources require management of spatial data and information. Our solution offer technologies that provide a platform through which natural resource managers can generate informative data and information that can be used to make sound decisions for sustainable development.
Sustainable agricultural production depends on the judicious use of natural resources (soil, water, livestock, plant genetic, fisheries, forest, climate, rainfall, and topography) in an acceptable technology management under the prevailing socio-economic infrastructure.
Technology plays an important role in the rapid economic growth and social transformation in developing countries. Our solution has ability to analyze and visualize agricultural environments and workflows which goes a long way in boosting the farmers production hence maximize on profits.
GIS is extensively used to plan, build, and operate telecommunication networks and associated services. The applications of GIS include activities such as planning transmission capacities, locating cellular telephone transmitters, recording customer complaints, and using geodemographic information to find new customers.
GIS is being used to determine the most suitable method of transmission (wireless or cable), plan network layouts, and target customers. Topography, population density, and predicted population trends are important considerations when considering transmission method, while detailed demographic information, including employment, affluence, and neighborhood characteristics, help telecommunications providers to assess the best potential areas for new customers.