GIS in water utilities

Data-driven decision making

Living Water Smart leak detection and maintenance

Living Water Smart leak detection and maintenance

GIS mobility applications allow NT Power and Water to detect leaks and manage repairs, saving over a billion litres of water a year, cutting costs for the organisation and its customers.

Mobile mapping saving billions of litres of water
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Mobile mapping saving billions of litres of water

Find out how Power and Water Corporation use mobile mapping technology to identify leaks, monitor maintenance and cut costs by streamlining processes and saving water.

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One platform for water

One platform for water

The Esri ArcGIS platform provides water utilities with a single-point-of-truth for all geospatial information.

The platform enables staff to use and share spatial data – generating information and insights capable of radically transforming workflows and maximising efficiencies.

From generation to distribution, the Esri platform provides instant mapping, reporting and analytics capabilities for all teams, functions and disciplines.

Users from the field to the office can access a range of relevant, ready-to-use map data layers such as scalable network modelling, outages, disaster vulnerability, real-time field updates, maintenance scheduling  and more – all on a central platform at any time through any device.

 
Central hub for Sydney Water shared works
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Central hub for Sydney Water shared works

Australia’s largest water and wastewater service provider Sydney Water identified the need to take a new approach to planned works, using unprecedented technology.

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Combatting water loss saves time and money
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Combatting water loss saves time and money

See how GIS has optimised White House Utility District’s engineering, operations and customer service with visibility across the network.

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Queensland’s new hub of water utility innovation
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Queensland’s new hub of water utility innovation

Queensland Urban Utilities has taken its spatial capabilities to the next level with development of the award-winning portal, Q-Hub.

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