Intelligent water management begins with GIS and goes far beyond locating pipes and facilities. Use it to manage an asset registry, analyse system performance, optimise work, and collaborate between teams in the office and the field.
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.
See how Irish Water moved from 34 independent legacy GIS to one, ArcGIS. A shared spatial view of above and below-ground assets from the field to the office helps prioritise and expedite workflows.
Australia's geographic datum will be reset in 2020, shifting current location data by up to 1.8 metres. Keep your assets mapped accurately - start preparing now for GDA2020 data migration.
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.