Our IT solution that operates in the GIS environment is based on a MS SQL Server and OpenGIS standard.
We offer a Desktop and WEB GIS interface with more than 30 specialized modules, developed with the intention of meeting all of the needs of technical personnel in utility companies that manage their municipal infrastructure such as water supply or sewage system. The entire solution is our own software, hence there is no need to purchase any additional licenses of other GIS/CAD products.
Our software provides IT solutions to assist in the management of water supply systems, waste water systems, gas distribution, waste disposal, public lighting, green spaces, cemeteries, telecommunications distribution cables ...
There are more than 30 software modules that have been tailored specifically for utility companies, such as the Module for Water Loss Management in accordance with IWA methodology, Module for connecting GIS and the Billing IT system, Module for records and analyses of data from optical inspection of sewers (CCTV), Investment monitoring module, Testing of hydrants, Module for data export to software for hydraulic modelling.
We offer a complete and integrated software solution from a single supplier, based on GIS technology for all infrastructure managed by the utility company.
The advantage of such an integrated information system lies in the fact that there is no need for coordination between the suppliers of different software during maintenance of the system, and the elimination of all subsequent problems that appear when a particular change in the software module of one manufacturer necessitates reconfiguration of the software of all the others.
The number of site visits can be significantly reduced which leads to savings of money and time. The workers can be well prepared before going out in the field by first viewing data in the GIS system in order to determine the required material, machinery or working team. Similar benefits can be enjoyed for the process of issuing approvals with conditions (for service connections or project designs).
In the field of water loss management, such an integrated solution connects spatial data in the GIS with the SCADA system and measuring data (flow, pressure) and with billing data (consumers and their consumption) in order to monitor and analyse all available data and help reduce water losses.
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