GIS enables smart water management for Municipalities by



1. Planning, designing and modeling of water pipeline network

2. Asset management integration
a. Keep up to date, versioned database of assets
b. Find assets easily for servicing
c. Dispatch systems (send the nearest engineer)
d. Integrate with Job Tracking

3. Planning
a. Plan future investment in areas that most need them
b. Improve network efficiency in the right areas
c. Plan the growth of your network with geographic evidence

safety and monitoring

Safety and Monitoring

1. Back Flow Inspection: Identify properties to be inspected, identify challenges and analyze missing valves issues and respond to the same, provide reports on properties surveyed and missing valves
2 Fault Reporting : Smartphone applications with GIS enabled reporting capability allow citizens to quickly pinpoint issues also enables Real-time visibility at command centre.
3 Emergency Response : Respond to alerts through a map-based interface
Identify affected customers through geometric ‘tracing’
Communicate with them before the incident gets out of hand
Identify nearest service crew for fast response


1. Real Time Dashboard : Real-time reporting and monitoring
Interactive Apps
Links to other systems
2. Predictive Modelling : Use historic data to model future outcomes
Understand patterns in both time and space
3 Real Time Operational Intelligence : Decrease response times through mobile interface displayed on desktop and/or smart device of your choice. Optimize staff resources making them proactive vs. reactive while reducing costs, Ensure greater regulatory compliance due to fast intelligent information dissemination anytime anywhere


GIS plays a vital role in Electricity Generation and Distribution ensuring proper planning, reducing operational losses and minimizing distribution losses

power generation

Power Generation and Transmission

1. Site Selection
GIS is used to study Geological lithologies, Water drainage patterns, Sub – Surface structures and Surface structures to decide on selecting the site for power generation
2. Plant Licensing
Integrate data from various sources like government records, ecological, engineering, socio-economic factors and cultural for license approval, Analyse data and display changes over time to
3 Network Solutions
GIS allows to plan network transmission line, reduce costs, Find optimum path, Profile analysis, Design tower and wires network and support the surveying process



1. Power Market
Find emerging markets, Create reports for stakeholders, Citizen engagement, Segment customer on the basis of location

2. Asset Management
Manage electric generation and transmission structures, devices and network Visualize and understand facilities

3. Land Management
Manage land records and database Land management duties Mapping