Asset Mapping (GIS)

GIS – Geographical Information System

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Utility Service now offers a Geographic Information System (GIS) along with Global Positioning System (GPS) lets us visualize, capture, store, manipulate, question, analyze, interpret, and understand data to reveal relationships, patterns, and trends.

  • Data "layering"
    GIS Image
  • Date repository
  • Better Communication
  • Create water system maps

GIS VALUE

  • Cost savings and increased efficiency
  • Better and faster decision making
  • Improved communication
  • Better and permanent recordkeeping
  • Aids capitol planning
  • Improved confidence in utility management – all aspects
  • Meet regulatory reporting compliance
  • Work order management decisions
  • Create / validate hydraulic modeling
  • Water system maps
  • Analyze trends in discrepancies


GIS APPLICATIONS

Valve Program

  • Operator & Date
  • Valve Size
  • Valve Type
  • Function
  • Manufacturer
  • Valve ID
  • Depth to Operating Nut
  • Valve Position Upon Entry
  • Normal Position
  • Open Direction
  • No. of Turns
  • Cycles Worked (close / open)
  • Torque Chart (Optional)
  • Deficiencies

Hydrant Program

  • Operator & Date
  • Hydrant ID
  • Manufacturer
  • Hydrant Type
  • Condition (paint)
  • Operational
  • Missing equipment
  • Defective Equipment
  • Drain Operational (Dry hydrants)

 

 

 

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  • Brochure
  • White Papers / Case Studies
GIS Services Brochure (click on brochure to download pdf)

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White Papers / Case Studies
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