Using GIS, utilities perform inventories and model vegetation types and growth patterns within rights-of-way. With spatial models and accurate records within the geodatabase, you can communicate with contractors and inspectors.
Because GIS allows multiple layers of data to be viewed simultaneously, you can make well-informed decisions about tree-trimming cycles and maintenance in politically or environmentally sensitive areas.
Small Utility Enterprise License Agreement
The Small Utility ELA program offers real value and ROI to small utilities by providing unlimited deployments of GIS software.
These stories show how electric utilities use GIS for vegetation management.
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