Intuitive, interactive GIS maps and spatial analysis give natural gas utilities the power to make data-driven decisions.
Use the best, most current data to ensure that infrastructure is in the right place, safe, and in compliance.
In the field and office, GIS has become indispensable for planning and operations at Fort Hill Natural Gas Authority.
Staff use advanced mapping and analytics to accurately identify asset locations and conditions and to speed leak detection, maintenance, and construction.
Clearly see the conditions of assets and the entire network to plan smarter.
Gather field data, identify vulnerabilities, and ensure safe distances from infrastructure.
Map assets and demand to keep gas flowing efficiently.
During emergencies, capture new data and share it in real time for faster response.
Summarize information for annual gas gathering system reports and publish it as a service, map, or app.
Identify parcels without gas meters that are near existing mains. Publish results and share them with marketing and sales departments.
View compliance details at various geographic scales. Calculations include compliance summaries by service area, district, or subdistrict level.
July 10–14, 2017 | San Diego, California, USA
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September 5–8, 2017 | Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Leak Survey Tools Make Compliance Manager and Crews More Efficient
Field Crews Work Faster and More Accurately with Mobile GIS
Accurate Meter Location and Condition Data Saves Staff Time and Enhances Service
Location Strategy Saves Utilities Time and Money
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