Routing and Engineering
A GIS integrates satellite information with other datasets, such as political and socioeconomic information, to build feasibility models for the geographic areas involved in pipeline construction. GIS has replaced the traditional, nondynamic, manual overlay and analysis process with fast, simple risk assessment.
With GIS, an unlimited number of variations of the original route can be visualized and evaluated. Colorful, smart maps created with GIS technology and integrated with your data assist in making and communicating the final decision.
See how GIS is benefiting other companies like yours.
Take a look at related books and white papers.