Reliable water services come from having one go-to repository of data. GIS is no longer your single-function tool for locating pipes and facilities. It’s now a whole platform for understanding and optimizing water operations. Integrate information from sensors, meters, crews, pipes, and more, through the common language of location. Store this data in your GIS. Share interactive maps in the boardroom; push functional maps to field devices. When your data flows, so does your water.
Alan Lee, Capital Projects Manager, Opelika Utilities
Smart infrastructure management starts with the power of ArcGIS. To face management, financial, engineering, and other challenges, you must know what your physical assets are.
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Opelika Utilities identified hundreds of dead meters and enough water loss to merit a net gain of $25,000 per month in revenue.
Power and Water Corporation utilized the advanced location-based analytics in ArcGIS to conduct a meter audit far more efficiently and quickly than previous methods used.
Miami-Dade County Water and Sewer Department provides clean drinking water and wastewater disposal services to more than 2.6 million residents, businesses, and visitors. An EPA mandated consent decree required more timely information into their GIS. Find out how they improved production and saved $2 Million per year a COTS solution.
Opelika Utilities identified hundreds of nonoperational meters with Insights for ArcGIS resulting an extra $25,000 a month increase in revenue.
WHUD uses the ArcGIS Platform as their cornerstone to get all the information they need on a daily, monthly and yearly basis.
St. Johns County Utilities is a progressive utilities company that uses every component of ArcGIS from asset management to in the field operations. Specifically, their use of mobile technology allows them to be responsive and efficient, which benefits their customers and users.
Clayton County is using ArcGIS and Cityworks to transform paper based processes into automated workflows increasing data sharing, work efficiency, and customer service.
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