Every water department needs to understand where their assets are, how water, wastewater or stormwater flows through those assets, and who will be affected when those assets fail. GIS gives utilities the planning and operational insights they need to manage their asset registry, system performance, network connectivity, optimize work and easily collaborate.
Saving hundreds of thousands of dollars
To address aging infrastructure, leaks, and the potential for severe main breaks, White House Utility District in Tennessee provides wide access to GIS data and water-loss apps. Now staff can quickly isolate underground leaks, respond faster to main breaks, and prioritize capital improvement spending based on GIS data.