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Geographic information system or geographical information system (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present all types of spatial or geographical data.

Five Benefits of Integrating AMI and GIS

Five Benefits of Integrating AMI and GIS

Besides being critical for asset management and minimizing non-revenue water, the integration of GIS and AMI can be an overall “game changer” for operations for many utilities. “Neptune Technology Group introduced its GIS module in late 2014,” says John Sala, director of marketing. “As an AMI vendor, we use GIS-type information as part of

AMI + GIS = Multiple Benefits

AMI + GIS = Multiple Benefits

Under what circumstances does it make sense for water utilities to integrate GIS and Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI)? “Utilities have been integrating GIS with AMI and AMR [automatic meter reading] for years,” says Joe Ball, director of marketing, Water North America for Itron. “Many utilities used their AMI/AMR deployments as

Technology in Construction: The Three Gs of Digital Automation

Technology in Construction: The Three Gs of Digital Automation

Remember when moving earth meant lots of paperwork and still more legwork before you could even get to the site work? Well, the past is fading fast, and the industry is in a full-scale revolution, driven by the three Gs of automation and digital technology: GIS (geographic information systems), GPS

A Little Artificial Intelligence

Weighing, routing, asset management, logistics, and telematics technologies all have one thing in common: They allow MSW managers to make better decisions in utilizing the equipment and labor that’s available to them, ultimately making better use of financial resources.

This article will examine some insights into how MSW managers across the

Getting Graphic

Ever since the day when cave dwellers thought of mapping trails and watering holes, Geographical Information Systems (GIS) have served as the ultimate modeling tool of our shared ecology. Human progress could perhaps be neatly chronicled by a museum exhibit of mapping innovations through the ages. It could show the

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