GIS (Geographic Information System) is a system used primarily to collect, store, analyze and visualize spatial information related to the Earth’s surface.

GIS systems are also used in the water and sewage industry. Water supply and sewage networks, as an element of urban agglomeration infrastructure, are subject to the principles of collecting and analyzing data typical of geoinformation systems. Each element of the network can be described by the adopted data model with geographic coordinates (location data) and attributes important from the point of view of design and operational activities (non-spatial data).

use of GIS in water supply systems and sewage systems:
  • Inventory of systems,
  • All information and data in one place
  • Easy and fast access to data and their exchange within a company
  • Removing failures easily,
  • Current and constant control of hydraulic and quality parameters
  • Archiving and graphic presentation of results
  • Possibility to create a simulation of systems for developmental and modernization needs
  • Better clients’ service

The projects for smaller systems are served in QGIS – the opensource software.

The projects for big systems and agglomerations are realised with cooperation with KartGIS – our partner in bigger projects.

We integrate GIS with a hydraulic model of system, SCADA and electronic customer service.