Operations for the Water Industry
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PDAM Banjarmasin Implements Water Utility GIS for Facility Management
Perusahaan Daerah Air Minum supplies drinking water to Banjarmasin, Indonesia. It uses Hexagon Safety, Infrastructure & Geospatial’s G/Technology to analyze and maintain its asset data model based on the daily maintenance operations within the organization.
We help water utilities improve asset condition, reliability, and safety by enabling them to maintain more current, consistent, and up-to-date assets records and widely apply the data to enhance operational and planning decisions.
Our streamlined tools for field operations improve the efficiency of field inspection and maintenance tasks, and also significantly reduce errors and latency in enterprise records, providing a more capable and reliable resource for analysis. Our customers employ a range of spatial analysis techniques to prioritize and direct operations and investments. Our web mapping automates plant protection, reducing the overheads of supporting check-before-you-dig requests and the chance of accidents and asset damage.
We have designed flexibility and interoperability into our mobile solutions, offering a range of client technologies enabling water utilities to deploysolutions that match the needs of different use cases and user groups. They include tablet and smartphone apps, web browsers, and laptop clients and the provision of web services, APIs, and functional components for integration with third-party products. This flexibility enables organizations to deploy solutions to meet their operational needs, as well as the skills and expectations of their staff.
These include simple map production of the network with each section of pipe color-coded based on its condition, or advanced capabilities, such as applying hotspot analysis to identify clusters in leakage data or incidents of flooding from sewers. Analysis can also beforward-looking, such as actively looking for conditions that present elevated levels of risk. For example, using spatial overlays to find where cast iron pipes have been laid in acidic soils, or where assets such as pumping stations or treatment plants are at risk from flooding.The techniques provide valuable insight that can inform decisions and actions – from prioritizing inspections to directing investment in renewals to improve asset performance.