GIS

Enterprise GIS Applications and Data Management Services

Simply implementing Enterprises GIS system will not serve real business needs. Each organization requires business specific data model and custom applications for maintaining up-to-date data, to perform business specific spatial analysis, integrating with other business systems, Mobile spatial data management and analysis and so on. To address this issue, we are offering following spatial application development services.
We are providing GIS services for developing the following solutions.

The need for utilities to manage a connected model representing their facilities and assets became a key driver for GIS implementations worldwide. Significant platform upgrades, like Esri's Utility Network, don't have to be just daunting milestones on your organization's technology roadmap. iSpatialTec's GIS and SME can help you navigate these technology changes and realize the maximum value of new technologies. Our business focused approach allows you to implement the latest in GIS technology while minimizing risks associated with change across the enterprise. One of the benefits of implementing Esri's Utility Network is the extensive set of tools and workflows it provides to efficiently create and update your operational data. We are gaining expertise in the utility market and the implementation of solutions or services using the ArcGIS Utility Network Management Extension.

Our portfolio of services includes:

Readiness assessment
Define strategic roadmap
Building the data model, migrating existing system to ESRI utility network
Engineering analysis tools (Network tracing for identifying failures and generating preventative maintenance)
Schematics Configuration for more detailed views of facilities, including substation details

 iSpatialTec dedicated team of domain and functional specialists are working with a city government client to help them take advantage of these capabilities. We are also configuring a service-based synchronization between the enterprise GIS and the client's outage management system to view common assets and work orders.