Energy For Tomorrow Through Geography – On The GIS Pathway
- Jul 21, 2019 9:42 pm GMT
This item is part of the Special Issue - 2019-07 - GIS, click here for more
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have great potential to not only help with mapping and location needs in the energy business, they are uniquely placed to encompass energy exploration, operations, distribution and use analytically. Visually and spatially through time. This kind of integrated value does not exist in any other computational platform making GIS powerful and useful in the energy sector.
Many companies use GIS today. They provide map and organization capabilities for infrastructure and assets and many users are interested in using them to understand where customers are located or to assign maintenance tasks and management upon assets.
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