Shape the future: Achieve a digital utility network
A new report from Leica Geosystems designed to help utilities organisations gain visibility of their assets is now available to download.
2nd April 2019 by Networks
With more and more assets joining or replacing existing infrastructure, the challenges are mounting in terms of being able to accurately map which assets exist and their precise location.
Utilities organisations can gain visibility of their assets by swapping paper-based workflows in the field to digital ones. Creating a digital map of utility networks can improve health and safety and adherence to best practice. In addition, a digitised approach can help increase productivity, give better customer service and help these companies achieve their regulatory commitments.
To find out more about achieving a digital utility network, and to download a copy of the report, click here.
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