Utilities industry is strongly tied to the geographical components, as more than 80% of their data is in some way related to geographic location.

GMS-GIS enables mapping, recording, analysing, understanding, optimisation, integration, visualisation and development of different sections in the utilities industry.



The use of GMS-GIS in utilities:

ELECTRIC utilities

  • Control, follow, plan and manage the work processes
  • Prevent power theft
  • Enable improved distribution of power supply
  • Provide the necessary, updated and accurate data about electricity networks and customers


  • Map of all the assets and infrastructure
  • Monitor the system operation and based on this analyse its efficiency
  • Complete map and data of all the water samples
  • Find the water/sewer leaks and inform the maintenance crew to fix them


  • Reduce the gas leaks and organize their repair
  • Provide spatial (pipelines, tank terminals…) and non-spatial (materials, installations…) information
  • Get information about safety and stability of the used or potential terrain
  • Automate working processes and improve business operations


  • Reduce the transport costs and time/optimize the transport processes
  • Minimize the harmful impact of solid wastes on the environment
  • Control the landfill activities and search for the new potential landfills
  • Optimize the bin locations based on the households, public buildings and waste collectors

oil pipelines

  • Route your pipelines in most environmental and cost efficient way
  • Perform regular monitoring of pipeline sections
  • Easily and holistically communicate  between spatially separated sections
  • Improve the health and safety of your employees

The heat map can be used to visualize the density of different events, such as outages, defects, repairs, etc.


With spider diagrams one can easily see how to assign work orders and service areas in the most efficient manner.


Buffering allows TSO’s to analyze which objects (vegetation or man made) are within the designated buffer zone.


Area of influence analysis can be a great tool for simulating ideal allocation of maintenance crews.


With GMS-GIS it is possible to perform attribute data analysis and visualize them with a variety of graphic tools.


The time and distance calculator helps navigating teams on the field.




With image editor it is possible to take, edit and upload pictures within GMS-GIS itself.


Integrating GIS with other client IS reveals its full potential – we are able to perform integration with individual systems or via data bus.