October 21, 2013 -- Power transmission utility owners and operators face significant challenges when it comes to managing their utility corridors. GeoDigital and Google have been collaborating for the past six months to integrate their 3D mapping technologies in order to better serve the clearance and risk management needs of transmission corridors throughout North America.
PCM – Precision Corridor Management provides simple, immediate access to 3D geospatial data anytime, anywhere. It enables actionable intelligence through a simple interface consistent with the ease of use of Google Earth. It supports both vegetation management and engineering clearance and “as-built” studies from a common data set. To learn more about PCM and the ongoing collaboration please attend our webinar on November 13, 2013 at 8:30 AM PST entitled, “ How GeoDigital Keeps Utility Corridors Safe With Google.”
You can register for this important event by visiting our website.
“The utility industry is under increasing pressure to do more with less,” commented GeoDigital’s President and CEO Alastair N. Jenkins. He continued, “The good news is that new technologies such as 3D LiDAR are making it possible for utilities to make highly informed decisions in a matter of days, from the office, after the data collection. Along with cost and time benefits, it lowers their overall risk. Add to this the power and familiarity of Google’s maps and we believe we have the most cost effective, accessible, enterprise scale solution for utility corridor management on the market.”
About GeoDigital International
GeoDigital International provides utilities and other distributed asset industries with industry leading, geospatial information management solutions. With one of the largest fleets of airborne/mobile LiDAR and digital imaging sensor systems in North America we collect and process data under the most challenging project schedules and conditions. Our custom designed, enterprise software products are then tailored to meet the specific business workflow needs of our customers, including the ability to support mobile workforces in real time. As these needs change GeoDigital continuously improves our services with the goal of delivering timely, mission critical geospatial information systems that increase efficiency and reduce risk. To better support our customers we have offices strategically located throughout Canada and the United States.
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