Asian Surveying & Mapping
Breaking News
Indian-origin astronaut Sunita Williams dances on arrival at space station on her 3rd trip
Indian-American astronaut Sunita Williams has created history once again....
ISRO all set for third reusable launch vehicle landing experiment
Taking its Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) programme one more...
SpaceX Starship and Boeing Starliner show way for Asia’s space race
TOKYO -- This week's successful launches of Boeing's Starliner...
IIT-Kanpur launches ‘UDAAN’ to boost drone startups in India
Kanpur: The Startup Incubation and Innovation Centre (SIIC) at...
South Korea creates new KASA space agency, sets sights on the moon and Mars
South Korea is aiming to expand its presence in...
AEye CEO Matt Fisch to Keynote at Auto Lidar Tech Conference in Suzhou, China
Event hosted by DVN and Enmore scheduled for June...
South Korea is gearing up to become space powerhouse
From Samsung’s smartphones to SK Hynix’s semiconductors, South Korean...
Indian space tech startup to launch six satellites in 2024 via ISRO and SpaceX rockets
Pixxel, a Bengaluru-based space tech startup, plans to launch...
China’s secretive spaceplane releases object into orbit
HELSINKI — China’s experimental reusable spacecraft has released an...
Japan to create flood projection maps for 4 Southeast Asian nations
Japan plans to create flood projection maps for Indonesia,...

November 20th, 2018
Schneider Electric Announces Partnership with RMSI

US: Schneider Electric, the industry leader in Geographic Information System (GIS) solutions for utilities and communication providers, has named RMSI North America, an IT services company providing geospatial and software solutions, an ArcFM Specialized Partner.

RMSI is a trusted leader in providing utilities and telecommunications companies with GIS solutions that cross the entire geospatial value chain. As an ArcFM Specialized Partner, RMSI’s data solutions and migration expertise will offer customers a great choice for their data needs as they prepare to implement Esri’s new Utility Network Management Extension. Customers will have a source for leveraging Schneider Electric’s powerful and intuitive ArcFM suite of solutions that streamline the design and construction workflow, enabling organizations to get work done more efficiently. The ArcFM suite includes spatial asset management, network planning and analysis, operational awareness, field mobility and seamless integration with key enterprise systems.

“GIS data is at the heart of an organization’s ability to work smarter and faster,” said Jay Stinson, general manager at Schneider Electric. “We are thrilled to partner with RMSI and offer our ArcFM solutions to help more companies realize immediate improvements in their work today while preparing for the digital transformation in the years ahead.”