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October 17th, 2011
New Spatially Enabled Asset Management Solution for NT Utility Provider

Northern Territory utility Power and Water Corporation has today provided a demonstration of their new asset management system, at Australasia’s leading spatial conference, Ozri 2011.   Underpinned by world-leading Geographic Information System (GIS) technology from Esri Australia and business intelligence software from IBM, Power and Water Corporation’s new asset management system will be rolled out in the first half of 2012 and will help the business in its delivery of power, water and sewage services to 80,000 customers across 1.3 million square kilometres in the Top End. The system is part of Power and Water’s Asset Management Capability (AMC) Project, a four-year campaign to improve asset management practices across the Corporation. Power and Water AMC Program Director Sharon McAnelly said the GIS technology would enable the company to plot all assets and works projects onto one central mapping system. Read More