SMART UTILITIES & TELECOM
Marlin, Merkator’s Next Generation Geospatial Asset Management, is not just a new GIS product. It is a new way of thinking on how to organize the Spatial Asset Management workflows. It is the result of a great team that has served the Utility & Communication ‘s market for more than 20 years. Together with an innovative, strong launching customer we developed a brand new way of Geospatial Asset Management for the Telco industry and SmartGrid Operators from different types and size. Managing gas, electrical, water, pipeline, fiber, coax, cupper, district heating, sewage networks or all of them combined is not an easy challenge. We took the challenge. We listened first. We acted.
The solution will be available for commercial distribution in 2018 but sometimes serious things need time to prepare. So now is the perfect time to approach us and influence the future of Marlin. Marlin runs side by side with every leading GIS engine and we have the tools to inject any legacy GIS data into our solution.
mipOda, proven GIPOD Workflow Automation tool for Grid Operators. No need to distract your people from your internal GIS applications. Just be GIPOD compliant by injecting your own GIPOD data in the Government portal without using the Portal itselves. Faster, more effective and more synergy with other grid operators, that is our objective. That is our result.
Pipeline Health Checker Today, most pipe measurements are gathered in different reports and local files that are full of numbers and difficult to interpret. These measurements are generated from a wide variety of specialized applications and services: operational monitoring, automated inspection results (e.g. pigging), risk & safety calculations… More often than not, managers have no oversight or control panel that brings together these results. The Pipeline Health Checker Smart M.App gathers measurement information from different sources and maps them on your pipe network map. This information can then shared with the dispatching teams to identify new areas to monitor, with the maintenance teams to indicate where to intervene first, with the asset management department to evaluate budget and priorities for investment in new pipes or to evaluate best material over time…