Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Planit helps utilities visualize maps and data


When the sewer line from my house broke a few years ago, the repair job look longer and cost more than it should have for one simple reason: nobody knew exactly where the underground pipes were located.

That’s one of the problems Planit seeks to solve. The New Zealand-based company has developed cloud-based software that helps utilities translate their maps and technical data into a powerful and useful visual display. Plant can be a stand-alone platform or it can be integrated into existing systems.

Utilities can upload data and add unique identifiers and custom icons to geographical maps of their service areas. The platform also works in the field where workers have access to the displays plus historical data and other background information right at a job site.

Interested parties can sign up for access to the Planit platform at the Planit website. Also, the company will exhibit at The Next Web conference in New York in November. Keep in touch @planithq on Twitter.


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