Water

Save water. Save time. Save money. Intelligent water management begins with GIS.

Ensuring the accuracy and completeness of asset data

Severn Trent Water is systematically improving the quality of its asset data using a mobile GIS solution from Esri UK. With more complete and accurate records, it can deliver better customer services, optimise its business performance and operate more efficiently.

Intelligent water systems start here

Location influences all aspects of managing water – from protecting a sustainable water supply to delivering safe drinking water. Advanced mapping and spatial analytics reveal relationships and patterns, answer complex questions and help users make informed decisions in both the office and the field.

Analytics

Discover relationships in your data, such as areas of high risk due to pollutants or aging infrastructure. Detect problems before they can occur.

Workflows

Standardise and improve daily processes between the office and the field. Share accurate information with anyone, anywhere, anytime.

Collaboration and engagement

Share detailed maps and reports with internal and external stakeholders, enabling agile decision making, based on real-time data insights.

Empower your entire organisation.

From supply to demand, Esri’s ArcGIS software helps utilities manage the complete water cycle.

Water Utilities

The key to an intelligent water system is having one go-to repository for all data. Intelligent water management begins with GIS. ArcGIS software goes beyond locating pipes and facilities. Use it to manage an asset registry, analyse system performance, optimise work and easily collaborate.

Achieving excellence in customer communications

With 2.7 million customers across the south west of England, Wessex Water is constantly striving to enhance the effectiveness and value of its external communications. The organisation has recently leveraged Esri’s ArcGIS technology not only to diversify its communications channels, but also to significantly improve the quality and timeliness of the information it shares.

Open Water

Geography means everything to achieving an effective open water retail strategy. Margins are slim, so every opportunity to improve decision making or achieve greater insight should be exploited. Over 80% of business information systems contain a geospatial component, but few suppliers emerging in this new market are leveraging this data. GIS will allow you to harness the power of this data today

Integrated Enterprise GIS Solutions

You face many challenges, and Esri is here to help you modernise your water utility with solutions configured to meet the needs of your key business units and their workflows.

Analytics

Discover relationships in your data, such as areas of high risk due to pollutants or aging infrastructure. Detect problems before they can occur.

Workflows

Standardise and improve daily processes between the office and the field. Share accurate information with anyone, anywhere, anytime.

Collaboration and engagement

Share detailed maps and reports with internal and external stakeholders, enabling agile decision making, based on real-time data insights.

Water Resources

Ensuring access to a clean, reliable water source is critical. Use ArcGIS software to understand impacts to the natural system, and preserve water quantity and quality. Strong mapping and analytics combined with easy-to-use apps allows you to see how today’s actions affect tomorrow’s water system.

A mission-critical approach to water

Standardise and improve daily processes between the office and the field. Share accurate information with anyone, anywhere, anytime.

Quantify

To make better-informed decisions, calculate accurate information about the water you have and the water you need.

Model

Predict how extreme weather events and population growth will affect operations.

Monitor

Track the movement of water in real time to empower people to make smarter choices

Collaborate

Share information using any device, anywhere, anytime