The present and future of GIS in the water sector

The most innovative use cases

GIS applied to water management

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    Digital transformation has become the backbone of a society that demands sustainability in today’s volatile, uncertain environment.

    Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have proved to be one of the key assets in ensuring water supply and optimizing its management. These systems interconnect everything that happens around us and provide users with geographically located information. In addition, they analyze this data practically in real time. Therefore, GIS have become essential tools for water management.

    GIS in the water sector
    GIS systems: an essential tool

    This paper offers an insight into current GIS technology applications, some of the use cases in the water sector, and future trends. 

    GIS in the water sector

    What are GIS systems?

    GIS in the water sector

    General applications

    GIS in the water sector

    Use cases in the water sector

    GIS in the water sector

    How do GIS help utilities?

    GIS in the water sector

    The role of a GIS specialist

    GIS in the water sector

    Latest trends

    "Any geolocated data multiplies its original value by three, providing crucial information to guide real actions."
    “GIS systems have become an essential tool for understanding and planning the world”.
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