The Czech Republic has contracted Nobel Systems to provide its enterprise GeoViewer utility and sewer management system to four of the country’s municipalities.
GeoViewer is a comprehensive SaaS platform that uses geographic information systems (GIS) and IoT enabling water utilities and treatment plants to manage assets and operations in real-time.
The Czech towns of Polkovice, Oplocany, Lobodice, and Uhřičic will use GeoViewer to monitor municipal sewer systems, including sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs), CCTVs (closed-circuit television), and routine maintenance.
It is Nobel Systems’ first project in the Czech Republic and the second in the European Union.
How Does Nobel’s Sewer Management Applications Work?
Nobel’s GeoViewer provides access to critical information, videos, and inspections in real-time, in both the office and the field using GIS and IoT.
Nobel’s sewer applications for infrastructure inspection and asset management bring inspection data and CCTV statistics to a GIS to help public utilities and municipalities manage vital infrastructure, streamline workflows, dispatch field crews, and view analytical information in real-time.
About the Czech Republic
The Czech Republic also called Czechia, is in central Europe. It comprises the historical provinces of Bohemia and Moravia along with the southern tip of Silesia, collectively often called the Czech Lands. In 2016, the country adopted the name “Czechia” as a shortened, informal name for the Czech Republic. Czechia is a region of hilly landscape that covers an area of 30,452 sq. mi (78,871 sq. km) and is home to approximately 10.7 million people.
About Nobel Systems
Nobel Systems is a state-of-the-art GIS provider and an industry leader in all aspects of geospatial services software engineering, system integration, and cloud spatial solutions (Saas).
With the growing demand for online content, cloud accessibility, and platform flexibility, Nobel uses high-level technology in applying various management systems to cope with the new normal and addressing the need for a digital operations approach using GIS asset information through a user-friendly smart-map interface. Learn more at Nobel-Systems.com