The Board of Directors of the Pico Water District in Pico Rivera, Calif. unanimously approved an agreement with Nobel Systems Inc. to implement a state-of-the-art cloud hosted GIS system for the district.
Nobel Systems will provide both its GeoViewer™ Online and Mobile systems to the Pico Water District so staff can manage utility assets in real time via the Cloud.
Leveraging the latest smart-map and synchronization technology, Nobel’s GeoViewer™ is easy to use and is designed to streamline field workflow processes to help manage day-to-day operations.
GeoViewer’s™ advanced technology will allow Pico Water District’s field staff to view, analyze and collect data, online or offline without ever having to worry about impractical syncing procedures.
GeoViewer™ Mobile extends smart map technology beyond the office and provides staff with real-time data to make accurate decisions and collaborate in both office and field environments.
The district will also use Nobel Systems’ valve exercising and DigMark modules as part of the GeoViewer Mobile deliverable.
The DigMark module leverages cloud technology allowing field staff to view and/or work on USA DigAlert tickets directly from a mobile device. This eliminates the need for redundant data entry as well as paper, reducing the city’s carbon footprint on the environment. Field staff can share relevant photos and use a synchronization framework to facilitate effective work management.This eliminates the need for redundant data entry as well as paper, reducing the city’s carbon footprint on the environment. Click To Tweet
The Pico Water District provides service to 5,403 customers in a 2.87 square mile service area. Currently, the district provides water service to its customers through the use of six wells ranging in water production from 600 gallons per minute to 1800 gallons per minute, and one 1.25 million gallon reservoir.
The District pumps all of its water from the underground aquifer known as the Central Basin, which is an adjudicated water basin. The District meters and delivers water to residential, commercial, industrial and governmental entities.
The Pico Water District’s mission statement is to provide its service area with the highest quality and reliable supplies of water at the lowest possible rate; provide the best service
Nobel Systems has been delivering geospatial and innovative cloud solutions to municipalities and public utility districts for 20 years, by leveraging the latest smart-map and synchronization technology available.
Visit Nobel-Systems.com to learn more about the company’s line of GIS/IOT asset management services and devices.