UK, October 2, 2014:1Spatial, the spatial big data company, has announced that it has joined the Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN) that promotes development of smart water technologies.
Accurate Geospatial data is critical to water utilities globally. Real-time telemetry and instrumentation data add another dimension to the way networks are operated and managed.
SWAN's mission is to connect a global network of professionals engaged with Smart Water Network approaches. It fosters the the use of data-driven technologies in water networks, making them smarter, more sustainable and efficient.
1Spatial has developed tools to map complex networks of linear and point assets, to monitor and maintain those assets and
to understand and trust exactly what is happening where, at any point in time.
Marcus Hanke, Chief Executive of 1Spatial said, “1Spatial is a world leader in spatial big data and has over 45 years’ experience in helping utility organisations use innovative technology to solve their challenges. Joining SWAN enables us to collaborate with other world experts who are interested in ‘smart solutions’ to take the water industry forward in the digital age”.
Amir Peleg, Chairman of SWAN said “We are delighted that 1Spatial is adding its voice and deep geospatial data expertise to the SWAN Forum.