Houston, USA, September 25, 2007: GE Energy has released Smallworld Global Transmission Office 4.1, the latest version of a suite of natural gas and liquid applications with a comprehensive global data model for the management of the assets in a pipeline transmission network.
Typical applications for the new suite include global data model to capture pipeline asset information, high-consequence area analysis, cathodic protection manager, alignment sheet generator, auto stationing and linear referencing, dynamic segmentation viewer, pipeline anomaly viewer, profile generator, close interval survey viewer, integration to integrity management and network and hydraulic analysis tools, inventory reporter, pipe book exporter, critical angle identifier and survey point manager.
The suite of integrated applications allows transmission companies to leverage the GIS data to make better-informed decisions about their assets. It is the only solution provided by a vendor that also provides the base GIS technology, giving customers a one-stop solution for their needs.
Key benefits for the customer include:
“The Smallworld Global Transmission Office provides our pipeline customers with a standard ‘off the shelf’ product geared toward helping them operate and maintain their assets more efficiently, reduce costs and comply with regulatory requirements,” said Bob Gilligan, general manager of GE Energy’s transmission and distribution business. “We are excited about providing a GIS pipeline product that will upgrade from one revision to the next, enabling our customers to reduce their total ownership costs.”