Mains and Easement Management System (MEMS)

TransGrid is the owner, operator, and manager of the NSW electricity transmission. we-do-IT was selected to implement a Field to office solution for use by transmission line maintenance staff.

we-do-IT designed, constructed, and delivered a full offline field solution, which provided field staff with a comprehensive two way interface with the asset management system (Mincom Ellipse) and the GIS (GE Smallworld)

Smallworld v4.2 Upgrade

Ausgrid is Australia’s largest energy corporation supplying electricity to over 1.3 million customers in Sydney, Newcastle and areas of rural NSW.

we-do-IT upgraded the existing Smallworld v3.3 to v4.2, replaced SQL with a custom adapted GSS solution, and deployed SIAS 4.2 and Thematic Mapping. It is largest and most complex upgrade performed in Australia to date, involving the rationalisation, re-development, and cleaning of code from over 10 years of customisation

adjust.IT Conflation Project

FortisBC is the largest investor-owned distribution utility in Canada, serving over 2 million gas and electric customers in 130 communities and 150 Indian reservations across British Columbia. FortisBC used we-do-IT’s adjust.IT software/process to conflate (align) the gas network assets to the new Integrated Cadastral Information Society land base.

The entire conflation project was completed without freezing the FortisBC GIS and allowed the company to adopt a new land base, realign assets to the new land base and increase the accuracy and efficiency of One Call (Dial Before You Dig) responses

adjust.IT Conflation Project

MainPower are a community-owned electricity distributor in the North Canterbury Kaikoura region of New Zealand. Their area covers more than 12,000 square kilometers with approximately 38,000 supply points and more than 5,000km of overhead lines and underground cables.

MainPower selected LatLonGO® to provide a common platform for mobile users to view enterprise spatial and attribute data using HERE Maps as a base and GE Smallworld GIS data as the overlay.

Streetlight Fault Reporting

PepperStack Global and we-do-IT have been working with Essential Energy on their Streetlight Fault Reporting system since April 2017. With over 150,000 streetlights serving councils across New South Wales within the Essential Energy network area, the reporting of broken or faulty streetlights helps to create and maintain a street lighting system that is reliable, energy efficient and safer for the community.