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It’s usually a delight to enjoy steady electricity for the daily running of businesses and incorporating remote sensing for accurate transmission lines is a head start. The best efficient way we tackle this at Geoinfotech is to effectively monitor and maintain power lines to remotely regulate the voltage right at your load.

We do not only use remote sensing and GIS to create up-to-date databases but incorporate their usefulness for network analysis, facility management, energy audit, trouble call management, load management, theft detection, and so forth.

We notice over time that inspection is achieved smoothly by incorporating remote sensing for accurate transmission lines. Enabling, power holding companies take preemptive steps to safely and accurately identify fault points of a country’s critical infrastructure.

During power line surveys we offer power shift inspection purposes, usually different from the regular traditional maintenance to provide interesting alternatives.

Remote sensing: This technological advancement, makes room for measuring the physical properties of a geographical area with the absence of a human presence. Users are able to capture and interpret the electromagnetic radiation from the Earth’s surface using reflected or emitted energy collected by sensors mounted on satellites, aircraft, or drones.

The different sources of remote sensing data we make use of at Geoinfotech include:

  1. multispectral
  2. optical
  3. IR measurements
  4. satellite imagery
  5. synthetic-aperture radar (SAR)
  6. light detection and ranging (LiDAR).


The following attributes determine the quality of remote sensing data:

  1. spatial resolution
  2. sensor footprint
  3. sampling rate,
  4. dwell rate,
  5. the spectral resolution, and
  6. signal-to-noise (SIN) ratio.


The benefits of 3D Remote Sensing over Traditional Method for Power Transmission lines

  • High level of accuracy using mapping technique, particularly to extreme weather conditions
  • Time efficiency is assured and low-risk methodology
  • It is cheap to run in the long-run
  • Wide area scanning is carried out with consistent precision
  • Streamlines the planning activities for power lines inspection and expansion
  • It establishes safety norms that reduce the percentage of human accidents


How we put information into action

The initiatives provided by Geoinfotech make use of up-to-date base maps needed for proper planning and installation of large transmission towers. Helping them identify key characteristics of electricity infrastructure with the use of geospatial data. We provide geospatial data and analyses which shape the way power lines teams look at the electricity sector itself.

Improved decision-making is attained through geospatial data and analysis, which relates the power holding sectors to their environmental impacts and social benefits. Modeling also becomes easier and establishing an intelligent, sustainable decision on future power sector growth is achieved. Improving the availability and transparency of electricity flow maps is essential to solving the unlawful act of connecting to electricity without the permission of an electricity agency or company.

While all of these efforts are quite recent, we are already beginning to see them driving positive sustainable development.

We are available, connect us via mail: [email protected] or call +2349018724833/+2348163222177.

How GIS aided EEDC in mapping electricity network

How GIS aided EEDC in mapping electricity network

GIS is a fast branch that is gradually spreading across of all sectors and all nations. GIS has helped in times past with locating issues with connectivity and power outages, as well as identifying sources of energy loss. The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company employed the use of GIS in mapping electricity network in the South-West region of Nigeria.

The Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) recently mapped the entire electricity network in South-East using Geographic Information System (GIS) to improve its operations. The Manager of GIS in EEDC, Mr. Ache Anyalewechi, on Saturday spoke on activities by the EEDC to commemorate this year’s edition of GIS Day.

The GIS Day, observed every Nov. 14, is an annual event to celebrate the technology of Geographic Information System and its enormous benefits to modern development and science. He explained how the company was taking advantage of GIS technology to improve the reach of the network within its service areas.

Mr. Ache further clarified that “with the aid of GIS technology, we have efficiently mapped our entire electrical network system, updated our customer database and captured all electrical assets within our network with each part of the infrastructure registered on the map.

The project will also help in identification of existing customers and make adequate planning for potential customers and network expansion, improved power supply and quick response to faults; effective power distribution and monitoring through remote sensing; prompt identification of damaged and non-functional equipment for replacement, as well as improved customer service delivery.”



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