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Keep Things Flowing: Aerial Photography of Your Utility Assets

Water, electricity, waste, and environmental services use high resolution aerial photo maps to track infrastructure, deploy crews efficiently, and respond quickly to service interruptions.

30 June 2020 | Newcastle, NSW

Q: How Many Service Managers Does it Take to Monitor an Entire Utility Network?

A: One. View a single service area or an entire region from your laptop, tablet, or phone in just a few minutes. Because our imagery is updated regularly, you know you’re looking at a reliable version of what’s really on the ground — much more current than even the latest satellite map. Plan maintenance activity and remain agile when issues arise, with the right tools to mitigate utility risk. 

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Keep Ground Assets Firmly in Your Sights

Track large utility inventories with the ability to remotely scan and measure hundreds of kilometers of water mains or electricity lines from your desk.

Use historical imagery to monitor vegetation growth and understand potential risk to power lines or other vulnerable infrastructure.

Utilities industry aerial image remote dam Blue Mountains State Mine Gully, New South Wales
22 January 2020 | State Mine Gully, NSW

NIP Environmental Problems in the bud

Monitor vegetation health to understand the need for on-site contamination investigation and testing.

Inspect imagery from multiple dates to spot illegal dumping by detecting changes in terrain and elevation.

Utilities aerial regional water treatment plant in Bangholme, Victoria
28 April 2020 | Bangholme, VIC

Ground plans in reliable geospatial Data

Determine demand for new infrastructure by tracking urban development and overlaying demographic and cadastral data. 

Map the location of required infrastructure, including water mains and sewage pipelines, without making multiple site visits or intruding on customers’ time and property.

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03 May 2020 | Caversham, WA


Quickly resolve customer disputes by reviewing imagery for clues about water usage (such as unusually green lawns in times of drought) or by reviewing historical imagery to identify exactly when damage to a property occurred.

Instantly visualise service outages or other issues by overlaying data on current, measurable imagery.

Utilities airport industry aerial imagery of construction at Badgerys Creek, New South Wales
08 June 2020 | Badgerys Creek, NSW


Accurately plan routes and shuffle vehicle assignments for duty cycle and dynamic factors like downtime or preventative maintenance. 

Efficiently deploy crews during critical events by providing them with exact geocoordinates and current information about site access and obstructions, along with mobile access to Nearmap in the field. 

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