Earnhart Hill Regional Water & Sewer System and Shady Grove Utility District Begin the Implementation of GIS using SDImaps software.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., June 1, 2010 – Earnhart Hill Regional Water and Sewer System, located in Circleville, Ohio and Shady Grove Utility District, located in Dandridge, Tennessee have purchased GIS software from Spatial Data Integrations, Inc (SDI) to begin implementation of a GIS program at their respective utilities. The software, SDImaps, is mapping software specifically designed for and tailored to the utility industry. SDI also provided training services and basemap data with the software.
SDImaps is specifically designed for the utility industry and is intended to give the power of GIS to users with all levels of computer experience. The software enables users to more efficiently manage infrastructure assets and create an accurate up-to-date system map without having to know GIS theory or database design/administration. SDImaps is an extension of ArcGIS software, a product of GIS industry leader, ESRI.
Earnhart Hill provides safe drinking water and wastewater services to more than 3300 customer connections within Pickaway and Fairfield Counties in Ohio. Shady Grove provides safe drinking water to approximately 7000 customers in Jefferson and Sevier Counties in Tennessee.
Founded in 1994, SDI is a full service ISO 9001:2000 compliant geospatial services firm that provides a wide variety of geospatial solutions, including database design and maintenance, systems and data integration, military intelligence and homeland security, emergency management and response and application development to government, utilities and the private sector. SDI has headquarters in Louisville, KY and satellite offices in Grayson, KY and Greenwood, IN. On the Web: www.sdimaps.com.