Project Update: MGISS Elevates Support for Utilities Sector with Satellite-Enabled Solution

MGISS | 13 March 2024


Our team is thrilled to unveil more surrounding our initiative poised to revolutionise support for the utilities sector. We are spearheading the adoption of a cutting-edge satellite-enabled solution, marking a significant leap forward in advancing operational efficiency and sustainability within the industry.

With real-time monitoring capabilities at their disposal, utility companies can swiftly detect anomalies, assess asset condition, and respond effectively to emerging issues, thereby minimising downtime and ensuring seamless service delivery. This proactive approach not only enhances operational efficiency but also elevates customer satisfaction by delivering reliable and resilient utility services.

The adoption of satellite-enabled technology also presents numerous environmental benefits, enabling companies to optimise resource utilisation and mitigate environmental risks. Monitoring factors such as vegetation encroachment and water levels, we can contribute to sustainability efforts and reduce our carbon footprint.

“MGISS has successfully pivoted from being a consultancy firm to a software business and has achieved impressive growth in recent years. The company addresses a key concern for utility providers, and we’re pleased to be able to support the development of this new solution, which we believe will have a huge global market.” Robert Hornby at Mercia Asset Management Ltd. expresses his support for the MGISS team.

Pictured: Robert Hornby of Mercia Asset Management, and Michael Darracott, Managing Director of MGISS

The implications of this solution extend beyond the utilities sector, impacting various industries that rely on geospatial information. From urban planning and infrastructure development to agriculture and natural resource management, the potential applications are vast and far-reaching.

This move underscores the industry’s commitment to innovation and progress, paving the way for a more connected, efficient, and sustainable future, with major stakeholders eager to witness the positive impact it will have.

For more details on this development, read the full article by BDC Magazine here and stay tuned for further updates on the transformative impact of satellite-enabled technology in the utilities sector and beyond!

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