Atmospheric Corrosion

In any given community, there are thousands of gas meter setting installations that require inspection every three years in order to identify instances of atmospheric corrosion in accordance with DOT requirements.

The volume, record keeping requirements and labor-intensive nature of these inspections create both manpower and budgeting challenges for natural gas utilities. At GeoCurrent, we have developed purpose-built software tools to not only address the challenges associated with gas meters inspection, and to make the process more efficient and less-costly.

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Inefficient, redundant and inaccurate records from patrolling activity due in part to the inability to update directly from the field

Lack of a GIS component in the record production process and patrolling activity tracking in a real-time environment

Internal resources required to manage compliance activities and records with respect to DOT  191, 192 and 195

Our Solutions

GeoCurrent’s flagship product, FlowGIS, makes inspection of gas meters for atmospheric corrosion more efficient both In terms of reduced labor costs and in the quality of data collection. FlowGIS is a GIS-centric software solution designed to expedite the assignment, dispatch and tracking of atmospheric corrosion mitigation activity by job location through mobile workforce enablement.

Demo FlowGIS today to see how it modernizes the atmospheric corrosion inspection process.