Currently, the leak analysis process involves multiple steps, people and organizations. These complex and time-consuming responsibilities include pipeline structural analysis and evaluation; leak survey investigation and reporting; as well as paperwork processing and labor management. At GeoCurrent, we have purpose-built software tools to not only address the challenges associated with leak analysis, but to also make the process more efficient and less-costly.Download PDF
While competitive SaaS tools continue to push very large and complex solutions that most companies do not need, GeoCurrent remains solely focused on building digital tools that propel our customers to measurably improve how they do their jobs.
Inefficient, redundant and inaccurate records regarding leak investigations, survey activity and repairs due in part to the inability to update from the field
Lack of visibility into pipeline evaluation, pressure rating procedures and investigative activity related to leakage in a real-time environment
Need for accurate data weighted by appropriate criteria in regard to specific at-risk pipeline segments for use in prioritizing infrastructure maintenance activities
Need to manage compliance activities and records in respect to DOT 191, 192 and 195
When used together, two of GeoCurrent’s solutions – FlowGIS and atRisk – address and assist in the mitigation of many of the challenges typically associated with leak detection. These tools help inspectors assign and track survey activities, update leak survey results in real time, generate accurate pipeline infrastructure records in real time, generate accurate pipeline infrastructure records, and identify the highest risk pipelines.
GIS-centric software solution designed to expedite the identification, assignment, dispatching and tracking of activities related to specific job locations. Ultimately, FlowGIS expedites response to identified pipeline risks, including leakage and non-compliance situations.