Network Management

Infrastructure Inventory Solutions

Smart grids 

From knowledge to automation

The activity of detection, location, characterisation and integration of information on the networks of: Water, Electricity, Gas, Sanitation, Fibre, Telecommunications enables us to provide our clients with the conditions that lead to better decision-making when faced with the difficulties they encounter

The volume of data acquired will make it possible, with the correct aggregation in environments inherent to the infrastructures themselves, to make the network systems increasingly autonomous and intelligent in management by the responsible entities, with regard to optimisation of resources



The current identification and management of networks is going through a phase of profound change towards becoming increasingly automated and with less human intervention

The most modern detection and geolocation tools make it possible to provide managing entities with a large amount of information in order to assist decision support


What will it be like in the Future?



With the increase in the complexity of the infrastructure of cities and regions in the supply of water, electricity, gas, sanitation, fibre or telecommunications, it has become imperative to provide monitoring systems with instruments that make it possible to read in real time and indicate any type of anomaly that may affect or put at risk the physical integrity of a network


High Tech

Our equipment, together with our knowledge of this type of intervention, makes us a fundamental partner for the managing entities in monitoring risk situations, leaks, obstructions, line interruptions, damage to canalisations, evolution of the extension of the network, among others


Smart Cities

  • These innovations will play a crucial role in Smart Cities.
  • CIM*


The CIM comes to assist and prove incredibly useful in urban planning in projects of various scales.

With this methodology, users will be able to build and display 3D city model environments where information can be made available where and when needed, acting as an analysis tool in various fields.

Stakeholders will be able to collaborate efficiently and on a set of 3D models. Information sharing is a given and strategies are implemented digitally for areas such as architecture, construction and urban planning.

Construction projects usually involve additional noise and traffic. With the right documentation, the responsible entities are better prepared for decision making.

Information gained from BIM helps cities cope with population growth and rapid urbanisation