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Thursday, December 22, 2005

Bahrain's Ministry of Electricity & Water Adopts GIS Software

MWH Soft, a leading global provider of environmental and water resources applications software, yesterday announced that the Ministry of Electricity and Water in the Kingdom of Bahrain (MEW) has elected to deploy multiple licenses of InfoWater Suite, the industry's premier ArcGIS-centric (ESRI, Redlands, California) infrastructure modeling, management and optimization software. The selection is the latest example of the global move toward MWH Soft's advanced geospatial infrastructure modeling and management solutions.

MEW plans to harness the power of InfoWater Suite to support the establishment of a more advanced, complete information system designed to facilitate daily operations in the ministry. InfoWater's deployment is a key part of a two-year enterprise Geographic Information Systems project awarded to Khatib & Alami (K&A), MWH Soft's certified representative in the Middle East and a leading utility solutions provider. K&A will deploy ESRI and MWH Soft's advanced geospatial technologies to deliver a single geodatabase that will embed all MEW's water and power network assets information. This will enable timely and accurate capture, documentation, and sharing of information for better decision making, improved operations and enhanced customer service. Read More....

Source: Directions Magazine

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