HydronetMaestro is a ready-to-use software environment that simplifies the management of water and wastewater infrastructure. HydronetMaestro is GIS-based, so all data are digitally integrated for easier monitoring: subscriber information, network status, and network inventory.

For each subscriber in the customer information system, a location in the real world is known. This knowledge effectively guides procedures such as meter installation/removal and network maintenance, and defines exactly which subscribers are affected. Also, water consumption and projected need can be calculated and reported by location.

HydronetMaestro in action

ASKİ (Ankara Water & WasteWater Authority)

ASKI, the water distribution authority for Ankara, had more than 4000 digital as-is maps of the city, at 1/1000 scale in Microstation DGN format. After converting these files to MapInfo format, Mapbis integrated them and developed client based and web based applications for them. The resulting system was able to track, via Oracle RDBMS, all the pipes for clean water, waste-water and storm water, and all related materials, stored at and deployed from ASKI’s central depot. ASKI now also uses MapXtreme, the intranet/internet environment of MapInfo, to open the applications to all departments within the municipality. Also integrated into the system were ASKI’s water flow monitoring data from their SCADA equipment and software.

DESKİ (Denizli Water Distribution)

DESKI, provider of water and wastewater services in Denizli province, was managing the large local network with CAD data and paper maps. In 2013, with Mapbis’ water network management software HydronetMaestro, all network data were transferred into a GIS environment. Physical network and customer address data are updated and maintained through an SQL Server database. As the next project, GIS integration of customer data and customer relations management are planned.

KASKİ (Kayseri Water & Wastewater Authority)

KASKI, provider of water and wastewater services to the city of Kayseri, had purchased a software system to manage their network data in shape file format but were unable to use it for web-based updates or for sufficient queries, analyses and reports. In 2014 KASKI switched to Mapbis’ HydronetMaestro for managing their network, using both desktop and web-based applications. In this way, KASKI successfully converted its CAD and .shp data into a form suitable for managing network topology, and developed a powerful, easily usable decision support system.