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How Geographic Information Systems (GIS) In Pipe and Pipeline Inspection Works

How Geographic Information Systems (GIS) In Pipe and Pipeline Inspection Works

The easiest way to get lost when you’re driving in an unfamiliar area is to assume you know where you’re going. Without understanding the lay of the land, you could spend hours going around in circles before finally stumbling onto your destination by accident. It isn’t enough to know the name and address of where you’re going — you also must have the context of the surrounding neighborhood to understand in which direction you need to be and how far you have to travel.

How Video Sewer Pipe Inspection Works

How Video Sewer Pipe Inspection Works

A blocked or leaking sewer line is a major headache for a number of reasons. When you notice slow drainage or no drainage at all, you want to find out what’s causing the problem, right away. But sewer lines are buried for good reason, and they make discovering an obstruction or leak impossible with the naked eye. In the past, the only solution would have been to dig and expose the pipes to examine and fix the blockage or leak.

Four Years Strong on GIS Integration of Pipe Inspection Data!

Four Years Strong on GIS Integration of Pipe Inspection Data!

From 500' inspections to the 500,000' system-wide projects, Tunnel Vision Pipeline Services has been offering fully-customized GIS integration of PACP pipe inspection data for over four years. Far from static reports, we match your data to your needs. We can even match other people's data to your needs!

Far from "learning on the fly", we can offer multiple solutions to ensure each point is located and you have the best data available on which to base your capital decisions in the future.

Reach out to us today to learn more about what we can do with your past, current, and future data needs!


Gabriel Kloet

President