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Pipe & Cable Detection

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EXCAVATION PIPE AND CABLE LINE DETECTION AND MAPPING, DIGITIZATION SERVICE

The infrastructure of many services that come into our lives with the developing technology reaches us from under the ground. Knowing the exact location of these facilities in case of potential need or breakdown provides immediate intervention while preventing work accidents that may occur.

Aykome uses the most advanced technology available to detect underground lines without the need for excavation. Expert and experienced staff in the field; Regardless of the quality of the line by finding the location of the depth and direction of the coordinates are taken and digitized.

This turnkey service provides precise or clear resources for the administration or the network infrastructure to our customer. Possible personnel or management change does not affect the quality of the service provided without causing confusion in the field and administrative staff. Where data and information are available, things will not be interrupted.

The facilities we identified are as follows;

  1. METAL LINES
  2. Pig and steel water pipes. (Network, Transmission)
  3. Oil pipeline.
  4. AMETAL LINES
  5. All plastic based water pipes. (Network)
  6. Natural gas pipes.
  7. Fire hydrant pipes.
  8. Wastewater pipes. (Corrugated)
  9. CONCRETE LINES
  10. ACB water pipes. (Network, Transmission)
  11. Wastewater channels.
  12. Rain water channels.
  13. ENERGY LINES
  14. Electric cables.
  15. Fiber optic cables.
  16. Telecom cables.
  17. HEATING LINES
  18. MANHOLE AND VALVE COVERS
  19. ILLEGAL AND UNKNOWN LINKS

Geographical Information System (GIS)
In the past, water administrations used drawings, maps, and reports to record important information (pipe diameters and lengths, water sources, pumps, reservoirs and sizes, valves, etc.) of drinking water distribution network elements. Often, however, the necessary details were known only to certain technicians or craftsmen working in the area concerned. Consequently, the fate of this important information would depend on a few people in water management. Today, network information is digitized and stored on computers. Therefore, the necessary detailed information can be obtained without the need of field craftsmen.

The network information, which is usually in the field masters, is transmitted to the GIS.

One of the most important problems of some water administrations is that changes to the drinking water distribution network (the addition of a new pipe or valve, etc.) are not notified to the GIS unit. This results in misleading results from the hydraulic model operated with incorrect and/or missing network information. For this reason, good coordination should be ensured between the other units of water management and the GIS unit and the GIS database should be updated as necessary.

The GIS database needs to be updated regularly
The GIS database needs to be updated regularly

In the GIS unit, all subscriber records for each DMA should be available and the type, coordinates, lengths, etc. of all pipe and service connections in the DMA and on-site inspections shall be available. must be obtained. In addition, the type, size, brand, age, and meter numbers of all meters in the network must be stored in the GIS database. All the information mentioned is very important for the team responsible for the fight against water losses.

The locations and information of the service connections should be recorded in the GIS database.
The locations and information of the service connections should be recorded in the GIS database.

You can get support and service by contacting us in all or part of these processes.

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