GEODI and MOBIDI in the Energy Sector

Geographical Information Systems

GEODI maps geographic specifications and
non-structural data locations. It uses PDF, Excel or CAD documents directly. The
parcel number in an expropriation document is automatically associated with the
map including the transformer or lampposts mentioned in a project file. All
manual work done with standard software is handled automatically with GEODI and
all kinds of documents and EMMS are integrated automatically with GIS.

Monitoring of Field Activities

MOBIDI is a flexible mobile application designed for
field inspections, redirecting fault teams, documenting and reporting all
activity on the site. It works both online and offline on iOS and Android

Access to Projects and Documents on Field

GEODI can run more than 200 different formats. In
addition to Word, Excel and PDF, CAD documents such as AutoCAD, Netcad or GIS
documents such as Shape, ECW, GeoTif are also included. Teams on field can
view, comment on or share their point-of-contact documents or documents they
search for on their smart devices with others. By accessing different versions
of documents or the likes, they always get the right decisions and the healthiest

Map of Demands

With GEODI, social media messages such as Twitter and
Facebook could be tracked, e-mail messages or various web sites data can be
monitored. GEODI can map the requests according to the data collected.

Combination of Different Databases

A large number of applications solve many problems,
but not all the information is accessible. With artificial intelligence, GEODI
reaches from one point to all the data distributed in different databases,
related information, documents and it presents the big picture.


GEODI is open to the use of the REST API as well as
its integration with existing systems. It is possible for applications
developed using this API to take advantage of or enhance GEODI and MOBIDI

Documentation can be found at

Authority and Security Issues

All data are accessed within the authorities. Who is
able to access, download or view depends on what content they are authorized
for. Access constraints in LDAP or EMMS systems are individual.