Information processing, Electrical Engineering

Information Processing:

Information processing is the key to improving cutting and productivity costs of excess work. Converting information to a computerized format in GIS is more meaningful and timely for an electric utility. For example, GIS will permit to search and retrieve information stored on a server simply by pointing and clicking by user-friendly menus or typing requests in a Windows environment.

GIS has a way of making work procedure simpler by more productive use of time and information.

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Figure: A Screen Shot Showing Distribution Transformers with Capacity 15 MVA along a Road in a Given Area

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