IT SOLUTIONS FOR THE ENERGY SECTOR
WE CARE FOR YOUR ASSETS
WHO WE ARE
GEOMAGIC Utility Solutions Inc. was founded in August 2018 in Houston, Texas, as a subsidiary of GEOMAGIC GmbH.
We employ people with a strong focus on quality and a high level of commitment. The knowledge and dedication of our staff is the foundation of our company’s success.
We are experts in compliance.
WHAT WE DO
At GEOMAGIC we develop future-proof IT technologies for the energy and public works sectors. We focus on high-compatibility software solutions for geographic information systems (GIS), integrity management, and operative and strategic asset management, with solid professional expertise since 1994.
In close cooperation with our clients, GEOMAGIC also provides specialized tools for land rights management.
We have completed several upgrade projects on our GIS and MAOP solution with GEOMAGIC. We have also implemented their integrity solution trascue.PIMS.
Working with their staff has saved time and has provided the necessary focus needed to implement several key product enhancements, including those needed to support phase 1 of the new Federal Pipeline Safety Regulations, known as the “Mega Rule”, put in motion in October 2019.
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Challenge Faced with the PHMSA requirement to identify Moderate Consequence Areas (MCA) along their pipeline corridors by July 1, 2020, operators looked to their GIS to provide necessary functionality. In 2019, a major US utility decided to extend the High Consequence...