A GeoVisionary case study about Costs, Safety and Efficiency.
Managing distributed and critical infrastructure is a challenging task that demands up-to-date and relevant information be continually gathered, processed, and analysed by experts from a range of disciplines.
Uniten manages 30,000 transmission towers on behalf of Tenaga Nasional Berhad across the Malaysian peninsula, across challenging terrain often subject to extreme weather that can directly impact the terrain on which the network sits.
In response to this challenge, Uniten have placed visualisation at the heart of a toolset that allows data from a range of sources to be brought together, viewed and analysed. Together and in context.
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“We are able to detect changes on the site and predict future changes – both things that would have been virtually impossible without VR technology.”
Prof Dr Rohayu
3D Visualization Systems Lead, BGS
Prof. DR Rohayu,
Director, Institute of Energy Infrastructure, UNITEN
Senior Product Manager