Mapbis - Basarsoft

San Francisco,  CA 
United States
  • Booth: 10153

Integrated Smart Grid GIS Solutions for Utilities

Mapbis offers proven, scalable and powerful integrated smart grid solutions for public services. The products were distributed to dozens of companies across Europe. The systems are easily integrated with existing ERP, CRM, EAM, CCB and FWM systems. We help companies to increase network efficiency and reduce operating costs with minimal effort.

Brands: GIS, Smart Grid, Integration, MapInfo Pitney Bowes Spectrum Spatial PowerNet Maestro HydroNet Maestro GasNet Maestro TelcoNet Maestro


  • PowernetMaestro
    PowernetMaestro; is an application which enables electricity distribution networks to be managed in a rule-based way.

  • Data entry is based on predefined rules. Diverse types of data (physical network, customer addresses and billing, SCADA monitors) are combined seamlessly and displayed as layers on a map that the user can customize. Data are subject to approval before inclusion in the database, and are continuously updated. Thematic maps, analyses and reports are easy to generate. PowernetMaestro enables the user to find and make the best returns on investment.

    PowernetMaestro in action

    KCETAS (Kayseri and Regional Electricity Distribution)

    PowernetMaestro Desktop, Web and Field applications are being used. Integration was achieved for the customer information system, call center system and SAP-PM.

    AYDEM (Aydın Denizli Muğla Electricity Distribution)

    PowernetMaestro Desktop is being used. Integration has been achieved for the customer information system, call center system, SCADA system and automatic meter reading system.

    SEDAS (Sakarya Electricity Distribution)

    PowernetMaestro Desktop, Web and Field applications are being used. SCADA integration has been achieved. With a navigation system, integration has been achieved for subscribers and the network.


    AKEDAS (Adıyaman Kahraman Maraş Electricity Distribution)

    PowernetMaestro Desktop and Web applications are being used.


    GEDİZ EDAS (Gediz Electric Distribution)

    PowernetMaestro Desktop is being used.

    ARAS EDAS (Erzurum Electric Distribution)

    Aras Electric Distribution company uses PowernetMaestro Desktop application. Power network data collection , data entry and topology building is included in the project. Smart network data collection is being performed in the field. In 7 provinces, data on electricity poles (low and medium voltage), Street Lights, low and medium voltage, building lines, and meters (subscribers) are being collected.

    DEDAS (Dicle Electric Distribution)

    All subscribers are mapped according to their postal addresses and electronic addresses. Secondary, substation name, feeder lines, poles and electrical distribution box contains the numbers and also subscribers of satellite images was carried out to analyze the leakage losses without going to field on the map.

    UEDAS (Uludag Electric Distribution)

    PowernetMaestro Desktop and Web applications are being used. From (previous database of subscribers) and addresses obtained by field work, a unified SAP-ISU database has been created.With SAP-ISU, 100% address and subscriber integration has been achieved.

  • GasnetMaestro
    GasnetMaestro is an application which enables natural gas distribution networks to be managed in a rule-based way....

  • GasnetMaestro is an application which enables natural gas distribution networks to be managed in a rule-based way.

    Data entry is based on predefined rules. In case of emergency, users can easily see which valves to close. Managers can see the big picture of their network’s inventory in terms of pipe characteristics and fittings. The customer relations department can see which buildings are served, and which will be served next year.

    GasnetMaestro in action



    Utilizing a live system, with up-to-date data, easy to adopt and ready to develop new systems is a must for managing activity in such a large and complex network.

    BursaGAZ has a completely integrated IT system (GIS, SCADA, SAP, FM, etc). The data in the system are live data, making it possible to analyse the ongoing system status for emergency failures, valve operations, customers affected, and enterprise resource planning.


    Kayserigaz, the sole provider of natural gas services in the province of Kayseri since 2004, attracted the attention of EWE AG and was acquired by that company in 2007. In 2008 Kayserigaz began to use Mapbis’ GIS with customer relations management.


    Izmitgaz, provider of natural gas services in the industrial region of Izmit and Kocaeli, was founded in 2004 and joined with GDF Suez in 2009. Since 2006 Izmitgaz has been using GIS in its operations, and has achieved GIS integration with customer management and asset management



    Izmirgaz, the natural gas distributor for the provinces of Izmir and Tire, was formed in 2005 through a partnership of Kolin A.Ş. and Türkerler A.Ş. Izmirgaz has the unique distinction of being the first natural gas provider in Turkey to organize its physical network and customer address data via GIS at the very outset of company operations. As a leader in innovation, Izmirgaz uses Mapbis’ GasnetMaestro software, which is based on MapInfo and MapXtreme and is designed specifically for managing natural gas networks. Address and network data, stored in Oracle, have been integrated with the customer management system by the firm ATOS

    ÇEDAŞ (Çorum Gaz)

    In Çorumgaz, Kargaz ve Sürmeligaz INC. within The CEDAS Group, it was developed CEDAS Natural Gas Information and Management System as a GIS based software. This system associates spatial information with all network infrastructure data of the verbal information in the digital environment belongs to natural gas infrastructure. it is the system which map-based information in a central database, subscriber, network infrastructure, maintenance, etc. matched with other systems such as an integrated structure between the information is collected, analysed, delivered, questioned.


    Esgaz  aims natural gas infrastructure investments and business activities and subscription transactions related to these activities , demand and production management system, emergency plans , … etc . To present data collected on several interrelated subsystems as map-based in integrity and in order to reach easily to the report in the specified format. For this purpose, used GIS application developed by Mapbis, in accordance with the needs and demands arise is renewed day by day.

  • HydronetMaestro
    HydronetMaestro is a ready-to-use GIS software environment that simplifies the management of water and wastewater infrastructure....

  • HydronetMaestro is a ready-to-use GIS software environment that simplifies the management of water and wastewater infrastructure. HydronetMaestro is GIS-based, so all data are digitally integrated for easier monitoring: subscriber information, network status, and network inventory.

    CC&B, FWM, EAS, SCADA, O&M , Integrations are done in database and service level. So the managers, engneers, operators get best benefit from their invsestments.

    For each subscriber in the customer information system, a location in the real world is known. This knowledge effectively guides procedures such as meter installation/removal and network maintenance, and defines exactly which subscribers are affected. Also, water consumption and projected need can be calculated and reported by location.

    HydronetMaestro in action

    ASKİ (Ankara Water & WasteWater Authority)

    ASKI, the water distribution authority for Ankara, had more than 4000 digital as-is maps of the city, at 1/1000 scale in Microstation DGN format. After converting these files to MapInfo format, Mapbis integrated them and developed client based and web based applications for them. The resulting system was able to track, via Oracle RDBMS, all the pipes for clean water, waste-water and storm water, and all related materials, stored at and deployed from ASKI’s central depot. ASKI now also uses MapXtreme, the intranet/internet environment of MapInfo, to open the applications to all departments within the municipality. Also integrated into the system were ASKI’s water flow monitoring data from their SCADA equipment and software.

    DESKİ (Denizli Water Distribution)

    DESKI, provider of water and wastewater services in Denizli province, was managing the large local network with CAD data and paper maps. In 2013, with Mapbis’ water network management software HydronetMaestro, all network data were transferred into a GIS environment. Physical network and customer address data are updated and maintained through an SQL Server database. As the next project, GIS integration of customer data and customer relations management are planned.

    KASKİ (Kayseri Water & Wastewater Authority)

    KASKI, provider of water and wastewater services to the city of Kayseri, had purchased a software system to manage their network data in shape file format but were unable to use it for web-based updates or for sufficient queries, analyses and reports. In 2014 KASKI switched to Mapbis’ HydronetMaestro for managing their network, using both desktop and web-based applications. In this way, KASKI successfully converted its CAD and .shp data into a form suitable for managing network topology, and developed a powerful, easily usable decision support system.


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