GeoSpatial Innovations, Inc.
Engineered Simplicity. Better Workflow.
Founded in 1999, GeoSpatial Innovations, Inc. (GSI) is a private, woman-owned software company providing software and services across North America. GSI delivers industry-leading software to improve productivity and safety for workers engaged in natural gas & electric design and optimization, vegetation management, and GIS implementation services. GSI is a certified Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).
Utility design and engineering software
Distribution Design Studio (DDS) is a design and engineering platform that streamlines electric and gas design workflows, reduces design cycle times, and integrates design information with GIS, work management, and other systems. The DDS solution includes structural analysis, electrical analysis, GIS rendering, CAD importing/editing, imagery services, GPS/GNSS collection, and mobile tools all in one package.
We provide the workforce and expertise to get your design needs met.
Utility Design Services (UDS) will execute the design you need while integrating the
important information from your GIS and existing systems. All built to your specific utilities’ standards. We have the experience in the field to survey and input the data you need and the expertise of using our own proprietary Distribution Design Studio our clients already love to bring the right solutions to life.
Transmission and distribution vegetation management software
Forester is a vegetation management planning solution that can be easily configured for a variety of contract types including time & material, unit-based, and lump sum contracts. Forester’s flexible software allows electric companies to coordinate contractors in the field with managers in the office, saving time and money.
GIS Application Development to support business processes
GeoSpatial Innovations excels at helping energy companies implement and maintain GIS systems, including Esri and Smallworld administration and development.