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GIS FOR DRINKING WATER NETWORK MANAGEMENT, Vietnam  

VIETNAM SIG projet réseau eau potable

This project consists of the implementation of a Geographical Information System (GIS) for the technical and patrimonial management.  It is conducted by G2C environnement, G2C informatique and IGN France International, in partnership with Khawassco, the water supply and sewerage company of Nha Trang City.

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CARTOGRAPHY FOR MINING CONCESSION, Niger 

IGN France International completed the mapping for a mining site and its infrastructures. The contract, whic covered an area of  60,000 hectares, included the delivery of digital and paper maps as well as a digital terrain model. The field work was possible thanks to our network of local partners.

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CREATION OF A DIGITAL ELEVATION MODEL, Roumania 

In 1999, a Romanian phone company chose IGN France International for the implantion of their telecommuniction antennas, as well as for the provision of a highly accurate digital elevation model. In order to do so, new aerial photos were taken by the IGN airplanes and total photogrammetric restitution of all urban elements was completed by the IGN's production services and by IGN France International's Romanian subsidiary.

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DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A PIPELINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, Kazakhstan/ Kyrgyzstan/ Turkmenistan/ Uzbekistan  

The services rendered in several Central Asian countries covered the following points: design of a pipeline management system composed of a geographic information system syncronised with the business information system, and its specific applications connected to the system, such as the calculation of maximum pressure, maintenance schedules depending on the state of the material and finally, training.

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