With the population, urban sprawl, and irrigation demands grow in the world, the sustainable and efficient management of water has become a necessity and a concern in recent days. Therefore, properly managed water resources are essential to poverty reduction, socio-economic development, and maintenance of ecosystems.
Moalajah is a joint venture between Veolia Water and Besix. Serving as their subsidiary, Moalajah FZC LLC focuses on operation and maintenance of waste water services, facilitating customer billing and consolidation, and minimizing environmental impacts to protect water resources. Hence, recycled water can be used to replenish sensitive ecosystems or commercial uses such as irrigation and golf course maintenance.
Moalajah is also proficient in developing strategies to meet the needs of biological and chemical treatment, helping achieve savings in energy and chemical consumptions. Its carbon and water footprint initiatives have allowed clients to
satisfy stakeholders’ expectations and greatly reduce environmental resource impacts.
In the project, SuperGIS Server, the web-based GIS software, is used to assist higher management in obtaining reliable analysis, search results, and interactive visual information of the entire properties and assets located in the Ajman Emirate to make better decisions. The web application is developed with existing OGC-based geodatabase connected with Oracle based database and SuperGIS Server.
Moreover, various pop-up menus are created on the searching criteria, helping the management analyze the assets and properties in the Ajman Emirates, import data from CSV into the application, and then export reports to PDF and EXCEL formats. The application also performs advance searching tools based on multiple values and measurement tools to perform precise measures.
Due to the development of the e-map application system, the GIS layers can be easily overlaid on high resolution satellite imagery to provide Moalajah with in-depth analysis for improving its water and wastewater services in the Middle East.