Behind every great IMQS product is a multi-skilled product owner (PO), hard at work outlining their vision, establishing goals and motivating their team. POs are the corner stone of IMQS product development, so we thought you should meet them. This month we introduce you to Jaco Botha – a keen […]
Across the globe water scarcity, poor water quality and inadequate sanitation negatively impact human security. How does IMQS’s water and sewer management software help municipalities overcome water and wastewater management challenges?
IMQS has developed an Automated Road Assessment solution to overcome road surface assessment challenges. Find out how IMQS can help overcome issues of cost, time and data accuracy in road surface surveying.
We can all agree that working infrastructure is the backbone of human development and security, but is this infrastructure being managed properly? It is time to go back to basics and remind ourselves of what infrastructure asset management is all about.
Current software platforms are constrained by having multiple infrastructure and technology stacks to maintain. This leads to fragile and complex deployment processes, which are hard to replicate, test and support. How does application containerisation solve these problems?
Stellenbosch Municipality implemented the IMQS telemetry solution as part of their drought monitoring programme in 2017/2018. What is telemetry and how is this set of smart technologies assisting municipal water resource management at Stellenbosch Municipality?
In 2018, IMQS users will not only be working with some of the best infrastructure asset management software around, but be greeted by a brand new look and feel in line with the IMQS corporate identity. Read further to see what IMQS has in store for you!
2018 is a year of progress and opportunity, and IMQS is ready for the challenge! Read further to find out about IMQS’s new innovative projects geared towards adding real value to the global infrastructure asset management domain.
Stellenbosch, like other municipalities in the Western Cape, has been hard hit by a prolonged drought. Unlike many of its peers, however, Stellenbosch seems to be sitting on a greener wicket. How has Stellenbosch gone about managing risk, and what has been the main resource in this municipality’s water management […]
In 2017, the African continent still suffers from unreliable, insufficient and costly power generation and distribution. The smart management of electrical infrastructure is a prerequisite for sustainable socio-economic development. How do GLS Consulting and IMQS Software cooperate to offer African cities a comprehensive electricity infrastructure management solution?