ETE: Public Utility Sector

ETE: Public Utility Sector

The solution “Industrial Control System for Public Utility Facilities (MICS for PUF)” is developed by “EnTechEco” and gives the possibility to automate management functions for the following organizations within a single information system:

  • providers of public utility services of different forms of ownership;
  • local authorities;
  • state supervisory authorities and state-financed organizations;
  • government authorities.

Targets of operation of the industrial control system for public utility facilities “Public Utility Sector”:

  • protection of interests of citizens using the services, reduction of the cost of public utility services including the possibility to change to the system of payment for actual services;
  • reduction of the number of accidents, reduction of the number of claims and complaints of city residents related to the quality of services provided;
  • transparency and efficiency of the procedure of regulation of activity of public utility enterprises and organizations in the region, the oblast or the city;
  • control over the use of resources;
  • estimation and control of generation of the cost of services (works) on the basis of standard and actual data;
  • obtaining objective data on the state of each facility of the municipal housing stock;
  • increase of personal responsibility of specialists of public utility enterprises;
  • reduction of the level of offenses in the public utility sector.

Industrial Control System for Public Utility Facilities provides:

  • to create a unified database (DB) of housing facilities (LF) of the city with an exhaustive list of the characteristics of objects and the possibility of simultaneous multy-user environment;
  • creation and filling of the regulatory framework of works on buildings, taking into account norms of materials and labor resources;
  • to create a unified database of housing residents to provide the registration services of citizens;
  • automatization processes of planning works at the facilities of public utilities, capacity planning (personnel, equipment, tools),  hlanning material resources requirements;
  • automatization payroll processes;
  • automatization processes of procurement management, inventory control, and payments to suppliers
  • given the actual consumption of material and labor resources;
  • automatization processes of cost management, calculation of planned and actual cost of works on buildings and utilities;
  • automatization plan vs. actual analysis;
  • includ modern billing system;
  • reporting of all needed data to municipal and government authorities.