As part of the three-year contract, Sigma Seven will also provide 24-hour technical support for GeoField. “GeoField will enable UK Power Networks to optimize the service of its customers and stakeholders and maintain the operational efficiency of its networks. Paul Reid, Managing Director of Sigma Seven, said: “We are delighted to have been selected by UK Power Networks to play an important role in its transformation project. Launched in Edinburgh in 2000, Sigma Seven offers its geo-field mapping software and technical support to approximately 2,500 UK Power Networks foreign service engineers, who map 170,000 km of power lines in London and the south-east. Sigma Seven`s current customers include Scottish Power, Northern Powergrid, Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions, Bristol Water, Scottish Water, South East Water, Wales -West Utilities and Western Power Distribution. Sigma Seven software will be integrated with THE GE Smallworld (geographic information systems) and THE SAP asset management systems of UK Power Networks, so that field technicians can electronically display and update GIS data and asset data on site. The contract is to supply its GeoField software to UK Power Networks 2,500 engineers working in London, and South mobile mapping specialist Sigma Seven has been awarded a $1 million contract to deliver its mobile mapping software to energy giant UK Power Networks. “We look forward to working with the company`s team to make the most of their significant investments in enterprise systems, providing the tools they need to enable them to work in the right place of action. UK Power Networks takes over Sigma Seven`s GeoField software as part of the Business Transformation Program (BTP) to improve all business processes and associated IT systems. UK Power Networks is part of our extensive list of procurement customers whose mobile staff and mapping requirements are met by GeoField solutions. GeoField will be launched this year and the software will be called up by field technicians with robust field computers.