Compared to other utilities, a gas distribution network can be extremely complex. A gas distribution network is made up of a series of well-looped external pipelines leading from the source to the main gas distribution point, and ultimately to the customer location. These include long-distance trunk lines, street-level distribution pipelines, infeed service lines, entrance gas pipelines, and internal gas pipelines. With some pipelines of low-pressure, are meant for residential buildings, while others could be medium- or high-pressure networks, like those designed for industrial plants. unforeseen challenges such as extreme temperatures or unplanned excavations could pose threats to pipelines and hinder distribution companies from providing uninterrupted services. Moreover, gas leakages can happen at many places along the distribution chain for a variety of reasons, leading to a loss in revenue and contributing to climate change. From a technology standpoint, the ideal solution for gas distribution networks would balance the requirements for uptime and safety, providing operators information for analysis to make better decision-making. Governments and regulatory bodies to deploy an integrated system for notifications wherein operators will get a means of receiving notifications of all planned excavation activities. Based on the data coming from key parameters and with historical data available at one-click, operators can easily monitor any portions of the system experiencing recurrent leakage more frequently or the deviating parameters.