To use the application of geographical information system for data collection for augmentation and feasibility study of the existing water supply system. The use of GIS (geographical information system) in this project is to prepare a schematic map and identify water demand, which is done by several relevant parameters. Mapping of the MIDC area can be done by geo sensing or by capturing drone images. Then these images are transferred to arc GIS Where the digitization of images is done and attribute tables are filled with data such as consumers’ water demand, consumers’ water meter readings. As the available drawings and data were around 30-year-old, all the drawings are prepared on AutoCAD with the latest information. Along with satellite images and drone images of the MIDC area DGPS (Differential global positioning system) survey is also done to generate topographical data. Application\improvements: this study concludes what parameters are required for a feasibility study of the water supply system and application of GIS for carrying out the project and its application in the mapping of utilities of industrial areas in MIDC. GIS is used over another method because of its high accuracy and its capability to show all the utilities which also include underground utilities, structures, and any other such assets in the real world. With all these advantages GIS has an edge over any other method of surveying and data collection which then allows theda decisions decide on planning and execution also with the data collected augmentation can be done if required.