GIS and Mapping
With the ability of GIS to centrally host applications and data, you streamline workflow processes for work order, asset, and fleet management, as well as a myriad of other activities, while enhancing customer service. GIS sets a solid foundation that supports the growth of a public works department. Additionally, you can organize, manage, and integrate geographic data from existing databases, including CAD data, and legacy applications to support fast and efficient visualization, analysis, and decision making, regardless of the amount of information you manage.
With an ESRI® GIS, Water Agencies can
• Securely store and manage vast amounts of spatial information.
• Propagate data changes between multiple data sources.
• Ensure data integrity, consistency, and credibility.
• Integrate real-time tracking of features and events.
• Tie GIS data to non-GIS applications.
• Allow those without GIS knowledge to take advantage of geographic data.
Field Data Collection
ArcGIS technology allows MC Engineering, Inc. to take GIS functionality and data to the field. Water Agencies can retrieve maps and infrastructure information, edit existing data, and enter new as-built data. Databases are updated in near real-time from the field, which improves decision making throughout the organization.
An ESRI GIS enhances
• Data accuracy
• Data sharing
Practical applications include
• Survey and inspection