Modernizing Water System Data

Modernizing Water System Data

Pennsylvania American Water (PAWC) needed a more accurate way to manage the assets throughout its infrastructure. PAWC originally tracked the location of its assets, such as hydrants, street valves and water mains, with computer-aided design (CAD) drawings. The CAD files were a graphic representation of the system, based on paper maps created from field information without the precise location indicated. The uncertainty of asset location caused delays in response time to work orders.

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Shared Data-Platform for the City of Bradford

Shared Data-Platform for the City of Bradford

With an ever-increasing demand on services, BCWA and BSA needed an application that could store and share information, while addressing the needs of each department separately. BCWA and BSA serve people in and around the City of Bradford, Pennsylvania. These authorities needed easily accessible, accurate, and up-to-date mapping to assist with asset management and day-to-day workflow.

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NCDOT Advanced Transportation through Linkages, Automation, and Screening (ATLAS)

NCDOT Advanced Transportation through Linkages, Automation, and Screening (ATLAS)

NCDOT’s project’s lacked standard deliverables, spatial data, integration across enterprises, single source data authority, and the ability to track project status. These issues slowed North Carolina’s environmental review process required for NCDOT projects to remain compliant with the federally mandated National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).

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SUEZ North America – Improving Emergency Notifications

SUEZ North America – Improving Emergency Notifications

SUEZ North America serves over 6.4 million people with water and wastewater operations across the U.S. and Cananda with a staff of more than 3,200 employees. With an ever-increasing client base, it was critical to improve response time and decrease inefficiencies in their existing emergency notification process for outage, main break, and water advisory situations.

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PennDOT’s Guide Rail Management App

PennDOT’s Guide Rail Management App

PennDOT’s BOMO needed to automate the process of tracking the damage, repair, and replacement of guide rails and end treatments. With guide rail activities occurring daily in the field, data was captured manually and could not adequately be tracked and monitored at the state level with the Roadway Management System (RMS). Reimbursements would take months because management could not easily ensure policy compliance.

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PennDOT Connects - Mapping & Collaboration Portal

PennDOT Connects - Mapping & Collaboration Portal

Pennsylvania is a large state with a population greater than 12 million, 11 districts, more than 2500 municipalities and more than 41,000 miles or roadway. PennDOT needed a better way to enhance cooperation between districts, planning partners, ad municipalities in their work to identify and address the commonwealth’s most pressing infrastructure needs.

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