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GIS Applications

Railway

organizations invest heavily in their track network and support infrastructure. In addition to maintaining infrastructure network information, managers also need to be able to use it for decision support and business operations. ESRI technology provides interoperability support (CAD and GIS integration), that enables creating a comprehensive rail information system which supports all critical business processes whether focused on passenger or freight delivery by using the spatial and analytic components of GIS to efficiently manage assets, maximize throughput and monitor safety. The ability to share maps and information online improves communication with customers. GIS mobile applications make it easier for crews to locate infrastructure, access accurate information, and file reports from the field

Public Transit

is key to meeting transportation challenges presented by rapidly growing cities, rising fuel prices, budget constraints, and global environmental issues. GIS visualization and analysis tools helps integrating critical information for effective public transit planning, operations, monitoring and delivery. For cost-effective route planning, GIS helps taking into account both ridership demand and efficient route analyses. GIS software for the Web enables providing online public access to interactive maps and real-time arrival information

Highways and Roadways

need to be effectively planned, monitored and managed strategically in terms of infrastructure investments. GIS provides the ideal platform for determining capacity enhancements, operational improvements, and public transportation investments that will deliver optimal support to communities. GIS enables cost effectiveness in managing physical assets and human resources, in the office and the field

Ports and Maritime

administrators face increased demands for efficient operations, management, security, and environmental management. GIS offers solutions that integrate this information and give decision makers greater power to control operations and positively impact the bottom line. For water, traffic, and navigation managers, GIS combined with Global Positioning System (GPS) technology offers a superior solution for tracking vessels and managing traffic in crowded waterways. Database-driven nautical charting solutions make it easier for maritime administrations worldwide to efficiently manage chart products and generate high-quality navigational products