User-Friendly GIS Applications for Managing SSO and MOM Challenges
Abstract:Because sanitary sewer collection system administrators are faced with the prospect of doing more with less in the future, a database solution is a necessary component of a successful proactive sanitary sewer management program. Part of the solution to anticipated management problems lies in automation and the efficient use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and database management systems. To improve the collection and reduction of the necessary data, streamlined processes are needed to utilize inspection data seamlessly from the field into the office. GIS solutions may also assist in planning, programming, quality assurance/quality control; and integrated inspection-to-GIS work processes.
Because of the improvement and availability of GIS and database management systems, one winning solution utilizes a GIS application with open architecture that has been demonstrated as a cost-effective and user-friendly solution to the SSO reporting and MOM requirements conundrum.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2002
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