Building an asset inventory is the key to data-driven building and infrastructure operations. But, assets are more than dots on a map. Use Cartegraph's municipal maintenance and infrastructure asset management system to track asset conditions, costs, and work history.
Any asset data in ArcGIS is easily accessible in Cartegraph—and vice versa. Edit and add to your asset inventories from either Cartegraph or ArcGIS. Any time asset data is entered in the office or in the field, the updates appear in both systems automatically.
Our city asset management software guides you through the asset inspection process, ensuring the right info gets captured. You can even use Cartegraph apps to enter notes, attach photos, and schedule follow-up tasks from the field.
Add even more precision to your inspections. Use the built-in rating system or create your own.
Configure your list view for easy access to the information that matters to you. Need to share your facility asset management software or infrastructure data? Export it with one click.
Better understand where an asset is at in its overall lifecycle. Use age, predicted performance, and inspection data to schedule proactive, condition-based maintenance tasks.
Cartegraph helps building maintenance and field crews quickly capture the work they’re doing on the go. Enter the who, what, where, when, and why for every task or inspection that occurs.
Help your crews work more efficiently with container and component asset relationships. Connect your large container assets—such as traffic signals, facilities, and parks—to the component assets that reside within them and comprehensively manage everything.
Build a relationship with your container assets and their components. Gain a much-needed overview of your assets and manage them all, end to end.
You name it, Cartegraph asset management software for governments, utilities, schools, and companies can track it. We have dozens of standard asset types available or you can create whatever assets you need. We can build it for you or show you how to build it yourself.