Pairing Cartegraph’s high-performance software with Esri’s powerful ArcGIS platform helps your team see where things are happening and how information is connected. The result? Increased productivity, data-driven problem solving, smoother operations, and a better experience for your citizens, students, and employees.
Analysis of the soil bed the pipe is laid in revealed a montmorillonitic soil type, prone to expansion.
Establishing a proactive response plan that covers every asset in the floodplain ensures work will be generated to prepare all assets to perform at an optimal level.
Analysis of street lighting infrastructure highlights an insufficient amount of lights within this location; lack of night time lighting is a potential cause for increased graffiti vandalism.
Spatial analysis of the assets in the impacted area, layered with the anticipated work data, provide an estimate of the fiscal impact to the community.
Visualizing condition data, the roadway conditions in District 8 are significantly better than District 9. Budget dollars should be allocated equitably—instead of equally—to improve the overall city.
Step up your game. Discover how pairing Cartegraph and ArcGIS will increase productivity, improve data-driven problem solving, and provide a better experience for your residents.
Build on the investment you've made in maturing your GIS by seamlessly integrating with Cartegraph asset management software. Unlock the ability to pull spatial locations of assets from ArcGIS as you push attribute and spatial data changes back in real time.
Produce web maps in Esri and use them in Cartegraph. Access data from operational layers. And tailor maps to your individual needs.
Records chronicling an asset’s condition and maintenance history help you anticipate the need for repairs and replacements. Child records tell you the what, where, when, why, and cost of every asset in your inventory without impacting your spatial data.
Measure distance or area, select objects spatially, and conduct spatial analysis against both work and asset information to guide decision making.
Use your asset condition, work history, and cost data to solve problems unique to your organization.