GIS Centric Asset Management

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GIS is the perfect platform for local governments to design and create an integrated GIS-centric public asset management system using spatial relationships as a way to manage, coordinate, and analyze all public assets and work activities. GIS plays a vital role in asset inventory, providing the "Where it is" and "What it is" for your assets. Often the GIS data is not used in the daily operations of asset, work and permit management, but mostly for making maps and visualizing infrastructure. This presentation will provide examples and the benefits of incorporating GIS into daily operations and will offer steps to accomplish this in your organization.

Presenter(s): 
Juston Manville
Biography: 

Juston Manville has been working in GIS-Centric Asset and Emergency Management for nearly 20 years. When not looking for ways to improve business processes using GIS Mr. Manville enjoys old maps, skiing and mountain biking.

Room: 
Homestead 1
When: 
October 17, 2013 - 3:30pm - 4:00pm
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