Growing demand and limited expansion has put enormous pressure on transportation systems, creating issues related to congestion, energy costs, environmental factors and passenger safety. Transportation professionals need the ability to model travel loads and capacities, analyze annual capital improvement plans, identify potential violations to noise regulations and plan transportation networks for growing urban centres to meet the demands of the future.
Now is the time to invest in GIS, a sophisticated mapping technology that has helped many organizations overcome operational challenges and drive improved profitability. It leverages all of the geographically-referenced data that exists in your corporate systems -- such as demographics, traffic and public transit ridership data, construction and development plans -- to uncover what might not otherwise be visible or understood in a multipage report or complex spreadsheet.
GIS brings the power of location awareness to highly complex logistical challenges. Infrastructure asset management, logistics & routing, capacity improvement, planning and passenger safety for all transportation modes (road/rail/marine/air) become more meaningful and expressive when we can examine them layered on the real world.
ArcGIS is a robust platform that allows you to manage, analyze and display your data so that you can make the best, most informed decisions. It gives everyone in your organization the ability to discover, use, make and share information and maps from any device, anywhere, anytime.
Visualize traffic forecasting and perform spatial analysis layered with key demographic information to enable better planned routes, transit stops or logistic channels.
Infrastructure Asset Management
A time-aware linear and spatial database provides an effective platform for management of roads, highways, bridges, tunnels, guardrails, signs, runways, maritime berths, rail and transit stations.
Spatial analysis applied to detailed environmental data can enable transportation construction projects to live and grow in harmony with our environment.
GIS enables operations departments to track the location and activity feeds of assets (snow plows, luggage, rail cars, shipping containers) and personnel.
Monitor and manage in real-time and -space to provide operators with better awareness of their networks. Analyze crash records with weather data to identify risk areas and make adjustments.
Gain insight into key performance metrics to help fine tune your system and monitor service delivery by contractors and employees alike.
Right of Way/Corridor Management
GIS helps combine transportation asset and land use information to make right of way / corridor planning activities more meaningful through visualization and analysis.
GIS provides the location intelligence of 511 systems, transit schedules and airport departure gate maps showing real-time information.