Geographical Information

Visualize your project geographically for informed monitoring

See high level reports at location view with drill down for detail

With GIS you get clear visibility over the status of your projects in a geographic
context to help you monitor performance easily and seek more information where

With GIS you can:

    • Highlight project locations that need attention
    • Drill down to photographs posted against each location
    • Drill down into data for further interrogation
    • Improve communication between all stakeholders
    • Speed up the decision-making process for corrective action when needed
This view shows planned versus actual with a profit status indicator.

Keeping track of multiple projects spread across many locations can be difficult. Without an easy flow of accurate information it can sometimes seem that everything is on track until problems emerge when it is too late. Without a clear view you cannot have confidence all is on track.

Imagine how reassuring it would be to feel you were looking down from above on all your project activity and seeing if everything was OK. With the GIS application from Asta you can do exactly that. You can visualize your project status geographically on a map interface in Google Earth.

Multiple project locations can be shown by latitude and longitude, with color coded markers indicating project status for easy identification of which locations are on track and which need investigation. If everywhere you look is green you can be reassured all is going well. Wherever there is some cause for concern you are able to drill down to see project information detail.

Each GIS point allows you to create a link to a photo in the project data so that when you drill down to the project detail you can actually see the current status.

GIS can be used by any company which has projects in multiple locations.

Where the project involves a road, railway or other linear object, you can open a new Google Earth folder and merge with existing layer files that contain maps of the work.

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