Web-based GIS asset tracking to monitor water treatment plant assets, manage workflows & enable collaboration
Robust, Flexible, Easy-to-use Rich Internet Application
Tightly integrated with existing business systems and GIS infrastructure
Farallon Plant GIS solution is a geospatial Rich Internet Application for viewing wastewater treatment plant infrastructure and accessing all associated information including drawings, construction documents, work order information, plant processes, and asset condition data.
The application acts as a centralized resource for accessing data, simplifying information retrieval, editing maps & features and sharing information between engineers, technicians, and supervisors. It is extremely easy to use and is designed to reduce capital improvements outlay, as well as operation and maintenance costs.
The system can be tightly integrated with existing business systems such as SharePoint Document Management System, Hansen Asset Management System, Wastewater Asset Management databases and existing GIS infrastructure.
The application is written in .NET, and uses Farallon's web application framework that is based on GIS standards and Open Source libraries. This approach results in a highly robust, flexible, and cost-effective technical platform upon which to build and extend the Plant GIS solution.
Key features of Plant GIS include:
Manage all treatment plant infrastructure assets and all associated information
Easy and Fast
Intuitive, workflow-centric user interface makes it easy to identify, edit and share maps/features quickly.
Dig Here Workflow
Quickly finds, displays, and tabulates all sub-surface features that that might be affected by a planned dig.
Drawing & editing tools make it easy to identify, create and share maps with custom redlines, labels, images and notes.
Clean, manageable, extensible, and standards-based application code.
Integrates with with SharePoint, Hansen Asset Management, SQL databases, and desktop office applications.
Enterprise GIS Technology
Compatible with ESRI, Open Source GIS, Google, Bing & other spatial data viewing applications.
Secure and Auditable
Simple maintenance workflows allow the system administrator to easily change which GIS/information layers are available to role-based users.