Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Kilan’s GIS and Asset Management subject matter experts (SME’s) are experienced in providing public transportation and local government agencies with an end-to-end solution for the planning, design and implementation of an ESRI-based Enterprise GIS integrated with a compatible off-the-shelf Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system. The Enterprise GIS serves as the “source of truth” repository for roadway assets including their location in reference to the system corridor(s) as well as descriptive information about each asset. The integrated Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system provides a means for maintenance and roadway crews to track asset conditions, work orders, service requests and projects to their related physical assets. Together, the data from these systems is utilized as supportive input to program and project planning, budget and cash flow forecasting, and organizational management reporting.

Kilan’s Enterprise GIS and Asset Management implementation support services include:

  • Program and project management
  • Facilitation of meetings and interviews with project stakeholders
  • Development of strategic plan(s), needs assessments and implementation plans
  • Conversion of CAD data to GIS format
  • Review and verification of current GIS data
  • Development and design of geodatabases
  • Data acquisition and training support
  • Maintenance support

Additional technical consulting services include:

  • Development and support of custom GIS applications, services and reports
  • Data analysis, modeling, development and conversion
  • Provision of on-call analytical and technical support services

Location and verification of physical assets:

  • Location, identification and classification of physical assets to create or update existing geodatabase features
  • Collect GPS locates of ETCS, ITS and NCS infrastructure and system components. Results will capture “as-built” conditions ensuring an independent accurate representation of work performed in relation to designed plans.
  • Collected data can be used for asset management and system maintenance planning and reporting in addition to preventing costly rework and downtime when subsequent local work is performed.
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