Many organisations have information that is vital, and unique, to their daily operations. This information can outline a variety of features, such as where company assets are located (powerlines/poles or remotes sites, for example), and boundaries for operations including construction projects. But if you don’t know where your resources are in relation to this information it can affect job management, decision making and health and safety.
Smartrak uses Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping technology to allow a customer’s unique data to be uploaded onto our Visual Intelligence Suite. This creates customised views and interactions with a variety of maps and data sources. GIS data can include parks, boundaries, power poles, utilities, and company-specific assets, and by integrating this information onto the Smartrak platform, our customers can easily view and report on areas of interest combining map data with company-specific requirements. Or this feature can be turned off to return to the Smartrak base map.
In addition, GIS layers are integrated with geofences, allowing for the monitoring of mobile assets when they enter or exit identified areas (areas of low coverage, hazardous regions, etc), providing proactive alerts and notifications.
By working with Smartrak, companies are able to drive efficiency, improve communication, make better decisions and create better geographic information recordkeeping.
- Satellite/flyover imagery can be imported to provide better detail of worksites and remote areas.
- Point, line and polygon data can be imported from your asset information systems.
Ability to report on where your remote workforce is in relation to company-specific assets
Static data such as road sign locations can be maintained by bulk imports or updates.
Find out more about the value GIS Layers can provide your organisation