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Using GIS as a maintenance management tool - APWA AZ

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From a presentation at APWA - I used AutoCAD Map 3D to demonstrate various principles - they don't come across in the PDF. Maybe I'll post a video, or maybe video supplements. …

From a presentation at APWA - I used AutoCAD Map 3D to demonstrate various principles - they don't come across in the PDF. Maybe I'll post a video, or maybe video supplements.

In the actual presentation, I had a longer intro illustrating the value of place. I dropped the slides from this version as they would have no value without the talking. Again, maybe I'll make a video of that. I thought it came out well.

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  • 1. Using GIS as aMaintenance Management Tool Richard Chappell
  • 2. Using GIS as a Maintenance Management ToolRichard Chappell – “Rick”Geospatial Application EngineerCADsoft Consulting, Inc1295 W. Washington St., Suite 201, Tempe, AZ 85281480-820-0408rick.chappell@cadsoft-consult.comhttp://www.cadsoft-consult.com/blogs/geo/http://www.linkedin.com/in/richardchappell
  • 3. The night Max wore his wolf suit and made mischief of one kind and another,his mother called him “WILD THING!” and Max said “I’LL EAT YOU UP!” so he was sent to bed without eating anything.That very night in Max’s room a forest grew and grew – and grew until his ceiling hung with vines and the walls became the world all around and an ocean tumbled by with a private boat for Max and he sailed off through night and day and in and out of weeks and almost a year to where the wild things are.
  • 4. Child book scan
  • 5. Asset Management• Utilities• Municipalities• Facility Owners
  • 6. Asset Management
  • 7. Asset Design Asset Design
  • 8. Maintenance ManagementMaintenanceManagement
  • 9. Repair & Rehab Repair, Rehab, Replace
  • 10. Condition MonitoringConditionMonitoring
  • 11. Financial Planning Financial Planning
  • 12. Asset Management
  • 13. GIS adds “place”• Spatial data access• System maps• Localized maps• Spatial analysis – network tracing, buffers• Routing• Schedule work by area
  • 14. GIS adds “place”• Spatial data access• System maps• Localized maps• Spatial analysis – network tracing, buffers• Routing• Schedule work by area
  • 15. Job Function Poll
  • 16. Job Function Poll• Information Technology
  • 17. Job Function Poll• Information Technology• Design
  • 18. Job Function Poll• Information Technology• Design• Operations
  • 19. Job Function Poll• Information Technology• Design• Operations• Finance
  • 20. Job Function Poll• Information Technology• Design• Operations• Finance• Leadership
  • 21. Critical Factors• System Integration• Data Design
  • 22. System Integration• GIS-centric – Azteca• CMMS-centric – Maximo• Data Warehouse
  • 23. Data Design
  • 24. =34978050
  • 25. Demos• Designed to show principles, not how tp.
  • 26. AutoCAD Connect to DB1
  • 27. AutoCAD Connect to DB2
  • 28. Asset Management
  • 29. Asset Design Asset Design
  • 30. Maintenance ManagementMaintenanceManagement
  • 31. Hydrant Maintenance Report
  • 32. FDO DB Connection
  • 33. Repair & Rehab Repair, Rehab, Replace
  • 34. Trace outages
  • 35. Buffer from trace
  • 36. Best Route
  • 37. Targets of Opportunity• What can we do while we’re here?• Who is in the area and can do the work?
  • 38. Target of Opportunity Vid
  • 39. Condition MonitoringConditionMonitoring
  • 40. Financial Planning
  • 41. Capital improvement Cost
  • 42. Asset Management
  • 43. Questions?
  • 44. Thank-YouRick Chappell Geospatial Application Engineer CADsoft Consulting, Inc 1295 W. Washington St., Suite 201, Tempe, AZ 85281 480-820-0408 rick.chappell@cadsoft-consult.com http://www.cadsoft-consult.com/blogs/geo/ http://www.linkedin.com/in/richardchappell