Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Munsys, Inc announces that the City of Garden Grove Public Works Department has purchased the Munsys® Water, Sewer and Mapbooks applications. These are part of an integrated family of solutions that solve the asset mapping and management needs of utility and local government organizations.
“The Munsys applications have enabled us to maintain the system map data as well as the engineering attributes. Having the data stored in a single central database also means that changes we make are able to be seen in the web-based mapping applications in real-time,” says Marian Dan, Senior Engineering Technician “Being able to maintain connected and attributed water and sewer networks in AutoCAD that are hydraulic modeling-ready is something we were not able to do previously.”
The Munsys solutions include a central database with pre-defined Oracle® Spatial data models and integrated applications for the management of water, sewer, drainage, cadastral, roads and electricity infrastructure. Autodesk® design products are utilized for spatial data creation and editing. Traditional GIS software and other databases are easily integrated using OpenGIS® and gateway technologies.
“As a relatively new product to the North American market, Munsys provides an off-the-shelf solution that enables engineers to continue to use CAD, but creates data that is not only fully attributed and connected but that is seamlessly available to other GIS systems,” says Colin Hobson, Munsys Director “Munsys is very cost effective for small to medium sized organizations with limited budget and personnel who need a complete solution with strong functionality and a proven data model.”
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About Munsys, Inc.
Munsys, Inc., with offices in Florida and California, is the primary supplier of sales, services, and technical support for the Munsys suite of products in North America. Munsys, Inc. provides database-driven geospatial solutions to utilities and government for the management of cadastral, drainage, electricity, roads, sewer, and water infrastructure.
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