The implementation of Geodexy in everyday life is limited only by the vision of those who use it.
With accuracy being essential to growing a business successfully, it is no surprise that the combination of geographic information system (GIS) technology and the collection of location-based data has become instrumental to a multitude of industries worldwide. Learn how you could implement Geodexy from our different case studies to effectively solve your problems and improve your productions.

Largo Fire Rescue maintains inspection records
on over 2,000 hydrants in the Gulf Coast city of
Largo, FL. Previously done with a clipboard and
pen, the process was time consuming and had
many potential error points, which resulted in
decreased productivity. Now, the department
utilizes Geodexy, a mobile data collection
application to inspect hydrants as well as other
fire services.

In addition to hydrants, Geodexy is also being utilized by the department for disaster assessment, mutual aid deployment and building inspections. Geodexy helps reduce critical time loss, increases productivity, promotes data integrity and organization, and ultimately helps Largo Fire Rescue to provide even better service to their community.

Fire Department
GIS can improve the efficiency of: emergency management, fire prevention, arson investigation, inspection and maintenance of fire hydrants to list a few. GIS helps reduce critical time loss and increases efficiency by extending the capability of maps to access all types of information for analysis.

Law Enforcement
GIS is an invaluable tool for all aspects of law enforcement. It is successfully used today for a multitude of purposes including, crime and investigation analysis, community corrections, 911 mapping and computer-aided dispatch resource (vehicle and personnel) tracking, emergency management and traffic analysis.

Disaster Response/Management
When emergencies take place, GIS provides relevant content for incident action plans, damage assessment, and information sharing. GIS technology is a powerful tool to assess potential emergencies; where they are likely to occur; and their potential impacts, damage, and losses.

When used for Field Mapping Data Management, and/ or Computation/Analysis GIS improves construction projects and data management. It simplifies and reduces the transfer of unnecessary duplications of information by organizing and providing wireless data transfer from the field as it is being collected.

Accuracy is essential to ensure the safety and security of buildings, bridges, utilities, and other critical infrastructure, therefore engineers are increasingly using GIS as a comprehensive tool for site mapping, asset inventories, instrument recording, and environmental monitoring.

GIS technology offers improvement opportunities for municipalities and government agencies in the fields of: economic development, elections, land records and cadastral solutions, urban and regional planning, public works inventories, health and safety inspections, property appraisal assessments.

Delivering the results of environmental work including, wetlands delineation, natural resource inventories, instrument monitoring, agricultural management, topographic mapping, archaeology and forestry can be facilitated by the use of GIS.

The use of GIS empowers utilities managers with insight that improves operations, customer service and streamlines the work process. GIS is most advantageous for utilities when integrated with: infrastructure & outage management, facility inspections, asset inventories, gas source and physical pipeline management, and telecommunication, to list a few.

GIS is a powerful tool in the development and implementation of a distribution center by delivering the tools for critical tasks such as, locating and analyzing a potential site, evaluating the surrounding competition, assessing market potential, personal and vehicle tracking, and traffic control to better achieve one’s business goal.

Building Inspections
Building safety is a public service imperative; however, inspections are traditionally done using cumbersome sets of outdated, static paper maps. Inaccuracy of inspection information can lead to a host of problems, and real dangers to occupants and first responders. GIS has become a vital tool in planning and performing building and fire code inspections and verifications, because it provides the accuracy and up-to-date information that is critical to ensuring the safety of buildings.

Geodexy can be adapted for and utilized by any individual or company currently using a clipboard as their comprehensive tool for field data collection, with a need to improve accuracy, productivity and efficiency.

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