Montreal, March 17, 2010 – After Montreal, Blainville and Repentigny, the City of Saguenay has adopted JMap for the management of their mobile operations and snow removal.
« We are taking advantage of this year’s very little snow to provide public works and civil engineering with new tools to improve road management and security for the benefit of the entire municipality (311, 911 Services, Civil security…)». - Mr. Laval Claveau, Public works, City of Saguenay Quebec.
JMap integrates, in time and space, the location of equipment (GPS, RF...), its metric information (status, quantity, speed...) and operational data (sectors, priorities, work orders, resources...) with municipal and regional information (property information, address geobase...) in order to provide a complete view of the situation. JMap is a visual support for operational and strategic decision taking.
This solution is user-friendly and provides access to powerful tools for the planification, analysis and visualization of information. Location and geofencing functions allow municipalities a better management of their subcontractors and a real time image of work progress. Also, a 'Grand public' option makes it possible to show this work in progress to the citizens directly from the City’s Website or from a Web site hosted by K2 Geospatial.
About K2 Geospatial
Since 1995, K2 Geospatial is pursuing its mission to provide easy access to spatial information by the development of solutions that becomes a visual support for decision makers. The solutions developed by K2 Geospatial optimise the management of land, building, infrastructures and security. These solutions address the municipal, local and regional government as well as ports and airports needs.
JMap, its flagship product, is at the same time a map driven integration platform as well as a popular Web-GIS software. Recognised for its interactivity, neutrality, connectivity, speed, and extensibility, JMap is a geospatial solution at the service of decision-makers as it allows easy access and operation of systems used by the organisation which are often complex and isolated.
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