Geospatial Releases GeoUnderground Version 2.2

By CIOReview | Friday, May 1, 2015

PITTSBURGH, PA: Geospatial that utilizes integrated technologies to determine the accurate location and position of underground pipelines, conduits and other underground infrastructure data announces the release of GeoUnderground version 2.2. - a secure enterprise strength, location-based Infrastructure Management System delivered via the cloud in a SaaS model.

Geo-Docs is a file-sharing platform within GeoUnderground allowing for real-time document sharing, editing and data management on an interactive map. Geo-Docs stores, shares and manages via the cloud, geo-referenced video, photos, schedules, inspection documents, forms or any other information needed to successfully complete a new construction project, a renovation or an asset management program.

Some important features of Geo-Docs are:

-All files are geo-referenced and are in one-place. They are accessible by clicking on your digital map on your phone or tablet or by using our GeoUnderground powerful search functionality.

-All information is safe and secure. Administrator securely manages access to all data on Geo-Docs and you determine permissions.

-Full integration with GeoUnderground. As an integral function of GeoUnderground, Geo-Docs fully integrates with GeoUnderground allowing you to access and view geo-referenced data on a map of your project – no matter how small or large.

-Worldwide coverage and the ability to manage multiple projects on a global basis.

-Editing, additions and mark-ups in the field. As a cloud based platform, data can be captured, edited from anywhere and anytime via a conventional browser, and can be reviewed and discussed in real time.

Additional enhancements and modifications have added new and improved file import functionality with increased speed. Users now have the ability to import KML, KMZ and most types of DWG files easily into GeoUnderground. KML stands for Keyhole Markup Language and is an XML file used to display geographic data in a mapping browser.