How Water and Sewer Agencies Can Leverage Their Investment in AM/FM/GISby Norman R. Lamie, Auburn Water District and Auburn, Sewerage District,
Alan K. Wong, Auburn Water District and Auburn, Sewerage District,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Civil Engineering Applications of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems
Abstract: Water and sewer agencies are constantly seeking ways to operate more efficiently, provide higher levels of service, and manage the risks associated with maintaining their infrastructure assets. Many of these agencies are evaluating computer based solutions to enhance their operations and some have identified AM/FM/GIS (Automated Mapping/Facilities Management/Geographic Information Systems) as a promising technology. AM/FM/GIS technology integrates computer aided mapping, geographic analysis, planning, engineering, facilities management, reporting, and decision support. This paper will describe how the Auburn Sewer District is implementing their AM/FM/GIS solution and the costs and benefits derived since starting their project at the end of 1989.
Subject Headings: Sewers | Systems management | Information systems | Geographic information systems | Mapping | Investments | Water management | Water supply systems | Information management | Resource management | North America | Maine | United States
Services: Buy this book/Buy this article
Return to search