This rural local authority has used Esri’s ArcGIS Collector app to create a series of mobile solutions for its highways team. The initiative is expected to lead to cost savings of £275,000 over five years, as well as contribute to improvements in council services and public safety.
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- Esri’s ArcGIS Collector app allows teams to collect and edit asset information in the field and makes updates instantly visible to colleagues.
- Citizens benefit from improved public safety and enjoy council amenities that are more proactively maintained.
- Plans to extend the use of mobile GIS are expected to contribute to further savings in other departments and a reduction in the council’s carbon footprint.
“We have a responsibility to make sure that taxpayers’ money is spent in the best way that it can be. If we are reducing the amount of time and petrol wasted, we can deliver more efficient and proactive services to benefit the population.."
Julie Seddon, Solutions Manager for Spatial Information at Wiltshire Council
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