Achieving high levels of accuracy and synchronization of your geospatial 9-1-1 data can be time consuming and resource-intensive. With GeoComm Maintainer ArcGIS Desktop, you are able to build and maintain high quality data for 9-1-1 dispatch GIS mapping systems and Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD).
GeoComm Maintainer ArcGIS Desktop enables efficient updates to GIS data layers, such as road centerline layers, address point layers, and your MSAG, decreasing your time and effort to build and maintain quality public safety GIS data and 9-1-1 databases. This software allows you to immediately benefit from the automated tools designed specifically for developing and maintaining GIS data and Master Street Address Guides (MSAG’s).
This software is available in two modules:
- GIS Data Manager
- MSAG Manager
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The Benefits of GeoComm Maintainer ArcGIS Desktop
Decreases the time and effort required to build and maintain public safety GIS and 9-1-1 databases.
Quickly assigns addresses to a group of points at one time.
Increases data quality and accuracy by providing several automated QC procedures.
Provides discrepancy management and atlas building.
Enables simple building of CAD geofiles and MSAGs.
Available in Two Modules
GIS Data Manager is a GeoComm tool bar in Esri’s ArcGIS Desktop that exposes automated and semi-automated features and functions specific for 9-1-1 GIS data management. Some features included are: multiple methods of address assignment, address range creation, wireless cell sector maintenance, atlas generation, MSAG and CAD geofile management. In addition, this module streamlines intense, public safety specific Quality Control (QC) processes developed based on GeoComm’s long history of maintaining GIS for public safety.
MSAG Manager enables users to develop and maintain an MSAG that is synchronized with the GIS data.