GIS-based asset management systems are designed to create a location-based digital twin of real-world assets. This location-based intelligence helps manage everything from development and planning to managing inspection and maintenance crews.

Unfortunately, the digital reality rarely matches the physical reality of what maintenance crews face in the field. Assets are not located where indicated, or several assets grouped with no way to identify the target asset. The link between the digital record and the real world is incomplete, wrong or non-existent, leading to wasted time and continual data inaccuracy.

The solution is simple – connect the digital to the physical with RFID. InfraMarker RFID-enabled markers directly connect the physical and digital worlds, delivering fast, accurate and auditable asset management.   This approach fits into existing field workflows while leveraging existing GIS/Asset Management platforms.  InfraMarker connects infrastructure assets to their digital records, providing accurate, auditable and actionable data to asset managers, often in real time. 

This video shows how InfraMarker® Connected RFIDTM streamlines stormwater asset management. InfraMarker identifies the targeted asset, then launches the correct inspection/maintenance form that can be quickly completed in the field. Any type of asset (above or below ground) can be tagged and managed through a mobile interface connected by RFID.

Each asset record can be updated with images, video, schematics and other files to create a complete view of the asset over time. Additionally, every time that asset is read, an audit trail is created, providing automated compliance for required inspections and maintenance.

InfraMarker Connected RFID is flexible – it works with existing GIS / Asset Management platforms and can also be configured as a stand-alone asset management system.

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