POWER Constructors Uses GO! Sync Mobile GIS for Transmission Line Construction

Carlsbad, CA June 21, 2010
– TC Technology, a leader in mobile GIS, announces that POWER Constructors, Inc. (PCI) is using GO! Sync Mobile GIS to perform transmission line construction inspections for an electric utility in Florida.

The intuitive ArcGIS-based solution was selected as an improvement over paper and enables inspectors to easily record progress and automatically updates project information systems. This geocentric technology has greatly enhanced inspectors’ ability to keep the entire project team armed with current status and results include a clear operational picture of construction, improved decisions based upon accurate perspective, and overall increased confidence in the project’s reported state.

In early 2009, PCI was contracted to perform the design and construction management of an important upgrade to Florida’s transmission grid. Construction started in December and runs through the early summer 2010. Every workday various inspections are conducted as a part of project record keeping and assessment.

Using GO! Sync Mobile GIS for transmission construction inspections is one of its many uses. GO! Sync Mobile GIS offers viewing, sketching, inspecting, workflow integration, and AVL solutions. Used across the nation by large and small organizations, GO! Sync Mobile is affordable, straightforward to deploy, and built with ESRI technology.

About POWER Constructors
POWER Constructors, Inc. (PCI) is a wholly owned subsidiary of POWER Engineers, Inc. established specifically to execute Engineer-Procure-Construct (EPC) and utility scale Construction Management & Inspection projects. PCI is an industry leader in these project types with broad experience across the US.

About TC Technology
TC Technology is a proven leader in Mobile GIS, providing both products
and services to a broad range of markets across the nation. TC
Technology’s solutions are built using GO! Sync, The Mobile
GIS Standard, which provides organizations complimentary options for
deploying easy-to-use geospatial information into the hands of its
field force where significant return on investment is achieved.