Carlsbad, CA, – May 24, 2010- TC Technology announces that Warren County Water District (WCWD) selects GO! Sync as its mobile GIS standard. The initial deployment equips field crews with an easy-to-use mapping and inspection application tailored to increase efficiency in daily operations and improve response times during outages.
WCWD is located in Warren County, Kentucky and takes great pride to ensure high-quality water and wastewater services to homes and businesses throughout the county. Clean, safe drinking water and reliable wastewater service are mainstays of healthy, vibrant communities, and WCWD is committed to ensuring these services are affordable and available to the region now and in the future.
Helping WCWD achieve its goals, GO! Sync Mobile GIS puts up-to-date facility maps powered by GIS in the hands of field staff. Now navigating maps is automatic with GPS, performing isolation traces on water networks is straightforward, and documenting work with quick forms eliminates paperwork – all of which boost productivity whether responding to planned work or emergencies.
“GO! Sync allows us to deliver the most up to date and accurate information, in an easy to use format, to the people in the field who rely on it,” states B. J. Malone, GIS Coordinator. “GO! Sync enhances communication to and from the field, and map accuracy is improved due to the simplicity of creating field notes.”
Beyond mobile mapping, WCWD crews use GO! Sync to complete and submit maintenance records on digital inspection forms. During and immediately following outages, crews in the field generate lists of effected customers and notify them of special conditions or precautions they should take with their water. Finally, the WCWD meter testing program benefits from GO! Sync by easily identifying which meters are due for testing.
GO! Sync is the cost-effective mobile GIS solution perfectly suited for organizations of any size. Boasting a suite of standard ready-to-deploy tools for inspecting, sketching, searching, tracing, routing, and GPS, GO! Sync Mobile GIS makes enterprise deployment straightforward with a flexible, centrally managed application framework that allows for simple integration with popular work management and asset management solutions. These features make GO! Sync Mobile GIS a powerful workforce automation platform for organizations with a distributed workforce like utilities, governments and private enterprises. GO! Sync is the Mobile GIS Standard.
About Warren County Water District
WCWD, headquartered in Bowling Green, Kentucky, maintains over 1,100 miles of pipeline, along with 32 pumping stations and 28 storage tanks throughout a 530-square-mile area in Warren County; plus, a sewer system that includes over 150 miles of sewer. Over 25,000 water and 4,500 sewer customers are served by WCWD which also has joint operations agreements with Butler County Water System and Simpson County Water District to server an additional 8,000 customers.
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.