ČD-Telematika a.s. successfully implemented VEST, an information system supporting statement administration and related processes and legal obligations resulting in up to 50% savings on the statement processing costs. The company also implemented a GIS system based on the HSI solution platform and Bentley technology. Location data for ČD-T and SŽDC telecommunication networks was consolidated and network technical documentation procedures were unified.
Česká telekomunikační infrastruktura a.s. (CETIN), which manages and operates the largest data and telecommunication network in the Czech Republic, chose to fully automate its telecomunnications infrastructure statement processing. HSI designed and implemented a solution that enabled the unification of the organizational and technical environments for the statement processing. The entire process of providing information on the network was made faster and simpler, resulting in significant operation cost savings.
Migration of geographic information system in Pražská energetika, a. s.
PRE group implemented a project to unify the diverse record-keeping systems for proprietary relations (contracts) and immovable property (land and buildings) thanks to a Jednotná evidence nemovitostí (JEN - Unified Immovable Property Records) system created by HSI. The JEN system is integrated into the GIS environment, which ensures graphic and descriptive information about individual objects is interlinked.
HSI implemented VEST system supporting the process of providing statements about the existence of network lines including fully automated data processing and networks location map outputs for PREdistribuce, a. s. This solution includes a portal application for receiving applications including an integrated map window with a configurable map composition enabling the applicant to outline the relevant area. Further, there is a fully automated line for processing and registration of individual requirements for issuing statements, including support of follow-up processes and record-keeping.
Severočeské doly a.s. implemented an extensive project dealing with the unification of diverse GIS systems into one unified platform presented by ESRI technology. Simultaneously, a complex data storage system was created. A DULMAP system for digital quarry modeling was used, offering the ability to create mine maps according to the relevant technical legislation.
SITEL, spol. s.r.o. offers builders the option to submit an electronic application and to pick up automatically processed statements about the existence of network lines thanks to the solution delivered by HSI. The efficiency of applications processing is considerably increased due to automation and lowers costs associated with statement processing.
Slovak Telekom offers the public the ability to electronically apply for and receive statements about the existence of network lines thanks to the solution delivered by HSI. Automation provided more efficient statement processing and a substantial reduction in processing costs.
SUDOP PRAHA a.s. implemented a GDiS system that significantly saves time and increases work efficiency when completing tasks related to the administration of proprietary relations for land affected by construction. The system keeps up-to-date information about lots and owners affected by the construction planning project.
Unipetrol RPA, s.r.o. needed to unite and interlink its data on area, constructions, and infrastructure into one unified geographic information database. By implementing the AMI system, these data consolidation requirements were met, the property management decision-making process became more efficient, and investment costs were lowered.
Based on growing needs for data publishing and updates in the GIS intranet environment, Unipetrol group decided to implement a solution that will provide efficient publishing and simple administration of geographic data for all its companies and sites. Unipetrol decided to extend its AMI information system for property management and supporting services by adding a new mapping server. After analysing the products available on the market, a decision was made to implement Geo Web Publisher from Bentley Systems.
Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem, which owns a vast campus and dozens of pieces of real estate, decided on passportization of new and existing buildings. HSI implemented the AMI system for object passport data management and as a central entry point for maintenance requests interlinked with other internal company information systems. Data about immovable property and other university property was unified and strategic company management became more efficient.
HSI deployed the AMI system at the University of Pardubice to provide higher quality information support for property management processes. The system is integrated into the university information environment and serves as a tool for the university management to provide information necessary for its efficient operation.
Východoslovenská energetika Holding, a.s. implemented the AMI solution for property management and gained a comprehensive overview of its buildings and sites, including significant reduction in management costs. Thanks to AMI, the company is able to manage its maintenance and repair processes efficiently and have an up-to-date overview of the quality of individual request resolution.
Geographic information system implementation in Coal Services
Further development of mapping services in ČEZ
ČEZ Geoportal for the general public constructors
Technology link for geodetic data collection and processing in E.ON Czech Republic
Deployment of modular system for issuing statements concerning location of underground networks in NET4GAS
Integrated administration of spatial and technical data in Pražská teplárenská
Register of railway bridges for Správa železniční dopravní cesty
Creation of applications and standards for land reparcelling activities for Státní pozemkový úřad
Property management and premises rentals system in Technopol Servis
AMI operational system and mobile solution for data collection in THMÚ
Integration of spatial data and property management for Teplárna Strakonice