For the transport industry, we offer comprehensive applications for the design and engineering of traffic infrastructure as well as technical-operational solutions for the transport infrastructure area, including automatic import and export tools, and business intelligence extensions.

 

 

REFERENCE PROJECTS:
  • GDiS geodetic information system for SUDOP PRAHA
  • System for safety equipment planning (SUDOP PRAHA a.s.)
  • Register of railway bridges for Správa železniční dopravní cesty
  • Railway network operational status (SŽDC, s.o.)
  • Video surveillance system (ONEL .CZ, s.r.o.)
  • System for route planning and optimization (ČEZ, a.s.)

The key construction components of our solutions are:

  • Processing data from survey vehicles (laser scanning, point clouds)
  • Location and history of data
  • Infrastructure passports
  • Geographic unified referential background maps
  • Unified documentation of property, land, and easements
  • Integrated with operation and road security processes
  • Route planning and optimization, spatial throughput
  • Fully automatic export modules for sending data to authorized partners and import modules for processing data from external providers
  • Management summary and business intelligence extensions
  • Individual approach to process optimization – application adapted to the customer’s needs

Does the number of applications and scattered data bewilder you?

Is active and creative work with data your priority?

Are you troubled by an infinite number of support registers that make efficient planning impossible?

Do you have limited financial resources and are you searching for an optimum solution?

Do you need precise and up-to-date information for your business activity?

If yes, have a look at our portfolio of standard products, or contact us directly. Together, we will find the most suitable solution that is perfect for your company.

By implementing transport information systems from HIS, you take the first step to significant cost reduction by eliminating duplicate information and to preventing losses caused by inconsistency in timing and inaccurate data. The result is a significantly more efficient partnership between the commercial sphere and public administration, not only in the area of transport systems. The basic requirement for local reduction of registers and future trouble-free cooperation between the government, local administration and commercial subjects, is established.