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Why use GIS for infrastructure management

Discover how the City of Surrey went from having zero estimate of how many pavement markings they had, to a complete inventory of their over 50,000 markings—all with the click of a button. Charlotte Choy from the Data Analytics and Reporting Team at the City of Surrey, British Columbia, discusses how geographic information systems (GIS) and computer vision have revolutionized the City's approach to road marking and maintenance. Get a glimpse of the City’s journey to transform their manual, labour-intensive process into an automated, efficient inventory and condition rating system powered by Esri’s advanced GIS technology. Using high-resolution aerial photos and computer vision models, the City has gone from having no inventory of pavement markings whatsoever to knowing exactly where their over 50,000 pavement markings are and what state they’re in—and it’s all been surprisingly easy. Want to learn more about how the City of Surrey is harnessing the transformative power of technology to improve their urban infrastructure management processes? Watch the in-depth presentation: #GIS #UrbanPlanning #ArcGIS #ComputerVision #SurreyBC #CityOfSurrey #RoadSafety #Infrastructure #PublicWorks #AssetManagement #TechnologyInnovation #DeepLearning #MachineLearning Subscribe to our channel for insights into how cities like Surrey are integrating GIS and machine learning into their infrastructure management practices. Comment below to let us know how technology is helping you optimize your organization’s asset management workflows. Discover how GIS is helping enhance city operations: