Road module

The integrated software solution for the efficient management of municipal road infrastructure.

Our database-driven solution for using the information of the aboveground road infrastructure in the direct context of the underground infrastructure. The integrative approach ensures the use of all data processing, data analysis and visualisation functions available with BaSYS.

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Road cadastre

Our solution for professional portfolio administration of the road infrastructure encompasses functions for demand-driven data collection and the management, preparation and analysis of the existing data. The data model includes both control data and network data (edge-node model) and the traffic areas assigned to the road sections.

Traffic areas can be maintained as idealised line objects (also with stationing) or as any type of polygon (rectangular, trapezoidal or actual areas). The layer construction can be documented for each traffic area. All recorded data are administered in straightforward object data forms.

Hierarchical navigation provides direct access to referenced data. Straightforward and intuitive functions for data filtering, selection and analysis are provided through the user interface.

Road condition cadastre and condition assessment

The results of visual condition monitoring and condition assessment according to E EMI 2012 can be recorded and assigned to specific areas. Condition data history can be maintained. A wizard supports the condition assessment for visual condition monitoring according to E EMI 2012 and determines all required data.

Street furniture

The street furniture specialist field supports detailed data collection and the administration of street furniture inventory. Georeferencing of the following objects and recording them and their specific object data with reference to the road sections is supported: Lighting systems, light-signal systems, traffic signs according to road traffic regulations (StVO) and various other objects such as benches, bus stops, rubbish bins and bollards.

Data interfaces

Flexible, configurable import interfaces for Shape and ASCII formats ensure the transfer of collected data with many different characteristics and scopes. For example, the complete results of a stereometric camera recording with exact geometry data, object data and traffic area conditions can be transferred. A freely configurable Shape interface for data delivery is available as well.