The project, which was identified as a critical need in the 2005 GIS Strategic Plan completed by GeoAnalytics, is a priority initiative for key stakeholders in the County. Short-term services will focus on creating a master list of official street names and address ranges within the County. The street name master list, along with emergency response zone information, will be integrated into a comprehensive street centerline GIS data layer and published for immediate use by the County CompuDyne (Tiburon) 9-1-1/CAD Dispatch System. As part of this effort, content standards for street names, abbreviations, and address ranges will be developed. On-going data maintenance procedures will also be clarified.
Long-term project services to be provided by GeoAnalytics will involve investigating other County department requirements for a master street centerline GIS data layer beyond street names and address ranges. This will produce design specifications that support a number of County business needs such as pavement management, routing, emergency management, etc.
“The enhanced street centerline GIS database resulting from this initiative will provide significant value to the County, especially in the area of public safety and emergency response, said GeoAnalytics’ President Peter Thum. “It is an important next step in implementing a comprehensive geographic and land information system within Dodge County.” GeoAnalytics has been assisting the County for the past 10 years.
About GeoAnalytics, Inc.GeoAnalytics (www.geoanalytics.com) is an IT consulting firm that specializes in the planning, design, and implementation of enterprise information systems in support of spatially enabled business and predictive intelligence, asset and resource management, and decision-making. GeoAnalytics is headquartered in Madison, WI and has team members located in Chicago, IL, Austin, TX, Charlotte, NC, Tampa and Jacksonville, FL, and Milwaukee, WI.
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