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utilities are plagued with stove-piped processes that results in repetitive
entering of data into multiple subsystems. Data isolation results in data
backlogs, increased risk of design inaccuracies, and difficulty to accurately
estimate the cost of projects. To overcome these challenges, utilities
need integrated solutions that optimize “design-build-operate-maintain-track”
Implementation of an integrated architecture allows
a utility to shift their labor time and costs from hand entering redundant data
in multiple systems to focusing on improving system reliability. An
integrated architecture allows even the smallest utility to achieve improved
safety, accuracy, and efficiency in their asset management workflow.
Autodesk Infrastructure Design Suite can be integrated with key systems, such
as geographic information systems, asset management systems and work management
systems, to enable the seamless exchange of data beyond the design
In this on-demand webinar, Pat Reid Director of
Delivery with Spatial Business Systems, explores first-hand how systems
integration can benefit the utility workflows infrastructure. Mr. Reid
will demonstrate a fully integrated workflow to include: Design and GIS
integration; utilization of GPS in design; automated material ordering; and
integrated land and design profile.
Don’t miss your
opportunity to explore the benefits of AUD first-hand – register below!
Pat Reid, Spatial
Pat Reid joined Spatial Business Systems, Inc. as the
Director of Delivery on November 2011. Pat oversees all aspects related to SBS'
integration services group. He brings over 30 years of experience in project
management and sales to the SBS team.
Prior to joining SBS Pat spent time working as a Project
Manager for Autodesk, Convergent Group and Northrop Grumman Mission Systems.
His focus has been on integration activities related to the Utility and