Nobel Systems Contracted to Provide GeoViewer Online Enterprise Cloud Solution to City of Industry, California
San Bernardino, CA - The City of Industry recently contracted Nobel Systems to provide the municipality with Nobel’s acclaimed GeoViewer Online Enterprise Cloud Solution.
Nobel Systems is a premier GIS solutions company offering Geospatial Services, Cloud Technology (SaaS), Software Engineering, and Software Integration. Nobel Systems’ cloud solution technology helps utilities and municipalities receive comprehensive data in real time to make important decisions in the field and at the office.
The City of Industry, which is the central industrial hub of Los Angeles, will be able to conveniently view and track city assets using Nobel System’s GeoViewer Online. City asset managers will have access to data regarding aspects of its utility systems such as customer service, asset management, field operations, engineering, finance, etc. through a user‐friendly interface.
Utilizing Nobel Systems’ GeoViewer, the City will have the ability to engage with its citizens to enable meaningful dialogue regarding critical information specific to their property and increase efficiency, and streamline workflow process in the office and the field. The city will also be able to enhance data usability, accessibility, and communication throughout the organization, and provide the ability to visualize, analyze, map and interpret data to understand relationships for better decision making.
Ultimately, GeoViewer will enable the City to fulfill one of its top-most objectives: To provide Geographic Information System (GIS) data to the casual user of today’s fast-paced world. Fast and easy access to relevant data without the need of understanding the technicalities of GIS is vital in saving time and money for cities and other organizations. Nobel Systems makes this possible as it relies on a robust and an easy-to-use Enterprise Geographic Information interface that is flexible to a great extent and can be customized to any dataset. Non-GIS staff can learn how to utilize the GeoViewer Online with less than four hours of training.
The GeoViewer Online Enterprise Cloud Solution’s main features include:
- Access to interactive water atlas maps from staff desktops through a web browser
- Ability to locate and view an area of interest anywhere within the water system service area
- Map updates seamlessly delivered to system users without any lag time
- An extensible system that can be enhanced to provide broader functionality and adapt to future software and functionality enhancements
- Ability for direct integration with geographic data repositories, asset management information, linked image libraries, and other information associated with water system infrastructures
GeoViewer Online Enterprise Cloud Solution’s many standard features include a layered legend display; spatial bookmark creation; Google Street View; and property search by parcel number, situs address, or owner name. Other features: Support of ESRI Shapefiles, Coverages, Geodatabases, and CAD Drawings; an intuitive select toolbar; ability to link any number of layers to an unlimited number of external databases; hyperlink scanned documents to features for easy retrieval.
About Nobel Systems
Nobel Systemsis a privately held company established in 1992 with a focus on Geospatial Services, Cloud Technology (SaaS), Software Engineering, and Software Integration. With over 20 years’ experience in the development and integration of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Nobel is one of the leaders in the digital communications industry. It has enabled over 100 organizations with smart technology that integrates into existing networks and devices, allowing for real-time collection and sharing of data. Its Cloud solutions ensure the highest level of efficiency, cost-effectiveness and streamlining for businesses and organizations.
Nobel Systems Inc. Contact:
436 E. Vanderbilt Way
San Bernardino, CA 92408
New Valve Exerciser Machine Adaptor
Nobel Systems’ new Valve Exerciser Machine adaptor allows you to view information transferred from your valve machine directly into our iPad GIS solution, GeoViewer Mobile.
This adaptor, taps into the Valve Exercise Machine and extracts the Turns, Torque and Direction when the machine is exercising the valve. The information is automatically populated into the valve GIS data in the iPad and synchronized with GeoViewer Online.
It doesn’t require any special software to be installed, and it communicates directly with the machine itself through the latest Bluetooth Low Energy technology.
This adaptor works with Pacific Tek valve exerciser machines. Contact Nobel Systems for more information at 909-963-0787, Dave Manuwa or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
New GeoViewer Mobile Release
Nobel Systems has redesigned GeoViewer Mobile from the ground up to offer customers with the best possible experience, sporting an exciting new interface and new features. While the user interface has been changed to allow the users to more easily focus on their work, it is still intuitive enough that anyone will be able to pick up the new GeoViewer Mobile and start using it immediately.
The new GeoViewer Mobile offers many new tools, a modern look and feel and an optimized engine that operates much quicker.
Realizing the power of GeoViewer Mobile as a mobile GIS App, many new requests for tools have come to help optimize daily tasks. Clients have requested tools that allowed them to handle more of their daily work, manage their time and provide them with information on the go. Some of the new tools include: vehicle tracking, monitoring of their SCADA systems, tracking valves in odd states, receiving and completing service orders, creating overtime requests and maintaining a users’ daily log.
GeoViewer iPad preview
Michael Samuel receives the Exporter of the Year Award
Michael was named Exporter Of The Year, in 2015
Our CEO Michael Samuel received the Exporter of the Year award for his accomplishment, leadership, and support of U.S. exports. He stated, “I’m really surprised and humbled by it.” During his acceptance speech, Samuel expressed his appreciation for the U.S. Department of Commerce, and laughed about getting business in the Netherlands through connections he gained in Indonesia.
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