geoAMPS will exhibit at the meeting of the American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Subcommittee on Right of Way, Utilities and Outdoor Advertising. The meeting will be held April 26-30 in Minneapolis, MN.
Guy Allen, Business Development Director, and Nathan Mirolo, Product Lead, are looking forward to meeting with transportation officials to discuss software solutions to improve project and organizational efficiencies.
Tracking right of way; public assets, including transportation corridors and utilities; and outdoor advertising along the nation’s federal highway system poses significant challenges for state departments of transportation (DOT).
This meeting is being held in conjunction with the National Alliance of Highway Beautification Agencies (NAHBA) Annual Conference on the Control of Outdoor Advertising. Guy and Nathan will be attending that meeting, eager to share information about how geoAMPS software helps transportation departments meet federal requirements for managing outdoor advertising.
Attendees of the AASHTO subcommittee meeting and NAHBA conference can request a free demonstration to see the geoAMPS solution in action.
geoAMPS is a technology company in the Columbus, OH, area that offers software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. The company offers a suite of 11 industry-specific software products.
rowAMPS provides end-to-end management of right of way projects, which is essential in building new transportation infrastructure or improving existing infrastructure.
dotAMPS is a single solution for management of road and mass transportation projects. It provides effective tools to manage all aspects of road projects, including land acquisition and Federal Highway Administration requirements. dotAMPS also provides capability to help transportation departments conduct an outdoor advertising control program in compliance with federal law for such advertising along interstates and federal highways. It automates many of the processes involved in billboard control.
rxrAMPS allows transportation agencies and rail companies to streamline the process of managing the construction and maintenance of new railroad track and facilities. rxrAMPS provides a real-time, electronic tracking environment that enables collaboration, time savings and error reduction across projects.
geoAMPS also offers platAMPS, software specially designed for survey project planning and management. With platAMPS, supervisors can manage assignments to survey crews at numerous locations. Using mobile devices, field agents can update survey information, including maps and plats, in real time, and submit those updates for approval. They can keep accurate records of elevation markers, reference points, pins and documentation of property lines and easements. The software also organizes compliant survey documents.
Each of these products is Web-based software supported by a centralized database, allowing for projects to be completed in a real-time, paperless environment that enables collaboration, efficiency and error reduction. Each product offers optional detached platform for field agents, an optional mobile application for on-the-go users and optional GIS capability.
Each product is an effective tool to help transportation departments manage assets and outdoor advertising with limited staff and budgets. That helps departments conduct operations on limited tax dollars.
The AASHTO subcommittee meeting and NAHBA conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, 1300 Nicollet Mall.
Dan Liggett is Communications and Public Relations Consultant for geoAMPS, a technology company located in the Columbus, Ohio, area that specializes in software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. For more information, visit www.geoamps.com.
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