Our municipalities are at the forefront of technological institutions since technology makes it easier to serve citizens better. Municipalities with vision are investing in systems and solutions that makes a difference in service.
Municipalities today are using various software such as Call Center, MIS, GIS, Archive. Diversity is inevitable, however, after a while diversity brings difficulties. Even if the software is produced by the same company, they generally do not integrate with each other. Attempts to solve problems with data acquisition, data health and other service purchases are being pursued and data continues to flow at high intensity.
We connect GEODI with all the software used by the municipality. With GEODI, obstacles in front of access to information are removed within the authorities.
Connected software means that when a call is made, the call is processed at the same time within all sources. A citizen who is a real estate taxpayer, for instance, may have had a complaint or made a registration application. With GEODI, you can find information about this citizen no matter how many different writings there are or whether the files are spread or not.
Social Media is included as well as all the software we mention. In this way,
The objective of GEODI is to improve all processes by facilitating and accelerating information.
"Last Week" or "Yesterday" or "Tomorrow" can be a GEODI search call. You will be writing the same and bringing you related documents and database records. History is one of the most important information, and it goes through many different forms within the documents. GEODI removes all this difference for you and gives you a single question. In that case, you get rid of things like entering data into index fields. GEODI offers you an unlimited index area at any time.
Is there anything left that is not related to the map? Property, Address, Maintenance, Cleaning, Marketplace, License and many things that you can think of for a municipality are related to the location/map. These needs are met through GIS/Map software. However, how will units relate a location data on a citizen's registration application with a social-media related complaint? The solution of classical software is manual operation. Manual operation requires additional resources, is open to fault and takes a long time.
GEODI does this for you automatically. Map of Complaints, Map of Activities, Map of the Archive, Map of the Council Decisions and many other maps are fully automatic. No matter which GIS software you use.
We are also mapping a social-media based data such as "I live in 15 Hunsbarrow Rd. It is really hard to walk home at nights as street lamps are not lit".
Possible to work without mobile devices? We provide flexible solutions that can be adapted to many areas such as Police, Cleaning, Construction, Parking and Gardens, Social Assistance, Social Care and Survey. MOBIDI is a mobile application that can now work without internet access on all kind of devices run Android or iOS. You download and install this software from mobile application stores. The rest of the empowerment and who is going to do business is centrally managed. It can start working 10 minutes after setting up and the application is as easy as anyone can use.
Notes, photos, audio and videos that mobile unites send from the scene come out on both maps and queries, along with other data sources. You can get detailed reports at any time.
GEODI is fully automatic in the process of OCR and processing of scanned documents. But do not think of the archive as separate software from other businesses. The archive is a reference source you might need and GEODI does exactly that.
In classical archives, the metadata/index field is entered. Th date of the document, who, by whom, the parcel number place, etc. all are written. This manual operation is both error likely and time-consuming. GEODI fits the work perfectly. Moreover, how many parcel numbers are in the document, it reveals all the dates that go into the content.
We must deal with a large number of different files in the increasing volume and variety of data in the digital age. Word, Excel, PDF, NCZ, AutoCAD, UDF, ZIP, RAR are among the first to be counted. Mobile or Web GEODI users can view all these formats, 200+ in total, without additional work. In an architectural project, they can note the height of the roof opposite to the plan or a mistake in the geological survey report. They get the notes they want automatically. Units would have been in danger of getting lost between e-mails and document versions without GEODI.
GEODI and MOBIDI are among the most secure software tested. It uses the institution's LDAP or similar systems to access information and documents. An access that you do not authorize will not be allow.
GEODI's version of the institution works on the institutional server. There is no information out there.
GEODI has been developed using state of the art technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing. With these patent applications, many tasks that classical software cannot do or which require operator are fully automated.
Inventory is an important issue for every municipality. Traffic signs are part of this inventory. GEODI can recognize Traffic Signs from pictures and videos or 360-degree panoramic images. They can tell you whether it is for you or not. Thanks to the software's learning ability, you can also count the trash cans or other city furniture.
Applications such as AYKOME are much easier with GEODI and MOBIDI. There is no such thing as institutions having to enter data into each other's GIS systems or learn to enter data. Coordinates in a PDF or DWG are enough. Even without the coordinates, the phrase "in the Bank street" will often suffice.
GEODI automatically finds copy and similar documents. No matter how many copies or the like of the same file it reveals.
Imagine that hundreds of documents, diagrams, and corrections documents have been constantly produced during the construction projects and they have been continuously shared between internal and external stakeholders through emails...