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Infastructure Asset Management

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a comprehensive system to manage all your assets from a single point? A system that not only gives you geographic intelligence about the location of your infrastructure, but also conditional information relating to your infrastructure. Wouldn’t it be nice to have the ability to predict problems, highlight areas of concern and plan proactive maintenance based on your assets current level of deterioration? Yes, the reality is, there are traditional methods of asset management which comprise the use of paper maps, CAD files, pdf’s, mental maps etc, but do these methods give you the full picture? A geographic information system (GIS) lets us visualize, question, analyze, and interpret data to understand relationships, patterns, and trends.


A GIS system effectively implemented would give the user ability to view all their assets in digital format, it would allow the user not only the ability to view their infrastructure geographically but also query information related to that infrastructure. Unlike paper-based maps, you would have the ability to zoom into a specific infrastructure, click on the infrastructure and have instant access to a wide range of information relating to it. We live in a digital age.


The way we live, work, and interact is constantly being impacted by digital technology. GIS is such a technology. It focuses on cutting edge data processing while maintaining a strong commitment to ease of use. The implementation of GIS into infrastructure management ensures the effective maintenance of all assets in a highly sustainable manner, which will become your management partner in the foreseeable and distant future. It is the last asset management tool you will require. A GIS system is an open ended one, in the sense that it changes as your infrastructure does.


All additions to, or omissions from your assets can be edited into the system to keep your records accurate. It is accessible from one, or many points over a network. Digitally capturing asset data allows all staff to access important information without the need for large, tedious paper maps. All you need is a PC, laptop, smartphone, or tablet. Updates are swift and paperless. New staff will know exactly where all assets are located and there will be no “unknowns” when a knowledgeable staff member leaves, because everyone with access to your GIS system will know where the assets are.   


With a GIS system the possibilities are endless users may add as many utilities as required and switch the required off or on at their convenience for optimal viewing. Your pain is our pain, at Camjet the fundamental core of our business is centered around empowering & educating clients on some of the innovative ways that we may together achieve sustainable development. GIS is not just another piece of software aimed at eating away at your maintenance budget. It is a project companion which helps you make informed decisions for the present, plan for the future, and sustain the longevity of your holding. Guessing and hoping will not form part of any future maintenance plan and you will notice improved accuracy and effectiveness.

What Our Clients Say

Camjet Asset Management
Camjet Water and Waste Solutions Durban Capetown Johannesburg
"We appreciate the outstanding service your good company has provided during the disaster resulting from the recent floods in Durban. Your reaction from the time we first engaged was professional, you thereafter promptly embarked on the huge task and delivered and exceptional service. We are truly appreciative by the level of commitment and professionalism demonstrated by you and your team. Please accept our sincere gratitude in appreciation of these tireless efforts. It has been a pleasure doing business with you."
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