With an estimated 1 million cross bores in the United States, utility run cross bore detection and mitigation programs play an essential role in public safety.
Effective cross bore programs require mobile-friendly tools ready for use in the field.
An end-to-end, map-based approach to legacy cross bore inspection and mitigation
How geospatial work management can address the 13 GIS technology gaps for cross bore programs
A step-by-step guide to implementing new mapping technology within your utility
Latent cross bores are a significant risk - each one able to cause millions of dollars in damages, to say nothing on the cost of lost lives. Utility run cross bore detection and mitigation programs are one of the few lines of defense against this surprisingly widespread issue.
With so much work happening in the field, these programs need mobile-friendly tools. GIS provides a valuable foundation, but lacks convenient and accessible data capture and sharing. Explore how cloud-based mapping technology can address these gaps: increasing efficiency and decreasing risk for all.