Singleton Council automates its development process

By on 5 April, 2011
Open Spatial Australia announced late last week that Singleton Council has chosen its ‘As Constructed’ design certification system to automate the council’s As Built/As Constructed/Work as Executed process.
By accepting submissions digitally now, the council hopes to provide faster turnarounds to developers submitting their ‘Work as Executed’ drawings.
The ‘As Built’ submissions will also be able to submitted digitally, and, by providing templates that describe the information needed, will contain the drawing and necessary attribute information to populate the council’s asset management system and its Geographical Information System (GIS).
The current system is largely manual – involving the scanning and storing of hard copy submissions – so the new system is expected to save time, money, and resources.

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