iOpenAsset provides support for the capture and management of assets. iOpenAsset was developed primarily for large corporations and governmental agencies, managing large scale assets such as buildings, transportation infrastructure, electrical networks and water and wastewater systems.
The system includes the following capabilities:
Asset Capture. iOpenAsset provides multiple methods for collection and upload of asset information into the system. Assets can be manually entered, uploaded from an Excel spreadsheet or imported using the system’s API. iOpenGov also supports 3D scene information. Where appropriate, the foot prints and or 3D scene information for each asset can be entered. Asset hierarchy can be manually entered or automatically determined by the software based on spatial parameters.
Asset capture also include a mobile interface based on ArcGIS Engine which can be customized to allow large scale structured capture of data. The field application includes work order management, GPS capture, condition evaluations and data validation.
Asset Valuation. As assets are captured, the system can based user information or predefined templates assign values, maintenance costs, degradation curves and depreciation rates. User can also incorporate costs from damage resulting from accidents or natural disasters.
3D Mapping. iOpenGov was built with ESRI mapping at its core. All data stored within the system include a geospatial component. iOpenAsset is compatible with ArcGIS Pro and support ESRI Scene information. As shown in the graphic below, iOpenAsset can display 3D visualization of uploaded facilities. The data is not simply used for visualization, it also supports geospatial queries analysis of hierarchies and can be used for estimation and other reporting.
Analysis and Workflow. iOpenAsset allows individual and/or hierarchies of assets to be selected and added to prioritization projects. For example, during a query, the user may search for all HVAC systems which are at 50% or less remaining life and create a project for replacing them which can be analyzed during prioritization process.