This course is part of the Geographic Information Systems for Asset Management Certificate Program
This course is now running on-demand rather than to a live schedule, making it easier to fit into your life.
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2.4 CEUs / 24 PDHs
Rate: Member $945 | Non-Member $1195
Alfredo Cely P.E., MSEM, M.ASCE
Purpose & Background
This course will assist practitioners to evaluate, plan, and develop Geographic Information System (GIS) models for asset management applications. The course references the AASHTO Transportation Management Guide and Essentials of Geographic Information System Basics. This course focuses on the three initial preparation tasks (evaluation, planning, and development) of a new asset management GIS program. These initial tasks serve as the foundation for the subsequent implementation and operation phases of a spatial data asset management program. By the end of the course, practitioners that work with private and public infrastructure owners, such as transportation departments, water utility boards, and telecommunication companies, will be capable of identifying, selecting, evaluating, and developing spatial asset management tools and systems that are the best suited for their specific agency and need. A basic familiarity with GIS is recommended; however, the course uses common concepts that can be easily followed by any professional of the diverse A/E industry.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- List the 5 core questions that need to be addressed by the strategic implementation of GIS asset management programs.
- Describe the three key lifecycle principles of asset management.
- Determine the four parts that are evaluated for carrying out an assessment of an agency’s GIS asset management status.
- Identify an applicable performance measure, given a specific goal for a GIS asset management program.
- Recognize six of the nine project management knowledge areas within GIS asset management.
- Given a CAD file, select the appropriate methodology to import the CAD data into a GIS asset management program.
- Define the concept and use of a GEOID model.
- Recognize at least two requirements that ensure the topological integrity of lines and polygons.
- Identify the two main technologies used for mapping data through mobile imaging methods.
- List the six data performance measures used in GIS asset management programs.
Assessment of Learning Outcomes
Learning outcomes are achieved through multiple tests, interactive knowledge checks, interactive case studies, and weekly reflection exercises.
Who Should Attend?
- Public agency engineers
- Public agency planners
- Consultant engineers
- A/E contractors
- GIS analysts and project managers