ISKI Genel Müdürlügü
Asset Management Information System of Istanbul Water and Sewerage Administration
Instead of taking one day to get correct land registry information from the
registry offices, these queries can now be conducted in about 30 minutes.
The resulting time savings, calculated at a rate of 7. 5 hours per document and
nearly 2,250 documents per year, totals about 16,845 man-hours. The project
will recoup approximately 80 percent of its cost in time savings alone.
iSKi provides the water supply for the city of istanbul, turkey, and needed
accurate parcel data that contained both geospatial location and updated
real-estate properties. This project required both CAD and GIS technology on
the same platform because thousands of photogrammetric maps, cadastral
maps, and raster images were to be used in addition to GIS data. An asset
management information system was designed to include a land data input
program; an XFM-Oracle transfer program; a GIS data input program; and a
GIS administration program enabling the management, querying, analysis,
and reporting of all the data entered.
Completed in conjunction with the ISKI Infrastructure Project, the system
gives ISKI professionals quick access to accurate data through query
applications that pull up thematic maps for parcels according to district,
subdistrict, and road; information about the parcel’s current situation and
whether it is occupied; land registry information; identification of ISKI
facilities located on the parcel; case information; and rent information.
Using MicroStation and other Bentley solutions, ISKI’s assets have been
integrated into the GIS system within XFM technology, which creates real
dynamic objects through geospatial administration. As the first XFM object
modeling in Turkey, this project not only enables ISKI personnel to spend
valuable time on other jobs, but also allows for better collaboration between
departments by permitting sharing of land registry and parcel information.