• Ability to import ESRI asset data into Granite XP from a master GIS database
• “Single click” CD/DVD burning makes it simple
• “Single click” report creation and picture printing
• Create standard and custom reports with built-in templates which include your logo and can be saved in PDF, HTML, or ASCII file format and can be emailed from Granite XP
• Export data in multiple formats including Oracle, SQL, Access, PACP, WRc Sewer.dat, Sewer1.dat, Hansen, Azteca Cityworks, and ASCII
• Powerful search using keywords and filtering capabilities by projects, assets, inspections, and observations
• Easy to use
• Pluggable architecture for extensions development without re-architecting or changing the entire application Perform reverse setups in a single inspection, “upstream against the flow” or “downstream with the flow” to display upstream and downstream observations on the same inspection
• View live video and images simultaneously or select an observation on the pipe graph to access that precise point in a MPEG I, II & IV* video instantly
• Customize Granite XP with components of its source code to leverage your internal IT resources who maintain your existing systems
• Two optional annual support plans to choose from
• Granite XP includes powerful and flexible Quick Find and Filter capabilities that allow you to search the Granite XP database for desired inspection record(s) based on specific criteria. This robust functionality will play an important role with utilities that need to prioritize their rehabilitation plans for an effective CMOM program. Click here to download the Granite XP Filtering Capabilities brochure (329 kb).
Click here to view detailed information on additional features that are critical to deploying a comprehensive program following the USA EPA's Capacity, Management, Operations, and Maintenance (CMOM) standards that efficiently conforms to Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB-34) regulations!
The built-in MapView functionality lets users generate and view inspections on pipelines and/or manholes.
Screen shot depicting the pipe inspection map and camera image.
ESRI bi-directional interface screen shot.