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2023 Case Studies

Get your free copy of our Sorell Waste Management Case Study NOW.

Sorell Council had successfully collected waste from the properties in their jurisdiction, however, felt that they needed a technical solution to reduce the high burden of the administration associated with the task. Where previously, someone in Council worked from an Excel spreadsheet to map out a route for the waste collection drivers, everything is now automated with InsightGIS. The route is automatically converted to geospatial data and the Drivers are each provided with an ipad detailing their collection points and most optimal route.

Get your free copy of our Discover Communities Case Study NOW.

Insight GIS developed the Discover Communities solution for online mapping and public engagement for local governments in Australia.  Discover Communities is not seen as a mapping tool but as a communication tool that uses maps.  It allows local governments to not only deliver information to but also engage with their residents.   This case study shows what has been achieved to date.

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With intuitive mapping capabilities and powerful location-based analytics, digital engagement is now possible wherever you or your residents are. Interacting with digital imagery of maps, seeing customisable buffers around locations, or correlating data between two points is easy and requires no remote sensing. In addition, local governments can use Insight GIS’s spacial data solutions to ensure that all relevant data is accurately represented, which leads to informed decisions, made by the community.

Get your free copy of our Derwent Valley Council Case Study NOW.

Derwent Valley Council Maintenance Department continues to go from strength to strength since the implementation of Insight GIS’s spacial data solutions. Their Council remit is broad and includes the maintenance of:
• Overhead hazards
• Roads – holes, stormwater and general condition
• Cemeteries
• Road gradings
• Tree safety
• Signs
• Road vegetation
• Table drains
• Footpaths
There are 12 Maintenance Council workers on the ground as the Derwent jurisdiction is large and diverse and made up of both residential and farm land, with gravel roads making up for two thirds of the road surfaces.