M1MT: Metropolis management system

M1MT: Metropolis management system – it is a modern technological solution designed to improve the urban infrastructure of the metropolis by automating the activities of municipal leaders in the field of urban planning, land management, transport and communications, the environmental safety of the city and the effective distribution of its natural and economic resources. Use the geographic information system to solve a set of tasks for collecting, storing, displaying and analyzing spatial information to make effective management decisions. M1MT: The Metropolis management system provides a unique opportunity for the authorities to receive feedback from the citizens of the city through the appeals system. The GIS user can indicate the place of unauthorized storage of garbage, the abandoned car, from the place of violation of law and order, cut trees, indicate the need for a garbage container, a pedestrian crossing, etc. Thus, GIS allows you to efficiently process hundreds of such requests, collect data about the problem and monitor its solution.

An additional advantage of the product implementation is the possibility of creating on its basis a mobile mapping application for Android and iOS operating systems for more convenient use of the resource by residents of the city.

Implement the M1MT: Metropolis management system in the Department of Urban Development and Architecture and its associated management departments

  • get the foundation for effective decision-making;
  • keep up to date planning mapping materials: address and regular vector plans, the master plan of the city, territorial planning schemes, detailed territory plans;
  • provide a convenient form of maintaining a register of urban planning conditions and restrictions, construction passports, temporary and street facilities;
  • monitor compliance with existing building regulations, taking into account the red lines, security and sanitary protection zones;
  • get operational data on urban planning, keep track of real estate;
  • predict the direction of development of engineering infrastructure and effectively manage utilities;
  • monitor construction, planning, land management, nature conservation, and historical heritage.

Achieve the efficiency of the Department of Transport and Communications through GIS

  • comprehensively analyze and plan the development of the network of highways of the metropolis by the visualization of a transport routes map;
  • provide information support to the Office of Highways and Operational Services by visualizing the parameters of the road (evenness, strength, roadway grip, road geometry: the number of lanes for traffic, the width of the lane, the roadway and the curb, etc.);
  • perform automated information retrieval and detailed view of data on road infrastructure objects in a combination mode with popular map resources (Google Maps, OpenStreetMap, BingMaps)
  • keep and reflect the complex cadastral information (boundaries of land plots, of the roadbed, roadway, slopes, etc.) about the road;
  • design engineering networks taking into account existing communications, terrain and soil type;
  • automate the daily work of public utilities, reduce the risks associated with their safety.
  • respond quickly to accidents and emergencies.

M1MT: Metropolis management system serves as a tool for managing the database of public services and transport Department, allows you to display and supplement schemes of roads, power lines, plumbing, sewers, view attribute information (last inspection date, condition, specifications), organize certification of roads and systems.

Optimize the work of the Department of Ecology and Natural Resources

  • keep an up-to-date database on the nature of pollution and emissions from various types of industrial enterprises of the city;
  • monitor the environment and prevent emergencies;
  • track adverse and dangerous geological and geomorphological processes (ravines, landslides, karst, surface subsidence, flooding, etc.);
  • carry out information support of state bodies, interested enterprises, institutions and organizations information necessary for solving the issues of sustainable development of objects of the reserve or the city as a whole;
  • provide access to environmental information and decision-making process.

Modern technological solutions in the service of the Department of Public Order and Civil Protection of the Metropolis

  • get up-to-date spatial information about possible natural and man-made emergency conditions;
  • determine the shortest routes for the emergency services and emergency response forces;
  • quickly build evacuation routes from emergency areas to safe places, including civil defense storage, various shelters, and the like;
  • predict the development of emergency situations in order to prevent or reduce the negative impact on the population, territory and environment;
  • create banks of digital spatial information about the territories and objects that are most experienced by natural and man-made impacts (landslides, fires, etc.) and those parts of the terrain on which objects dangerous from the point of view of emergency situations (dams, gas and oil storages, chemical enterprises and others);
  • discover the state inconsistency of equipment and tools that directly affect the safety of the population (for example, confirmation of compliance with the safety of buildings, structures, fire safety requirements, the condition of fire hydrants) using the audit subsystem synchronized with GIS.

Improve the urban environment with the M1MT: Metropolis management system

  • report any kind of emergency situations with automatic mapping of them to the city map using the citizen appeal system;
  • mark the places of unauthorized storage of garbage, the abandoned car, the places of violation of law and order, cut trees;
  • places of additional location of the garbage container, pedestrian crossing and etc.;
  • inform the executive authorities about the poor performance of their municipal services, assess the quality of their services;
  • track real-time location of snow and garbage trucks, ambulances, public transport.

Services to be provided prior to GIS development

  • Consulting
  • Scanning of paper documents and maps
  • Georeferencing of cartographic materials
  • Digitization
  • Provisioning of interactive map database