Asset management is a key function where connected devices and sensors are being used to inject more efficiencies. From traffic sensors to storm drains, the impact of information from real-time sensors can have huge implications to mitigate congestion and natural disasters, respectively.
Mapillary is a street-level imagery platform powered by computer vision. Mapillary provides apps and tools for everyone, enabling individuals, businesses, and governments worldwide to contribute with street-level imagery. All images are connected in 3D and objects recognized in images are automatically labeled and turned into geospatial data. Mapillary has a viewer, APIs, and developer tools for easy use of this imagery and geospatial data in a wide range of applications.
The City of Indio is located in the southern California desert region just outside of Palm Springs. Michael Baker International, Inc. (Michael Baker) partnered with Indio to provide Mobile LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) mapping and Laser Crack Measurement System (LCMS) data collection services in support of the City’s 5-year pavement management plan and to augment the City's ongoing public works asset management systems.