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For transportation infrastructures management

 Our clients 

imajing works with organizations which need to use surveying and GIS technologies for transportation infrastructures maintenance and management purpose – roadways, railways, waterways and utilities.

These organizations share the vision of imajing and support the idea of giving simplicity and access to a spatial database, for a cost-effective and simpler use.

imajing solutions are used by engineering companies, land surveyors, web solution integrators, transportation network managers and local governments.

 How are being used imajing solutions ? 
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Infrabel

Description

Infrabel is the belgium railway network infrastructure manager.
Infrabel yearly surveys and maps its entire network with imajing® solutions since 2012, through organized campaigns. Today, Infrabel uses imajing tool chain to adapt its network to European standards and to perform assets maintenance.
Infrabel has published on imajnet more than 33,800 km of surveys, and daily uses it.

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Réseau Ferré de France

Description

Réseau Ferré de France (RFF) is the French railway infrastructure manager.
RFF has beeen working with imajing® since 2011. The organization has its own equipment for railway surveying, and updates every year parts of its network for maintenance and European standards achievement.
So far, RFF has more than 20,000 km of railways surveyed.

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CNIGS - Haiti

Description

The CNIGS (national geospatial information centre) is an autonomous institution part of the Ministry of Planning and External Cooperation of Haiti. Its mission consists in producing and spreading updated and reliable geographic information on the national territory through the use of appropriate modern technologies. The CNIGS also needs to ensure the availability of methods, tools, products and training which must support the planning of sustainable development actions of the country. The acquisition of an imajing equipment was made as part of the PITDD (territorial information program for the sustainable development), established by the CNIGS and co-funded by the state of Haiti and the European Commission.
The team responsible of the project surveyed a total of 3 350 km thanks to the imajing solutions. They now have a complete images coverage and data base of the Haitian national road network.

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