The management of extraordinary maintenance processes is based on the master data into which the territory has been divided (Smu elements); these elements are the key to planning, designing and managing the accounting of these extraordinary maintenance processes.
This type of organization makes it possible to manage a monitoring process of the work that, for each geographical element subject to maintenance, identifies the master relative to that individual job, providing a summary of the technical and economic details.
To achieve this objective, a series of geo-management applications were developed that provide a complete tool for monitoring the process.
This process is not confined to the responsibilities of the operating company but, given that the objective is the maintenance of a city, its fundamental actors are the public administration and all the agencies that operate on the territory.
For this reason, some of the elements that constitute the system are based on web technology. Addressed to various types of users, the Puma application monitors the design process, Marte the construction process.
A fundamental element of the process is the feedback mechanism that retrieves the information (on both the construction and the geographical elements) at each phase of the construction process and feeds it into the geographical information system.