Until recently, Flughafen Zürich used a paper-based workflow to inspect and repair the airport’s 2.5 square kilometers (1 square mile) of road surfaces and more than 50,000 slabs of concrete. The process was inefficient and often yielded outdated data. Flughafen Zürich needed a digital solution that would provide accurate locations of runway and pavement damage, have offline capabilities, be user-friendly, and record data quickly.
The company reached out to Geocom Informatik, which developed a GEONIS framework together with ArcGIS Enterprise and WebOffice. With this solution, Zurich Airport can record pavement damages and organise damage reports and evaluations used to authorize construction contracts for renovation.
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