Netcad Urban Automation System (KEOS), developed as responsive for local administrations, is designed intended for the executive units and organizations. All the bodies under local administrations are mainly based on Urban Automation System (KEOS) regardless of their scale. But the system has a responsive structure for developing and new modular solutions could be added to the system depending on the service capacity of enterprises.
Urban Automation System is developed to create a unique structure that allows interaction for all the bodies of local administrations and to ensure data transaction for all the institutions located in the same region.
This structure is crucial to resolve the problems of unsteady applications and to improve the quality. Although the municipalities are flexible enough to generate and get data, the process of execution inside.
Netcad includes configuration of desktop CAD, GIS, Engineering,
Planning, Cadastre applications integrated with web-based map and
textual information servers on a central relational database system.
KEOS enables all local government units to work in an integrated manner,
mainly aims to increase institutional efficiency and service quality.
Besides all Netcad products, it consists of specific products and services developed for municipalities. Thanks to KEOS representing Netcad's view of the Urban Information Systems, numeric and non-numeric data in different formats scattered at municipality locations are collected in a central database, becomes an integrated system with internal and external integrations.
enables to store, back-up and reuse valuable data generated by the
users while performing the routine tasks of each unit. No data is ever
required to be regenerated. For example, parcels are never lost in the
system. Partitioned and resolved parcels are not deleted from the
system. Only their status changes from active to passive. It continues
its existence with two replacement parcels. The user may provide service
to a citizen with an old deed by means of the passive records.
Technical Works Directorates are the municipality units with the largest budgets. Several sites are managed, controlled and pictured concurrently; materials used and workmanship are reported instantly. In this busy schedule, control engineers generally enter the data they generated in an xls table, prepare a presentation with photos and use it. However, after six months it becomes difficult to access that data. While this is the case for those who generated that data, it is impossible for the others. Users enter their daily work directly into the system, add images/reports within the KEOS and activity reports are automatically generated from this data. Since the work is map-based, three asphalt works at the same place in two years will be noticed.