The City of Calimesa in Riverside County, Calif. has contracted to utilize Nobel Systems’ GeoViewer Enterprise to enhance its existing GIS mapping systems and manage city assets. The city will use GeoViewer Online and Mobile to manage city infrastructure and assets via the software’s user-friendly interface.
GeoViewer’s secure cloud-based software provides Calimesa city staff access to department spatial datasets, Google Map imagery, Google Street View, and local government geospatial data.
GeoViewer Online is desktop-enabled and unifies the management and analysis of field operations in real-time. GeoViewer brings everything from work orders to asset tracking, cost management, inventory tracking, and customer billing under one umbrella.
GeoViewer Mobile enables staff to submit and track work orders from the field, manage equipment and labor information, as well as create and submit reports. All data is synchronized in real-time, avoiding costly delays.
Nobel Systems will also host the city’s public GIS maps. Currently, the City of Calimesa provides GIS maps that show city boundaries, road maps, parcel information, land use and zoning, Census tracks, trails, and trailheads, among other data.
The City of Calimesa is located in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountains in the north-west region of Riverside County, California. It serves a population of approximately 8,231. Future development is projected to double the city’s population by 2025.
Nobel Systems is an industry leader in Geospatial Services, Software Engineering, Software Integration, and Cloud Spatial Solutions (SaaS). Nobel delivers real-world solutions that integrate with existing networks and devices, enabling the collection and sharing of data. Its Cloud or SaaS-based solutions provide easy access to data with minimal training, and no additional software or hardware is required.