With more than thirty years of experience behind it, the LUXPLAN engineering company supports its customers with high-quality, professional services combined with comprehensive specialist expertise at all project levels, from the preliminary study to the implementation phase.
The engineering firm operates internationally, offering multi-disciplinary services in the following fields:
- Road and railways infrastructures
- Site management and project control
- Town and country planning
- Traffic and mobility studies
- Hydraulic engineering and urban water management
- Environmental studies
- Forestry studies
- Geographical Information Systems
A solution was implemented, based on both the Esri ArcGIS platform and con terra map.apps and security.manager. The data storage system was restructured to use the Esri geodatabase, and ArcGIS for Server services was configured to suit the requirements.
An individual map.apps information solution was configured for each of the forty or so municipalities to ensure the high-performance provision of numerous services and layers. Moreover, these were expanded by adding specific functions, such as extended printing capabilities and CycloMedia integration. Management of the various rights for accessing the diverse range of applications is controlled through security.manager.
The overall solution runs in a managed-services environment hosted by con terra, to which Luxplan possesses dedicated access rights at all times. The first local-authority WebGIS became active in May 2014, after a migration period of only twelve months.
Users in the various municipalities are now able to access a modern solution that covers a wide range of use cases, from the visualisation and querying of all technical municipal data, to the integration of 360° panoramic images (CycloMedia) and including the ability to collect data by means of web editing.
By enabling content provision to mobile terminal equipment or in special apps, whose functionality is focused on single use cases, more than thirty municipalities are now free to decide what information they themselves wish to provide. The operation and management of the wide range of solutions is made possible by the appropriately oriented architecture of the map.apps solution, which furthermore supports modular and successive functional extensions.