Features, advantages and benefits
|Embedded GIS functionality inside the Maximo Asset Management framework.||Java components in ESRI’s ArcGIS Server platform match the standards based, Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) certified Maximo platform for thin client operations with loss of function.||Seamless user experience accessing dynamic GIS functionality, instead of simply viewing a static map.|
|Spatial enablement of Maximo Assets, Locations, Work Orders, and Service Requests applications).||Supports visualization of assets, locations and work orders, leverages investment in GIS and supports Visual Business Analysis. Viewing asset and work in proximity and context of other spatial features.||Aligns with the specific business needs and Improves work planning and analysis while eliminating the need for data duplication.|
|Service address capabilities allow for consistent addressing||Provides the ability to search based on address and the display of non-geospatial referenced work orders or assets on the map||Leveraging GIS functionality inside Maximo creates efficiencies in business processes and improves communication.|
|SOA-based architecture and ArcGIS Java components.||Maximo Spatial can leverage data from virtually any external GIS data source. Examples include GPS (AVL) feeds to track resources and assets, and data from services such as Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for flood plain data and other Web services compatible formats.||Allows organization to take advantage of data that is not maintained in their GIS systems, but provides valuable insights for decision making.|
IBM Maximo® Spatial Asset Management enables users to capture, analyze, and display assets, locations, and work orders in a geospatial perspective. Maximo Spatial Asset Management is built to work with Java components in ESRI’s ArcGIS Server.