Whether by road, waterway, rail or air: In the transport sector, you are confronted with maintenance-intensive infrastructure and legal requirements such as environmental or safety regulations that have to be met. You have an overview of all elements of your traffic infrastructure, their parameters and the work to be done - ideally in real time.

Requirements of our customers Benefit from our long-term project experience and the associated process know-how.

Provide geodata in a flexible WebGIS

View and edit your geodata in an easy-to-use WebGIS user interface via Internet browser. You can switch flexibly between desktop PC, tablet or smartphone.

Enable cooperation

As a company, you maintain all information in a central location and share it as a team. In a few steps you create projects with a role-based user concept and strict security requirements.

Use and extend Esri ArcGIS

Esri ArcGIS represents GIS technology from the world market leader. With WebOffice you can continue to use and expand your existing Esri infrastructure. Technically, WebOffice is a server object extension for ArcGIS Server.

Functions and workflows For use in transportation adapted WebGIS functions

Enter and maintain data on your infrastructure

  • store objects and their attribute data (e.g. road & rail network, network nodes, exits, signs, signals, tunnels, events, construction sites, landing sites, gates, properties, noise protection objects and noise registers, safety devices, mowing areas,...)
  • Link object data to photos, PDF documents, plans or other files
  • Use available maps (e.g.: WM(T)S, WFS, OSM®, BING)

Overview of infrastructure objects in an information system

  • Use WebOffice as real-time information system and visualize data in maps (e.g. inventory information, condition, accidents/failures, winter clearance, congestion or maintenance progress)
  • Find attributes in nested / hierarchically lower-level elements via full-text search
  • Spatially assign live webcam images and call them up on a map

Plan maintenance and future developments

  • Analyzing transport flows, displaying them on maps, statistically evaluating them and planning new transport routes
  • Visualize emergencies, natural hazards or noise pollution
  • Estimate ranges of coverage, find all objects (e.g. vehicles, persons, devices, objects) with a certain characteristic within a defined radius
  • Automated triggering of measures for affected elements/persons (e.g. serial letters, reports, instructions)

Locate objects/events on a route with pinpoint accuracy

  • Linear referencing: Locate a point on a line by its distance from a reference point
  • Calculate route lengths three-dimensionally by "Triangulation out of the Box" taking height differences into account


Control user rights for data processing and retrieval

  • Implementation of a release process for checking and releasing changes
  • Ensure simultaneous use from different locations (office, field, commercial and technical personnel)

Mobile working and advanced routing functions for field service

  • View elements also on the mobile touch screen device (e.g. property areas, object data)
  • Capture attributes and edit geometry directly on the mobile device
  • Use advanced routing functions that take into account internal company routes (e.g. for road control)
  • Document damages/accidents as photos, upload them georeferenced and call them up on a map

Use advanced printing functions

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  • Serial printing: Distribute map sections over several pages on the same scale
  • Index printing: Print linear elements on the same scale over several pages

Create high quality reports

  • Recording of data, measured values, toll revenues, buildings, damages,...
  • Assign actions to predefined reports at the push of a button
  • Add object attributes to maps individually using free labeling

Integrate third-party systems

  • Integrate own or third-party software via API interface (e.g. reporting software, building or traffic sign databases)

References Transportation In this reference list you will find examples of WebOffice installations in the transport sector. The references are only a small excerpt from currently more than 360 server installations.

ÖBB Infrastructure AG

GIS-based infrastructure management at ÖBB, integration of internal IT

Zurich Airport

Intraweb Enterprise GIS for object management with ticketing system


Query and analysis functions, integration with SAP PM, DMS (DOXiS), quality assurance


Internal & public WebGIS portal for street information in Bavaria

via donau

Management of landing places, fairway signs and navigation signs

Austrian Post AG

WebGIS for retrieving all information on logistics & infrastructure, hierarchical search function for 2 million Austrian postal addresses