WinCan is an Esri Silver Partner, combining the best in GIS solutions with the best in sewer inspection. With a direct flow of inspection data to and from Esri’s core ArcGIS platforms, WinCan users can easily track, manage and analyze inspection data.
Cityworks has been streamlining the way agencies manage public infrastructure by combining asset geodatabase technology with the business logic of agencies that care for infrastructure and property. Cityworks integrates with WinCan, as well as Esri’s ArcGIS, to manage workflows, schedule resources and prioritize activities, saving time and improving operational efficiencies.
CentralSquare is a leading asset management solution powered by the technology that was once part of Lucity EAM. Using its bidirectional integration with WinCan, municipalities can integrate inspection data with repair workflows to efficiently manage and maintain wastewater systems.
Cartegraph provides solutions to improve asset management, work order prioritization and geospatial awareness, with tools to track asset condition and work history, optimize space and spend smarter.
Envirosight is a leading provider of sewer inspection technology, delivering the intelligence necessary to make smarter decisions about wastewater maintenance planning, budgeting and resource allocation. With WinCan technology embedded in the operator interface, Envirosight equipment provides touch-screen observation coding and wireless connection to WinCan Web for cloud-based sharing, analysis and reporting.
Flyability is a Swiss company building safe drones for operating indoors, in complex and confined spaces, and in contact with people. By allowing drones to be used safely inside cities, inside buildings, and in contact with people, it enables new interactions and services with UAVs and solves the two most critical issues in one: collision and injury risks.
IJ Robotics is a Mexico-based developer of sewer, storm and water line inspection crawlers. When used with WinCan, these crawlers offer integrated text-overlay options, allowing for real-time updates to on-screen data.