Spatial Wave, Inc. Announces the Implementation of Field Mapplet/USA for Management of MISS DIG Systems, Inc.

Laguna Hills, CA - July 24, 2009: Spatial Wave, Incorporated has worked with Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD) to implement Spatial Wave, Inc.’s Field Mapplet/ Underground Service Alert (FM/USA) solution. FM/USA provides full support of MISS DIG workflow. The MISS DIG process is also known as "one-call" or "call before you dig" workflow to safeguard the public, environment, property and utility infrastructures. Field Mapplet / USA is Spatial Wave, Inc.’s systematic management of the one-call ticket workflow. It provides for rule based filtering of tickets which eliminates unnecessary locates and optimizes locator assignment.

Field Mapplet/USA receives Detroit Water and Sewerage Department’s one-call tickets from the MISS DIG center and utilizes spatially enabled rules, allocating tickets into queues and determining proximity to DWSD facilities using GIS technology. DWSD’s locators upload completed tickets and download new tickets to/from District’s server similar to checking emails. Locators can view ticket information, optimize routing, enter actions and comments and are able to quickly zoom to the ticket location and view detailed street or facility maps on their GPS enabled tablet PC. All ticket information is stored in a database for archival, querying and reporting.

Field Mapplet/USA provides DWSD with a single application framework to manage MISS DIG tickets from origination to archive. Improvements in the efficiency of the MISS DIG workflow will support the demands on the locators within the Department.

For more information on the Field Mapplet, Field Mapplet/USA and other Field Mapplet workflow extensions, please visit Spatial Wave’s website at or call 949-465-3400.

About Spatial Wave, Incorporated
Spatial Wave is an industry leading GIS software company specializing in the development of industry specific work flow application solutions. Spatial Wave solutions enable office and mobile workers in large organizations, such as a DOTs, local government and utilities, to increase efficiency and productivity by taking advantage of GIS technology in their daily work. Spatial Wave’s solutions are designed to empower customers to accomplish their daily tasks with minimal training in GIS.

Spatial Wave is headquartered in Laguna Hills, Orange County, California. For more information, please visit their website at:                

About MISS DIG System, Inc.
MISS DIG System, Inc. is a Michigan wide one-call excavation safety and utility damage-prevention company that has received in excess of 17 million staking requests since the one-call center opened in 1970. One toll-free call is all it takes to have MISS DIG notify the more than 900 participating members to stake their underground utility lines and provide overhead electric line assistance to ensure adequate clearances are maintained.

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