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  • organize your own enterprise information system,
  • define objects and object catalogues,
  • create object hierarchies,
  • assign attributes to your objects (e.g. volume, area, height, comments, operation start and end date ...),
  • position your objects on a map and create object geometries (points, lines, polygons),
  • store your documents, photos or maps as specific object related information,
  • record all checks and other activities you have to carry out at the objects (e.g., monitoring or maintenance frequency),
  • use the comfortable and intuitive report functions.
AL.VIS/Objects contains a function which allows users to comment all entries in order to ensure a high-quality data base. All objects can be shown and searched on a map.


  • define your monitoring points and assign coordinates to them,
  • import monitoring data automatically, semi-automatically or manual into the system,
  • use built-in QA routines,
  • search for all the monitoring data with comfortable diagram functions,
  • use statistics and export functions,
  • analyse the spatial distribution of monitoring data by online-interpolation tools and show the results as maps together with all other GIS-layers.
In connection with AL.VIS/SensorWeb you can import data from field sensors directly into the data base.


  • gather documents, photos or maps in different formats,
  • assign them to objects,
  • build document hierarchies (main document, appendix,…)
  • use comfortable full text retrieval functions.


AL.VIS/SensorWeb provides a technology for data input from field sensors direct into the AL.VIS database with special interfaces. In most cases it is possible to use data loggers already present on-site. Data are transmitted either wirelessly via a DSL router or landline. A web service receives the data and organizes an automatic data validation.