CITY OF PARRAMATTA COUNCIL
YOTTA AND STRATEGIC PARTNER PMS ASSIST WITH THE CITY OF PARRAMATTA’S RAPIDLY-EXPANDING INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN
PARMMS Powered by Horizons – with advanced data visualisation, mapping and predictive modelling-enables the council to take their strategic road asset management to the next level.
AUCKLAND SYSTEM MANAGEMENT
NEW ZEALAND’S ASM TURNS TO ALLOY FOR HIGHWAYS MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE
The combination of the PIP IoT sensor technology and Yotta’s Alloy connected asset management software is providing ASM with an opportunity to improve the safety of customers and network efficiency.
BOURNEMOUTH, CHRISTCHURCH AND POOLE COUNCIL
BCP Council Revolutionises Highways Maintenance with Alloy
“We were especially impressed by the flexibility Yotta’s Alloy software offered us. As it is cloud-based and runs as-a-service, we don’t have to worry about infrastructure and IT services costs, or the time and resource needed to run and manage the system on-site. At the same time, however, we can link all our data into it in order to achieve greater insight across our asset types.”
-Simon Legg, Street Scene Operations Manager, Borough of Poole Council
PARMMS – TOWNSVILLE CITY COUNCIL
Townsville City Council chooses PARMMS to optimise pavement assets
Thanks to PARMMS, TCC can visualise, explore and analyse all its data in a single platform. By using PARMMS Analysis’ module, the council can quickly and efficiently run different investment scenarios and make the case either for increased investment or to protect existing budgets.
WARRINGTON BOROUGH COUNCIL
YOTTA HELPS WARRINGTON BOROUGH COUNCIL OPTIMISE HIGHWAYS ASSET MANAGEMENT
“Yotta’s Horizons software has allowed us to take highways asset management to a new level over the past few years. We used it to provide impact analysis, identify optimum planned maintenance budgets; produce evidence-based reporting and develop forward programmes for approval. This process played a key part in preparing a bid for extra government funding and providing the business case for the council to use prudential borrowing to maintain our most valuable asset, our road network.”
-Jim Turton, Engineering & Flood Risk Manager, Warrington Borough Council
TYNE & WEAR AUTHORITIES
Yotta drives Highway Asset Management gains for Tyne & Wear councils
“Over the last decade, we have developed a close, trust-based working relationship with Yotta. The extensive experience and expertise they have built up on our highway network is invaluable to us. Yotta has already demonstrated their ability by plotting different road investment scenarios and analysing their likely impact.”
-Jimmy Young Highway & Flood Risk Management – Gateshead Council
TELFORD & WREKIN COUNCIL
Telford & Wrekin Council Transforms its approach to highway asset management
“When we assessed Horizons, we quickly saw its potential to help deliver a more holistic approach to asset management in line with the Department for Transport (DfT) emerging standards. Moreover, we clearly saw the opportunity to bring together a wide range of highways management data sets to inform strategic decision-making and to generate lifecycle planning scenarios that help us optimise highways maintenance and maximise the funding we receive from the government to deliver it.”
-Gareth Pegg, Highway Asset Management & Capital Programme Team Leader, Telford & Wrekin Council
CITY OF RYDE
Alloy drives proactive maintenance of City of Ryde green bus shelters
The proactive alert capability Yotta’s Alloy provides is a key benefit for City of Ryde. Many council IoT projects in place in Australia simply use email as the communication tool. In a typical scenario, the system sends an automated message to the council head office when certain parameters are met.
Yotta drives operational efficiencies in highway management for Wigan Council
“Yotta’s strategic consultancy has been key to shaping our whole approach to highways infrastructure and asset management. We use Yotta and its asset management software solutions, across all aspects of our highways operations, from scheduling safety inspections to defending insurance claims to bidding for government funding.”
-John Williams, Highway Asset Manager, Wigan Council
VicRoads / Fulton Hogan
Visualisation aids highways maintenance strategy
Horizons helps VicRoads utilise detailed network condition data, enabling the authority to assess how far its budget would extend with existing resources and therefore what schemes of work it should opt for. The use of Horizons also enables VicRoads to adapt to changes in government funding and help shape future budget discussions by presenting proof of what the network will look like under different budget scenarios.
NORFOLK County Council
Norfolk County Council Raise Standards in Highway Asset Management
“Working in partnership with Yotta has enabled us to raise standards in highways asset management across the county while at the same time delivering operational efficiencies and driving down costs. We have a shared a vision of how by harnessing and making optimum use the latest technology developments in this area we can maintain our highways infrastructure at the highest possible level and ensure Norfolk remains a great place to live and work.”
-Tracy Jessop, Assistant Director, Communities and Environmental Services
Dorset County Council
Dorset County Council’s Highway Assets Efficiently Managed with Horizons
Hosted by Natasha Kaplinksy, the video looks at how Dorset County Council benefits from using Yotta’s Horizons infrastructure asset management technology.
KENT County Council
Success for Kent County Council permit & lane rental schemes
“Mayrise Street Works helped process the increased volume of information that we required from applicants to issue permits ensuring all relevant boxes were and are ticked. Using the integrated mapping tool we can easily identify the location of proposed works and assess their impact on the wider network. Mayrise also enables us to access supplementary information, if required, via a secure link to the applicant’s server.”
-David Latham, Roadworks Manager, Kent County Council
SUFFOLK County Council
Suffolk County Council’s Part-Night Lighting Project Success
By 2025 Suffolk aims to achieve a 65 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions. This is in addition to an immediate target of four per cent a year reduction that is already required from council operations. In support of Suffolk County Council’s aspirations to be the greenest county in the UK, the street lighting team devised a number of initiatives to reduce energy costs and carbon emissions from its street lighting stock. Part-night lighting was identified as potentially a significant contributor to these targets.
BRIDGEND COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL
Success for Bridgend County Borough Council’s Lean Thinking implementation
Applying Lean Systems thinking to Highways Maintenance Lean Thinking is a business methodology which aims to provide a new way to organise an activity to deliver benefits while eliminating waste. Lean Practices have been successfully applied in a number of Welsh local authorities including Neath Port Talbot and Blaenau Gwent.
Cheshire East Council
Driving enhanced decision-making for Cheshire East Highways’ assets
“When Yotta introduced Horizons, we were impressed by its flexibility; ease of use and enhanced visualisation capabilities. However, what clinched the deal for us was that it consistently helps project stakeholders develop the data sets needed to support fast, accurate decision-making on key asset management issues.”
-Luke Phillips, Asset Team Leader, Cheshire East Highways