The Tainan City Government Rainfall and Drainage Geographical Information System established by IISI allows better control over the laying of pipeline and cable systems by various companies. Spatial and automation technology are also employed to improve overall operational efficiency and quality of service, allowing correction of cable pole attachments while improving public treasury income. The success of the project received recognition from the National Audit Office and the Tainan City Government.
This System was used to help the Tainan City Government Water Resources Bureau adopt online applications for pipeline and cable work attachment since November 2015. It gradually integrates geography of various cable and pipeline systems to evaluate cable and pipeline layouts of various companies. This System also utilized spatial and automation technology to improve overall operational efficiency and quality of service. As of the end of July 2016, total cable and pipeline lengths laid down by the end of 2015 have been completed and jointly tallied with various District Offices. The total length of 5,745 km was an additional 1,103 km (about 23.77%) over the 4,642 km finalized at the end of 2014. After finalization, annual usage income could be increased by over NT$ 25.75 million while over NT$ 58.25 million of underpaid expenses could be collected to address the issue of cable pole attachments while raising public treasury income.
Link to the report from the National Audit Office: