Manhole Inspection Module Now Available

WinCan's Manholes Module allows users to analyze, annotate, report and share their manhole inspection data

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Manhole Inspection Module Now Available

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Manhole inspections are an essential task for municipalities. By some estimates, manholes account for 40 percent of inflow and infiltration, and the structural integrity of manholes impacts the safety of roadways. These key factors make it especially important for municipalities to collect manhole data and use powerful software that allows them to do so efficiently. Now, WinCan’s new Manholes Module makes it easy for municipalities to integrate them into a sewer management workflow.

The module imports imagery and geometric data from automated manhole inspection equipment, giving users the ability to:

  • Analyze: The Manholes Module combines imagery and geometric data to create a virtual manhole where the user can descend, pan, tilt and zoom to scrutinize defects.
  • Annotate: Users can attach observations to points and regions of the manhole scan and use measurement tools to quantify observed defects.
  • Report: The Manholes Module supports defect-coding standards like MACP and WRc and makes it easy to generate custom reports that include tables, images and schematics.
  • Share: The new module is fully compatible with WinCan Web, so users can upload their inspection results and grant others access to view reports and navigate virtual manholes instantly on any device with a web browser.

The Manholes Module works with most leading manhole inspection systems and supports the corresponding reporting standards demonstrating WinCan’s leadership in the sewer inspection and asset management sector. See the new module now: Get Demo


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