Track Your Winter Operations & Fleet with TRAISR

Ready for some serious asset and infrastructure management technology? In other words, are you ready to manage your snow operations all the way from tracking trucks through invoicing? If so, TRAISR may be your solution! With TRAISR you can manage everything related to your snow and ice management business all in one technology solution including GIS, GPS, permits, work orders, snow operations, MS4, vehicle maintenance, inspections, and customer relations.

Traisr for snow operations management

TRAISR stands for “Tracking Real-time Asset Infrastructure System Reporting.” It was originally built for municipalities but the second generation release called “Winter Operations” was created to help snow and ice companies manage their business. It handles tracking snow fleets with GPS devices and a web-based mapping system with a dashboard that gives snow operation managers the ability to quickly monitor where their trucks are and what kind of anti-icing materials are being used in different areas. TRAISR will track trucks, materials and follow their workflow all the way into invoicing and reporting to simplify detailed operations management.

TRAISR Winter Operations Helps with Tracking
TRAISR Winter Operations Helps with Tracking

The makers of TRAISR are the McMahon group. They pride themselves on providing comprehensive training and support to enable your team to fully harness TRAISR’s array of capabilities. McMahon has been designing, developing and deploying GIS applications like TRAISR for over 15 years. Their application group is well versed in Esri’s and Googles APIs, as well as the latest technologies, which include but are not limited to the following: .net, JavaScript, HTML5, REST/JSON.

TRAISR includes a “GPS Centrl” service that uses GPS and GIS data integration to give you live, real time information to manage emergencies, deal with weather issues, track snow removal vehicles, and report back to residents or customers. This technology will help you make faster, smarter decisions in a current incident, and be better prepared for the next one. Track your vehicles, know where they are and what they are doing.