Project Category: Enterprise Addressing

Tulare County Enterprise Addressing System

Tulare County Enterprise Addressing System

Challenge Like many municipalities, the County of Tulare has compiled a vast amount of critical address data but on a variety of non-uniform formats. These needed to be consolidated and reconciled under a common interface in order to mitigate errors, conflicts, and redundancies in the data. The County partnered with Farallon to develop and implement an integrated Enterprise Master Address Database / Repository, Address Management System and Address Maintenance...
Enterprise Address Repository and Maintenance Solution for Walnut Creek Citywide Building Master Address Database

Enterprise Address Repository and Maintenance Solution for Walnut Creek Citywide Building Master Address Database

Challenge The City of Walnut Creek maintained critical address data on a departmental basis in a variety of incompatible formats. They wanted to reduce errors and inconsistencies by deploying a single, authoritative, centralized database of building addresses. This would be used to support business processes by all departments throughout the City government. The City engaged Farallon to design and deploy an integrated Enterprise Master Address Database /Repository, Address Management...
Enterprise Addressing System for the City of San Francisco

Enterprise Addressing System for the City of San Francisco

Challenge The City of San Francisco and its numerous departments managed hundreds of independent address databases with no common linkage. Most of these databases were not georeferenced. Solution Farallon Geographics and City IT staff have developed and deployed an authoritative, centralized database of building addresses for use throughout City government. This Enterprise Addressing System (EAS) also known as a Master Address Database will reduce errors and prevent duplicative effort...
Kern County Master Address Database Needs Assessment

Kern County Master Address Database Needs Assessment

Challenge Addresses are one of the most challenging information assets for Kern County to manage and maintain. Difficulties arise because departments have potentially divergent needs and uses for addresses and many options exist for managing the location-based component of addresses. County departments develop independent address lists and databases, or maintain addresses in proprietary applications, such as asset management systems, computerized maintenance management systems, document management systems, or financial systems....
City of Oakland, CA Enterprise GIS and Master Address Database Development

City of Oakland, CA Enterprise GIS and Master Address Database Development

Challenge The City of Oakland wanted to improve the efficiency, automation and integration of its location-based data, improve the usefulness and accuracy of its existing parcel data, and develop an enterprise geodatabase to expand city services. Solution Farallon’s technical team built an enterprise-scale parcel database using spatially accurate orthophotographs (aerial photographs in which the relief displacement has been removed so that ground features are displayed in their true ground...