SURE, YOU CAN MAP THE ADDRESS. BUT IS IT CORRECT?
YOU MIGHT BE SURPRISED AT THE ANSWER.
In a review of over 100 recent data validation reports from across the country, DDTi uncovered errors or omissions in more than 70 percent. Those aren’t promising odds. Your data may not be as good as you think.
With our precision Data Validation process, we can take your existing data, analyze it using 35 different tests, and uncover potential or suspected map data issues that may impede accurate address location. It is a meticulous process, but there’s no substitute for making sure your data is clean and reliable.
Even seemingly small mistakes or oversights – such as a missing prefix or suffix (i.e. N. High St., Schreiner St. E.) in a road name — can spell big trouble for address location (i.e. sending responders to the wrong location).
Inaccurate and incomplete map data can also adversely affect mapping functionalities such as emergency call plotting, emergency vehicle routing, address and street searches, and road closures.
Scrubbing data ensures uniformity, accuracy and adherence to National Emergency Number Association (NENA) standards (71-501). The ability to rely on accurate address locations is not only critical today, it is crucial as the industry moves towards Next Generation 911 (NG911).
Our clients who have gone through the Data Validation process know the difference it can make. We are the experts at finding and fixing GIS data discrepancies.
To learn how DDTi can improve your GIS data, click here or call us toll-free at 1.888.800.4003 to learn what our staff of experienced innovators can do for you.
ACCURACY MATTERS. EVERY TIME. EVERYWHERE.