Government Infrastructure Asset Management

As municipalities grapple with aging infrastructure, viable asset management planning and solutions can help to tailor and refine limited budget dollars.

Infrastructure asset management helps local municipalities and governments to identify exactly what maintenance and repair work is necessary without guesswork.

Optimizing the way budget dollars are spent to provide the biggest return and reduce lifecycle costs while maximizing the service each asset provides is the ultimate goal of infrastructure asset management. Local governments, town municipalities and the like have the strong need to optimize the way they spend their budget dollars while being under pressure to keep taxes low even as obligations increase.

For all levels of government, the ability to do the following items requires a highly robust and functional network infrastructure that will:

  • Effectively monitor real-time incidents, traffic, infrastructure and resources
  • Improve the quality of public services (e.g., education)
  • Provide security for residents and tourists
  • React quickly and decisively to threats and disasters
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The Challenge

Government entities are recognizing that implementing such network infrastructure demands and, in some cases, customized communications solutions to meet their unique requirements is difficult and complex. Key aspects of these operational problems pertain to:

  • The need for a single converged network for voice, surveillance, data, automation, and IoT (Internet of Things) applications with specific real-time Quality of Service (QoS) requirements, industrial grade reliability and security
  • Comprehensive situational awareness for improved safety and sustainability, with full visibility of people, assets and infrastructure

The Redline Solution

New technologies are making effective asset management possible for municipalities and work to extend the life of infrastructure assets including roadways, bridges, stormwater management systems and similar.

Redline Communications’ fit-for-purpose technology, coupled with detailed operational knowledge and a means to demonstrate innovation and capabilities, is a key competitive differentiator to assist government entities globally in transforming their operational processes. In addition, the ability to lower operational costs, improve security and availability for critical information can be realized by deploying a private LTE network. Government agencies will be able to implement a purpose-built, ruggedized, secure solution with complete control over QoS.

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Private iLTE

Redline iLTE is a compact, complete LTE system that can be rapidly deployed anywhere. Redline iLTE is a comprehensive suite of private LTE products and services that combine to deliver security, flexibility, scalability and durability to the mobile network. iLTE provides a turnkey approach to private LTE with its rapid deployment and ease of management.
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Virtual Fiber®

Redline’s award-winning Virtual FiberTM wireless access products are built for extreme reliability and performance. These products can be used in the toughest environmental conditions, rated to operate between -40° to +75°C for fixed point-to-point and point-to-multipoint communications and nomadic applications. They provide secure and reliable high-speed connectivity in these challenging, isolated locations, and over rough non-line-of-sight terrain.
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RedCare is Redline’s portfolio of warranty, protection and support plans and is available with each of our offerings, designed to safeguard service continuity for Redline solutions and give our customers the peace of mind knowing your Redline products are being kept at optimal performance.

A proper infrastructure asset management plan will work to minimize risk, maximize returns, optimize service and satisfaction, justify tax rates or fees, access grants and loans, and improve worth