PULS 360

In addition to PULS, Inc.’s already diverse services of Subsurface Utility Engineering, Surveying, and Integrity Assessment Solutions (such as leak detection), PULS 360 also manages the field data generated by these services in an easy-to-read cloud based system that can be accessed from anywhere with a web browser.

Our software allows for user friendly capabilities that permit non-technical users to easily access data straight from our website.

Our syncing capabilities enable our users to easily Import/Export data from any existing enterprise GIS and seamlessly integrate all your legacy information right into the software, making the transition simple and economical.

Users can document files and data including photos, videos and notes that can be linked to maintenance issues and updates. Key personnel can access these files in live time. With our administrative options, permissions can be set to enable complete control over your data throughout the entire application.

These documents are easily accessible in our Document Library, with features such as document search users have complete control and accessibility to their documents instantly as they are uploaded in the field.

Small to mid-level municipalities, businesses, and cities can have a GIS up and running with very little cost, avoiding the need to retain the services of high-end GIS analysts.

For more information on PULS 360, call our specialist at 800-883-6855.

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June 2nd, 2017

Utility Locating 101

  For business owners as well as homeowners who are planning property updates, it is of vital importance to know the precise location of underground utilities before breaking ground. Many do not realize that there are laws that mandate contacting their public utility to confirm their line locations. Yet what about those lines running under […]

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January 24th, 2017

How Does Ground Penetrating Radar Work?

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