Corridor Infrastructure Management (CIM)

CIM is the practice of organizing and exploiting information in order to optimize the safety, reliability and cost efficiency of a transportation corridor.
CIM generally consists of the following elements:
  • Integrating data between linear, geospatial and hierarchical forms.
  • Correlating asset, condition finance, operations and work data into the transportation network.
  • Transforming data into knowledge using advanced data visualization techniques.
  • Automating work prioritization, prediction and forecasting.