Stringer ASpec: Supporting the ASpec Standards

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Stringer supports the ASpec ‘as built’ asset standards adopted by Councils throughout Australia. Stringer DSpec and Stringer RSpec are two products that support the ASpec standards for data recording and creation of a GIS data file in the required structure and format.

Stringer ASpec products are available to Civil Survey Solutions customers. Currently these products are provided on a 12 month rental basis.

Stringer DSpec

Stringer DSpec provides a quick, easy to use method of adding attributed data to pipes and pits in the drawing. Stringer DSpec, Stringer RSpec and Stringer OSpec allow you to attribute objects in the drawing to describe ‘as built’ surveyed road, stormwater and/or open space features to meet ASpec standard specification, which is a requirement for many local government organisations throughout Australia.

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Any drawing objects can be selected and attributed with stormwater pipe, pit or house connection data to represent the as built condition of the features. Stringer DSpec will use the geometry directly from the object/s selected.

Depending on the object you select, we’ll display only the fields relevant to that object, so you only need to attribute whatever is relevant to your local council. And you have control over the fields, both what is displayed and what the attribute variables are (for example, to accommodate the different pit types at each council), so it becomes an automated process to provide the data that is required.

You can report any objects that have not been attributed as a DSpec feature, to check if you’ve missed anything. There are tools for you to select and review any attributes you’ve assigned and to make changes.

When you are ready, the attributed drawing data can then be exported to ESRI .shp file format for lodgement to the local government authority. 

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Stringer RSpec

Stringer RSpec provides a quick, easy to use method of adding attributed data to as constructed road reserve features in the drawing.

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Any drawing objects can be selected and attributed with data to represent ‘as constructed’ road features such as property boundaries, kerbing, parking, road centrelines and culverts. Stringer RSpec will use the geometry directly from the object/s selected.

Depending on the object you select, we’ll display only the fields relevant to that object, so you only need to attribute whatever is relevant to your local council. And you have control over the fields, both what is displayed and what the attribute variables are (for example, to accommodate the different pit types at each council), so it becomes an automated process to provide the data that is required.

You can report any objects that have not been attributed as an RSpec feature, to check if you’ve missed anything. There are tools for you to select and review any attributes you’ve assigned and to make changes.

When you are ready, the attributed drawing data can then be exported to ESRI .shp file format for lodgement to the local government authority.

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Stringer OSpec

Stringer OSpec provides a quick, easy to use method of adding attributed data to as constructed open space features in the drawing.

Any drawing objects can be selected and attributed with data to represent ‘as constructed’ open space features such as park furniture.  Stringer OSpec will use the geometry directly from the object/s selected.

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Depending on the object you select, we’ll display only the fields relevant to that object, so you only need to attribute whatever is relevant to your local council. And you have control over the fields, both what is displayed and what the attribute variables are (for example, to accommodate the different pit types at each council), so it becomes an automated process to provide the data that is required.

You can report any objects that have not been attributed as an OSpec feature, to check if you’ve missed anything. There are tools for you to select and review any attributes you’ve assigned and to make changes.

When you are ready, the attributed drawing data can then be exported to ESRI .shp file format for lodgement to the local government authority.