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University System of Georgia, Facilities Officers Conference, October 27-29, 2014

SICS is in beautiful Savannah, GA this week to present the VirtualSafe campus infrastructure mapping program to the University System of Georgia’s Facilities Officers Conference.  We’ve partnered with our friends at Rochester and Associates Engineers to show off the robust capabilities that VirtualSafe offers to not only locate and document interior utilities, life safety, and fire safety equipment but also record and display exterior utilities data as well.  From source to end user, campus facilities managers may now put all the utilities information they need at their finger tips.

More at: http://www.usg.edu/facilities/events/facilities_officers_conference




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