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Last modified: May 7, 2024

eGrunner acquisition

A system for case management of land acquisition. The program will communicate with the archive and financial systems of all counties, through the information model of FINT.

Number of users: 110

Timetable: Implemented at the counties by 01.01.2024

Project manager: David Hosen mob. 91 73 90 83

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Isy Road

A common FDV system for the disciplines of road operation, tunnel/electrical, road marking, bridge and pavement construction. This system will replace 5 other systems. By the end of 2022, the FDV system has been taken into use by the road operation discipline. In 2023, work will continue with the other disciplines and migration of data from the old Norwegian Public Roads Administration systems Elrapp and Plania.

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Collaboration solution

Used in the interaction between contractor and client (county councils) in development projects (project hosting/web hosting).

The solution ensures traceability of orders and orders between the parties, and is, among other things, very important for ensuring financial traceability in development projects. The agreement for the current solution expires on 31.12.2023.

During the first quarter of 2023, Vigo will initiate a project to establish a long-term solution for this interaction, which provides the necessary functionality. The current solution is technically outdated, so it is desirable to have a wider range of functionality than what the counties have available today. Several suggestions for improvements have already been identified.

A mapping of the current solution has previously been carried out, and a workshop has been held to map the needs of a collaboration solution, and the work will build on this.
The establishment of a new solution will be the first step on the road to ensuring good follow-up and traceability of the dialog between the developer and contractor. This is key to ensuring the quality of the course of events in a development phase.


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Report web

Replacement of the data and document management system containing large amounts of reports on natural hazards, ground conditions, landslide events, etc. used by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration.

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Material control

Since the regional reform, the county municipalities have had access to the Road Administration's systems for laboratory services and material control.

Material control in road projects is the process of ensuring that all materials used in the project, such as asphalt, concrete and stone, meet the specifications and requirements set by the project management and relevant authorities. This may involve testing the materials for quality and strength, as well as making sure they are delivered in the right quantities at the right time. Material control is important to ensure that the road project is safe and durable, and that it meets the quality and performance requirements.

In construction projects, there are strict legal and regulatory requirements to carry out quality control of the materials used. Documentation in the form of plans and test results must be archived. Access to the system currently used by the county authorities will end at the turn of the year 2023/2024. Vigo will therefore, during 2023, establish a project that will ensure the necessary system for planning, implementation and documentation of material control.


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Measurement of cover

After the regional reform came into force, the counties have taken over measuring equipment/vehicles for measuring pavement and asphalt on county roads. This agreement has a final end date in 2024.

It is expected that the new Road Data Regulation will be adopted in early 2023, so Vigo has planned a project to map needs and then establish a future solution for data collection and analysis of asphalt and pavement on county roads. As part of the work, it is natural that the need and method for tire mapping on county roads will be prepared, as well as to look at opportunities to use new and suitable technology for mapping other conditions along county roads, such as visibility zones, road markings and others.

The project will be a key contribution to establishing an agreed and comprehensive mapping and assessment methodology of the road network, in order to prepare the necessary plans and budgets for future maintenance of the county road network.


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Records management and archiving

In the digital solutions that come with the transport portfolio, all work processes are designed for the individual employee to archive and record themselves in the county councils' case and archive systems.

We know from experience that it is challenging for employees to take the time for manual archiving. In addition, several of the digital solutions we work in today are not designed for easy and efficient self-archiving. One example is the new system within operations and maintenance; ISY Road.

Vigo Samferdsel has an ambition that employees within our portfolio should not have to spend time on manual archiving. Archiving should be something that happens continuously and automatically while the employee is working. By safeguarding the archival considerations by incorporating archiving automatically, we ensure the counties' need for documentation, and we ensure the citizen's and society's right to access in the present and in the future.

Together with the archive manager network in the College HR, ICT and Digitalization, we have started working groups, where the ambition is automatic and embedded archiving. This is a long-term project, and we are in the very early stages. It is about mapping needs and work processes, to see where there are the greatest gains to be made for automatic archiving.


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