When digs are being done on site it is sometimes found that the asset is not in the location stated on the drawings. The company doing the dig can take location information of the assets (GPS coordinates) after being exposed and send this information back to DBYD to pass onto the Asset Owner. Then the asset owner will have a set timeframe ie 3 months, to review and update asset locations. This will help future requesters of DBYD information. Then if it is found in the future, after an asset strike, that the Asset owner has not updated asset location information provided from previous data capture then the person on site doing the dig does not incur a fee if the asset is damaged as part of the dig process.