Electric Asset Locator Service and Gas Asset Locator Service Now Available

We are pleased to announce the release of the Electric Asset Locator Service and the Gas Asset Locator Service as part of the most recent updates to ArcGIS for Electric Utilities and ArcGIS for Gas Utilities.

These locators allow you to search and locate assets by asset identifier within electric and gas utility maps and apps. They can be created using a geoprocessing tool and published to ArcGIS for Server. They can then be added to your ArcGIS Online Organization as a custom geocoder.

Asset Locator

The Asset Locator allows you to search for utility assets

Version 1.0 of the locators allow you to search and locate:

  • Fuses
  • Transformers
  • Switches
  • Poles
  • Substations
  • Meters
  • Valves
  • Town Border Stations
  • Regulator Stations
  • More. . .

The locators are part of the foundational suites for ArcGIS for Electric Utilities and ArcGIS for Gas Utilities that provide maps, apps, and tools to streamline common tasks like search. Once configured, the locator services can be consumed within web maps and apps.

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4 Comments

  1. fimpe001 says:

    “They can then be added to your ArcGIS Online Organization as a custom geocoder.” –> but then everyone in my organization has access to use them, correct? Please give ArcGIS Online administrators a way to limit custom geocoders to be used by certain groups or users only. Thank you! -Tobias

  2. davetwichell says:

    Hi Tobias – Yes that is correct. Thank you for your comment, we have passed your suggestion onto our development team -Dave

  3. abcottrell says:

    I’ve been looking for a means/tool to provide users who put in a street address would get a boundary (ex. Service Area) in return. This would show which crews are assigned to what areas and therefore speed up the process of getting someone onsite much faster. Would this work or is there another way to go about this?