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The presentations from the February Esri Team Water/Wastewater Meeting in Louisville, KY are now available via our Team Water/Wastewater web page. Thank you to our presenters! If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me. Christa - CCampbell@esri.com
The Team Water/Wastewater Meeting in Louisville was a great success!
Our host, Louisville Water Company, went above and beyond. The historical tour of their facilities on Friday afternoon was amazing.
I would like to thank Louisville Water as well as our presenters: Frankfort Plant Board, City of Jeffersonville, Greater Cincinnati Water Works, City of Columbus and Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District as well as Esri staff. Presentations will be posted to the team water web page. Continue reading
The next Team Water/Wastewater meeting will be held February 22–23 in Louisville, Kentucky.
Presenters include Louisville Water, the City of Jefferson, and the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District. In addition, Esri staff will share updates on ArcGIS for Water Utilities and ArcGIS Online and discuss how to integrate your GIS data with other systems.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Christa Campbell – Industry Solutions – Water/Wastewater, Water Resources
We’re pleased to announce the release of CityEngine 2012.1, the latest version of Esri’s innovative 3D city modeling and design software. This release of CityEngine provides many new enhancements that will make creating smart 3D city models easier than ever. We focused on … Continue reading
Amy Bailie, Water World, interviewed several Esri partners while attending the User Conference in San Diego. Water/Wastewater partners were asked about their solutions and how they can help water organizations further benefit from GIS.
Find out how our partners answered questions like:
- How do managers address the needs of an aging infrastructure in an affordable way?
- How can the Cloud benefit water utilities?
- Why is the User Conference important to Esri’s partners?
Watch the video interviews
The Southern California Chapter of the American Public Works Association will be hosting the 14th Annual APWA GIS Conference on September 20, 2012. The Conference will be held at the Cypress Community Center in Cypress, CA. Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the release of the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android v2.0. This is a coordinated release with iOS and Win Phone. The recently released ArcGIS Application for Android is built with this version of the SDK. All of the feature functionality found in the app can be developed in your own custom app.
New features in this release include:
- Tile and Feature services hosted on ArcGIS Online. These services allow you to use Esri’s cloud to store and serve your maps. These services are available through an ArcGIS Online Organization Subscription.
- New Fix Project Properties Feature tool. This allows for easy upgrades of existing projects based on previous releases of the SDK.
More information about this release can be found on our new community site.
On June 21st, 2012 the Esri Mid-Atlantic Water/Wastewater Special Interest Group will be meeting in Malvern, Pennsylvania at the Philadelphia Microsoft Technology Center. The Microsoft Technology Center is a truly impressive facility where you can experience Microsoft’s technology and solutions in action. A highlight of this meeting will be Esri demonstrating how ArcGIS Online Organizational Subscriptions support common water utility workflows. Lunch at the meeting is provided and graciously sponsored by Gold Esri Business Partner Innovyze.
This meeting is free to attend and open to the water, wastewater and stormwater ArcGIS user community in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, Washington D.C., West Virginia, New York City, Long Island and surrounding areas.
The Mobile Team is pleased to announce that v1.1 of the ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android is now available for download from the resource center. Some of the improvements made in this release include:
- Ability to search for and access content, users, and groups on portals such as ArcGIS.com
- Support for Advanced Symbology which processes features whose definitions are stored locally on your device.
- Support for multiple MapViews in a single application allowing you to switch activities in a single application supporting multiple MapViews.
- Group Layers support all layer types including graphics layers and provides the ability to manipulate sub-layer visibility, opacity, and order.
- Support for secured services in web maps.
- Add Esri logo to ArcGIS Online Maps
- Support for revision 17 of the Android SDK Tools and of the Eclipse ADT plug-in.
- Project libs, e.g. ArcGIS_Android.jar, are packaged as a User Library.
- Redesigned Eclipse New Sample wizard
- New API Samples
And much more! You can refer to the documentation for more information about these improvements and how to migrate your existing applications to the new SDK.
For all of you who made it out to Palm Springs for the Developer Summit, thank you for coming and attending the sessions. We will soon make the Android application that was shown in the plenary and tech sessions available as a sample on the resource center. We hope to see you again at this year’s User Conference in San Diego.