Category: Water Utilities
Over the last ten years, the GIS community has seen an explosion of beautiful, high-resolution multi-spectral imagery, with very rich color fidelity, and very high pixel resolution. Lawrie Jordan, Esri’s Director of Imagery, has called this platinum age of imagery: … Continue reading
By Jim Herries and Tamara Yoder, ArcGIS Content Team
Visit the Living Atlas Content Area at the 2016 Esri User Conference! A modern GIS needs access to a wealth of foundational content. The Living Atlas is the foremost collection of authoritative, ready-to-use global geographic information ever assembled. The Living … Continue reading
Server Object Interceptor (SOI) to Visualize Features with On The Fly Aggregated Values from Time-Series or Historical Observation Data
A sample SOI (Server Object Interceptor) is made available that helps visualize on the fly aggregated results by overcoming challenges presented in an earlier blog post. A map service, powered by this SOI, can be used in the ArcGIS Online Map Viewer … Continue reading
The Living Atlas Contributor App has recently been updated with enhancements! The app now supports vector tile layers and rule packages. On the Details page, two thumbnails are required for nomination (a standard size, 200 x 133 thumbnail, and a … Continue reading
The 2016 User Conference is almost upon us! We still have some spots left if you’re interested in getting your GIS data’s quality assessed by an Esri expert. For more information on how to sign-up please check out the original blog here.
We’ll see you next week!
What’s New with ArcGIS for Local Government, State Government, Emergency Management, Water, Gas and Telecommunications – June 2016
At the June 2016 ArcGIS Solutions Release 38 new Solution Products were added to ArcGIS, 64 Solution Products were updated, 5 Solution Products moved to the Mature Lifecycle Phase and 3 Solution Products retired.
New Solution Products
Address Field Verification enables field staff to collect and validate address information.
The Esri User Conference (Esri UC), June 27-July 1, 2016, in San Diego, California hosts 16,000 GIS users, managers and developers. 300 moderated sessions. 450 hours of technical training. 300 software vendors. Innovative Startup Zones. Inspirational keynotes. Competitions to test … Continue reading
At the June 2016 Solutions Release the Water Utility Mobile Map and the Leak Survey Mobile Map Solution Products will move to the Mature Lifecycle Phase. Both products will move to the Retired Lifecycle Phase at the Solutions Release immediately preceding July 1, 2017.
The Water Utility Mobile Map and the Leak Survey Mobile Map are ArcGIS for Windows Mobile based applications. Their lifecycles follow the Product Lifecycle of ArcGIS for Windows Mobile.
It is recommended that organizations using ArcGIS for Windows Mobile use Collector for ArcGIS, Survey123 for ArcGIS, Workforce for ArcGIS or Explorer for ArcGIS to support their workflow needs. Organizations that want to explore building custom mobile apps can refer to Building Apps to understand potential development paths forward.
Water Utility Mobile Map users should consider deploying a set of focused apps with Collector for ArcGIS and foundational network maps for mobile viewing and redlining of water, sewer and stormwater networks within any ArcGIS app.
Leak Survey Mobile Map users should consider deploying the Leak Survey Collector.
The Water Utility Mobile Map and Leak Survey Mobile Map are open source. After retirement, their shared source code will remain available on GitHub at https://github.com/Esri/water-utility-mobile-map.
Esri is, once again, offering the free GIS data health checks at this year’s User Conference.
In 2011, Esri provided water/wastewater customers an opportunity to see just how clean their data really is. Since then, the Data Health Checks, as they are called, have become a staple service at every User Conference and are now offered across four industries.