City of Sioux Falls Identifies Data Errors
The city of Sioux Falls has field crews performing data collection using ArcGIS applications on mobile devices, project managers viewing data on their smartphones, and everything in between.
Esri News for Water & Wastewater, Winter 2013/2014
GIS-based paperless process for inventorying and managing its assets is simple for field staff and integrates with existing management systems.
ArcUser, Spring 2012
Proactive Sewer Maintenance
Toronto Water is using an in-house software suite to coordinate their capital works programs with other infrastructure projects, both public and private.
Municipal Sewer & Water, January 2013
Small Town Upgrades Storm Water Management
The Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority uses ArcGIS 3D Analyst to model storm water flow and mitigate flood risk for existing and proposed developments.
ArcNews, Winter 2013
Tracking Hotspots: Putting Sewer Cleaning on the Map
Mooresville, NC, developed a system using Esri's ArcGIS software to track distressed areas of the sewer system, giving the sewer maintenance department specific areas to target for improvement or repair.
Water, wastewater, and storm water utilities keep track of distribution, collection, and drainage networks as well as related planning and customer care. You may be aware of the benefits of using GIS to manage infrastructure and assets, but did you know these benefits extend to improving planning, customer care, and administrative processes? A location-based approach to managing your enterprise helps you meet operational challenges.
GIS provides a common platform for accessing all your business data, updating your network information, integrating work orders, finding customer information, or preparing a report. With built-in spatial analysis tools, you can support network tracing as well as analyze development trends affecting future demand. Visualization and mapping features give you an overall, connected view of your network in relation to your customers and surrounding infrastructure.
You can even take GIS a step farther to keep up with compliance, TV inspection data, and condition ratings obligations.
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