Mobile GIS Improves Code Enforcement
GIS allowed the City of McAllen to handle more code enforcement cases and automate daily tasks.
ArcNews, Fall 2011
Riverside Cemetery Being Marked for Interactive GIS Map
The City of Asheville, North Carolina uses ArcGIS Online to develop an interactive map for locating grave sites in the city’s local cemetery.
Mountain Xpress, September 2012
Citizens on Patrol
New Haven, Connecticut implements ArcGIS-based system that allows citizens to report city maintenance issues.
Public Works Magazine, June 2012
Citywide GIS Tracks Public Works
The public works department in Buffalo, New York has achieved major operational benefits from the implementation of an enterprise GIS based on ArcGIS for Server.
GeoPlace.com, September 2011
Using Mobile Technology to Manage Park Assets
Las Vegas builds the foundation for a tool that lets web site visitors find and reserve their ideal getaway location.
ArcNews, Spring 2012
Free vs. Paid Maps for Asset Management
David Totman, Esri Public Works Industry Manager, compares the benefits of GIS for geospatial data acquisition and analysis with mapping applications used for only display.
Public Works Magazine, September 2012
As public works professionals, you and your organization work to strengthen the country's infrastructure. You are responsible for many assets such as transportation and water infrastructure, fleets of vehicles, signs, and trees, to name a few. GIS gives you the data management and mapping tools you need for better asset and work order management, planning, and prioritization.
Creating a public works information system based on Esri's ArcGIS for Server will improve your department's efficiency and productivity. The system uses GIS to connect divisions from engineering to accounting, which streamlines workflows, asset management, and operations.
See how public works departments benefit from the use of geographic analysis and GIS.
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