Managing stormwater on a tight budget can leave you wanting 10 pairs of eyes. Let Esri technology be your eyes. ArcGIS collects, integrates, and analyze all your data from internal and external sources. Its focused, engaging maps help you make strategic, justifiable choices from a desktop or mobile device. Target capital improvement projects where your network needs them most. Stormwater utilities of every size have saved resources through ArcGIS. Are you ready to run off with Esri?
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Collect, edit, and apply real-time data from a mobile device with preconfigured apps for water utility inspection and maintenance.
Target risk areas where flooding and overflows are most troublesome. Prioritize capital improvement plans you can support through maps.
Sustain and improve data integrity with built-in checks. Automate compliance reporting. Believe in the quality of your critical assets.
Geographic knowledge of your stormwater system helps analyze and enhance your network in its urban and natural environments. Manage assets with optimized field inspections, and comply more easily with regulations through higher-integrity data and automated reports. Calculate impervious services and manage runoff while having better overall flood management.
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Maps do more than show location. Discover trends in breaking infrastructure through location analysis. Prioritize capital improvement projects to make the most of your budget. Build a sustainable stormwater network by integrating data from the field to the office. Then generate high-integrity reports with a variety of maps illustrating your infrastructure.
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Put interactive, informative maps on everyone's device. Customize internal apps and dashboards to show system developments in real time. Optimize crews with preconfigured apps to collect and edit real-time field data. Push flood warnings to the public through web apps. Control who accesses what through firewalls and secured servers.
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