Howard Crothers
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ArcGIS Solutions Product Manager

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February 2016 Local Government, State Government, Emergency Management, Water, Gas and Electric Solution Updates

At the end of February, 5 new solution products were added to ArcGIS, 26 existing solution products were updated and 1 solution product e...

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Announcing Local Government Scenes

Want to bring your local government into the world of 3D visualization? Not sure how to derive 3D scenes from your 2D data? Think it will...

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Be Ready to Support the Next Election with New ArcGIS Election Solutions

Before an election, citizens want to know where to vote.  On election day, voters want to know how long the wait is to cast a ballot so ...

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Automate Gas Gathering System Facility Reporting

Growth in unconvential gas supplies is spurring a boom in gas gathering pipeline construction.  ArcGIS for Gas Utilities now includes Fa...

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December 2015 Local Government, State Government & Utilities Solutions Updates

The December 2015 release of ArcGIS Solutions for Local Government, State Government and Utilities includes 7 new solution releases, 3 so...

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November 2015 Local Government, State Government & Emergency Management Solutions Updates

In parallel with the November 2015 Update to ArcGIS Online several of the configurable ArcGIS Solutions have been updated to make deploym...

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Introducing Esri’s Four-Part Technical Webinar-Series: Save Water with ArcGIS

Conserving water is a strategic priority for many water utilities, especially those facing drought. Yet conservation is complex. There ar...

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Benefits of the Local Government Information Model for Water Utilities

Why should a water, wastewater or stormwater utility adopt the Local Government Information Model?

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What is the Local Government Information Model?

The maps and apps that comprise ArcGIS for Water Utilities are built around the Local Government Information Model

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