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Monday, November 9 • 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Street Light Management, the 100% ArcGIS online Method

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Eric Pescatore, Martha Ziemer

Communities around the country are experiencing huge cost savings in street lighting through conversion to LED lighting. Often the first step a community will take would be an audit of its existing inventory, which leads into an installation phase to replace the fixtures. This leads to specific challenges in each phase of the project. For example, when issues are encountered and need to be the client in a timely manner or maintaining access to specific data-sets for a variety of stakeholders.  This talk will focus on the use of a 100% ArcGIS Online solution to manage all phases of a LED retro-fit project for New Bedford, MA and cover the lessons learned.  This project utilized Collector for the inventory process, Operations Dashboard for issue and KPI tracking, and ArcGIS Online web applications to support community outreach.

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Monday November 9, 2015 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Green Mountain B

Attendees (19)