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Tuesday, November 10 • 11:30am - 12:00pm
ArcGIS Server for Field Data Collection in the City of Concord

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*Ying Zhou

City of Concord completed utility and street infrastructure mapping years ago. New construction and repair work records are updated as soon as plans and field books are submitted. Sewer and water system record cards are digitally managed and linked to GIS. Whether in the office or on a job site, users can access utility records through an ArcGIS Server web app, a desktop ArcGIS app, or an ArcReader document. Each water, sewer, or highway field crew is equipped with an iPad or a laptop. We expanded our field GIS use into maintenance data collection on iPads. Data being collected include maintenance records of hydrant flushing, valve inspection, pavement marking painting, storm water catch basin cleaning, and sewer/drain main maintenance activities. The data collection apps are built on ArcGIS API for JavaScript. Since data layers are served from an ArcSDE geodatabase, supervisors in the office can see new records as soon as they are saved. Maintenance records are stored in stand-alone SDE tables linked to the feature layers by one-to-many relationship classes. Managers are now able to print weekly, monthly, or annual work progress reports directly from the web apps.


Ying Zhou

City of Concord

Tuesday November 10, 2015 11:30am - 12:00pm EST
Green Mountain C

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