Using ArcGIS for Water UtilityWorkflows
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IntroductionCourse goalsAdditional resourcesIcons used in this workbookUnderstanding the ArcGIS Platform
1 The ArcGIS platform for water utilities
Lesson introductionCommon GIS patternsHow do you use GIS in your organization?The ArcGIS platformWeb GISDataPortalsWeb layersGroupsSolutionsPlatform components used by each solutionRelated patterns and solutionsWater utility solutions and the LGIMNavigating an ArcGIS Online organizationLesson review
2 Maintaining utility asset models
Lesson introductionThe Map Change Request solutionThe Water Utility Network Editing solutionGeometric networksEdges and junctionsSimple and complex edgesRelating geometric networks to water utilitiesUsing Water Utility Network Editing toolsThe Attribute AssistantExercise 2: Edit water utility network assets
Sign in to ArcGIS OnlineAdd the Map Change Request layerStart an editing sessionAdd water mainsAdd fittingsAdd meters and associated featuresIdentify disconnected meters, and connect them to the networkAdd gate valvesAdd hydrant and associated features
3 Utility network tracing
Lesson introductionNetwork tracingSources and sinksFlags and barriersValve Isolation traceSecondary Valve Isolation tracePerforming Valve Isolation trace analysisExercise 3: Identify valves to close in the event of a water main break
Identify valves to isolate a water main breakIdentify additional valves when a valve is stuck open
4 Sharing information with the platform
Lesson introductionThe Foundational Viewer solutionTypes of web layersPublishing web layersExercise 4A: Publish web layers
Sign in to your ArcGIS Online accountPublish services
Web mapsCreating a web mapExercise 4B: Create and configure a web map
Sign in to ArcGIS Online in a web browserCreate a web mapConfigure pop-ups
Web appsCreating a web appExercise 4C: Create and configure a web app
Create a web appConfigure your web app
5 Creating a web map for mobile data collection
Lesson introductionThe Hydrant Maintenance Inspection solutionConfiguring a web layer for data collectionCreating a web layer for data collectionExercise 5A: Publish and configure the Hydrant Maintenance Inspection web layer
Sign in to ArcGIS OnlineExplore the solution map document
Publish the web layerConfigure the web layer
Configuring a web map for data collectionCreating a web map for data collectionExercise 5B: Create and configure a web map for data collection
Create a web map for data collectionConfigure the web map for searchingShare the web map with field crews
6 Creating a dashboard with Operations Dashboard
Lesson introductionDashboardElementsData sourcesFiltersSelect elements based on reporting needsCreating a dashboard in Operations DashboardExercise 6: Create an inspection progress tracking dashboard
Create a dashboardAdd a Map elementAdd a Gauge elementAdd an Indicator elementAdd a Pie Chart element
7 Using Collector for ArcGIS
Lesson introductionUsing web maps with Collector for ArcGISUsing Collector for ArcGISExercise 7: Collect data
Open the web map for data collectionOpen the Operations Dashboard viewCollect hydrant maintenance inspection information
8 Connecting with customers
Lesson introductionThe Sewer Service Lookup solutionThe Information Lookup configurable appConfiguring the Sewer Service Lookup solution web appExercise 8A: Challenge - Create a web app to connect with customers
Locate the solution and open the mapPublish a web layer
Create a web mapCreate a Sewer Service Lookup app
Exercise 8B: Detailed - Create a web app to connect with customersLocate the solution and open the mapPublish a web layerCreate a web mapCreate a Sewer Service Lookup app
Appendix A: Esri data license agreementAppendix B: Workflow: Identifying datasets used by a solutionAppendix C: Water utility network editingAppendix D: Answers to lesson review questions
Lesson 1: The ArcGIS platform for water utilitiesLesson 2: Maintaining utility asset modelsLesson 3: Utility network tracingLesson 4: Sharing information with the platformLesson 5: Creating a web map for mobile data collectionLesson 6: Creating a dashboard with Operations DashboardLesson 7: Using Collector for ArcGISLesson 8: Connecting with customers
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