Integrating sanitary televising data with utility gis data within the city of ashland matt eitrem

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Integrating sanitary televising data with utility gis data within the city of ashland matt eitrem

  1. 1. Matt Eitrem GIS Coordinator City of Ashland Wisconsin
  2. 2. Matt Eitrem, GIS Coordinator since 2008 City GIS Program since 2003 Focus on Public Works and Utility Data Development Utilizing ArcGIS Server since 2010 Spring of 2012 signed a SUELA with ESRI
  3. 3. 22% of sanitary mains were video inspected in 2011 & 2012 GIS was used in all phases of project, RFP, Implementation, QA/QC, and Data Integration GIS information was put to use immediately
  4. 4. RFP Document GPS Location requirements Required using the City’s Manhole and Pipe IDs All digital deliverables Tabular data deliverable GIS data summary of project specs Generated a Mapbook for Contractor Contractor Preliminary Meeting
  5. 5. Generated using Data Driven Pages
  6. 6. Cover Page 1 of 21
  7. 7. Content Page
  8. 8. Import televising tables Setup NASSCO domain codes Setup relationship classes on televising tables Generate routes on sanitary mains feature class Create route event layer on the observations table from distance and offset measurements Format reverse distance measurements to locate correctly along routes Format media data fields to reference local flat file locations, via UNC path or URL
  9. 9. Data delivered as MS Access mdb file and flat files of pdf reports and videos. Direct import from odbc database connection Issues with ArcMap bring in Primary Key fields from Access tables. Update Query used in Access Two tables – Inspections & Observations NASSCO Deficiency Codes National Association of Sewer Service Companies www.nassco.org
  10. 10. Import Inspection and Observation tables Imported NASSCO codes to GDB coded domain values with Table to Domain tool
  11. 11. Build relationship classes on televising tables
  12. 12. Setup Routes for Sanitary Mains
  13. 13. Setup Route Event Layer
  14. 14. Setup Route Event Layer
  15. 15. Setup Route Event Layer
  16. 16. Setup Route Event Layer
  17. 17. Reverse Televising Events
  18. 18. Updating Lateral Inventory
  19. 19. Author Route Event Layer to ArcGIS Server At 10.0 publish through MXD Popup broken via Flexviewer 2.5
  20. 20. End user data access, putting it to work immediately Contractor QA/QC check Customer service Capital planning 100% inventory of laterals All benefits of using GIS from start to finish in a project.

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