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  1. 1. SCANA Has a GIS: Who Knew?
  2. 2. Utility Enterprise GIS Data Management Analytics Workforce Optimization Operational Awareness A Complete Integrated System Collect, organize & exchange data Geodatabase DESKTOP Transform data into actionable information Geoprocessing Framework SERVER Get information Into and out of the field Logistics & Smart Client MOBILE Disseminate knowledge where & when it’s needed Web ONLINE
  3. 3. Technology Overview ArcGIS Mobile Web Viewers 3. Data Access/Dissemination 2. Data Mobility Web Browser Map Service Mobile Service ArcGIS Server 4. Executive Dashboards 1. Asset/Data Management Desktop Enterprise Geodatabase
  4. 4. Trends - Visualization Bringing GIS to Everyone • • • • • • • • • Ad Hoc Enterprise Integration Inter-Organizational Common Base Maps Analytical Modeling Interoperable Dashboards Use of advanced viewers (HTML5, JavaScript, Silverlight) ArcGIS Online 5
  5. 5. Trends – Mobility Bringing the office and field together • • • • • Sometimes Connected Smart Devices Server Based Wireless Integration of data from the Enterprise
  6. 6. GIS Technology Roadmap • • • • • Using AGILE project management methodology Approximately 30 active and planned projects Staying on current releases of all software is major challenge Currently upgrading to esri version 10.21 from 9.3.1 Supported users – – – – – – – – – – – – Electric Operations Electric Transmission Gas Operations Gas Sales CGT SCI Customer Service Corporate Land Department Marketing Right of Way Environmental Demand Side Management
  7. 7. Commercial Land Base 2008
  8. 8. Locator used, in order of preference Geocode – Weekly geocode Parcel AMR Lat Long Navteq Street Transformer Location Rejects
  9. 9. Geocoding Report: Weekly Geocode Process – 2/8/2014 Total Geocoded Premises: Inactive Premises: Active Premises: Electric: Gas: Both: 788,593 23,306 765,287 431,420 86,550 247,317 Total Rejects: Inactive Rejects: Active Rejects: Electric: Gas: 81 0 81 23 58 Total Unverified Premises: Inactive Premises: Active Premises: Electric: Gas: 302 6 296 287 9
  10. 10. 700,000+ Customers in GIS
  11. 11. Geocoded Electric and Gas Customers
  12. 12. Locate Premise Tool
  13. 13. Boundary Analysis Tool
  14. 14. Boundary Analysis Tool
  15. 15. Ticket Management and Line Locating
  16. 16. Mobile GIS – ArcGIS on CADS Units
  17. 17. GIS and Gas 1995
  18. 18. GIS and Gas 2000
  19. 19. GIS and Gas 2014
  20. 20. Charleston Feeder Mains 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
  21. 21. Charleston Growth By Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 175,000+ New Homes
  22. 22. (24,000 New Homes)
  23. 23. Cane Bay 2,500 New Homes (2007-2012)
  24. 24. Synergee Gas Modeling
  25. 25. Gas Regulating Station Project
  26. 26. GasOps
  27. 27. UGP
  28. 28. Service Card Lookup
  29. 29. Distribution Integrity Management Program (Risk by sections of Mains)
  30. 30. Distribution Integrity Management Program (Risk by Area)
  31. 31. Transmission Integrity Management Program
  32. 32. Market Penetration Data
  33. 33. Gas Report – Appliance (Penetration) – Chart View
  34. 34. Gas Report – Close Reasons (Attrition) – Table View
  35. 35. Gas Availability (External Page)
  36. 36. Internal Electric Outage Web Application
  37. 37. Vegetation Management - Tree Trimming
  38. 38. Vegetation Management - Tree Trimming
  39. 39. Electric Distribution ArcEngine Application for Herbicide Spray Management
  40. 40. CYME Distribution Modeling Support
  41. 41. SCE&G’s OMS Outage Management System GIS 2x per week • Electric Grid • Links customers to Grid • Land base • Normal Electrical Configuration Real time OMS SCADA • Control of 714 Substation Breakers • Control of 732 Field Switches • 27 Data Points from each switch • Auto Sectionalization to reduce fault exposure Real time CIS • Customer Information • Service Point • Outage Call
  42. 42. F GIS Facilities on Garmin GPS Unit
  43. 43. Electric Transmission Portal
  44. 44. CGT Project
  45. 45. SCI Website
  46. 46. SCI
  47. 47. SCANA Critical Facilities
  48. 48. Dock Pilot for Lake Management
  49. 49. CRE Application for Land Management
  50. 50. Lawsuit Documentation
  51. 51. Schedule and Dispatch Perspective Gantt chart with visual indicators relating to resource schedules and tasks Map display to view routes and technician locations, and manage work assignments Allow centralized control & dispatch of field crews among service regions or zones for response & efficiency. Task List allows for intuitive organization of task information with sorting and filtering capability 65
  52. 52. Field/Mobile Perspective  Eliminate rigid geographic boundaries  Work load balancing – need to be able to move individuals and crews around to meet daily and emergency work demands.  Mix of maintenance and customer service order types eliminates multiple truck rolls or trips to same area for different type orders. 66
  53. 53. ArcGIS Online
  54. 54. Questions?

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