Using ArcGIS Server to Support Work  Order Management and Facility            Operations             WLIA 2012       Sam P...
MCO – Midwest Contract Operations Contract  Operations Firm Industrial and  Municipal Clients   • Water treatment   • Wa...
Project Need Outdated and un-supported existing Work  Order Management System Facilities Plan Upgrade   • ~ $25 Million ...
Neenah-Menasha Wastewater    Treatment Plant GIS•   GIS Based-Work Order    Management System•   Map locations of all faci...
Data Development Numerous Sources  • Existing facility plan drawings  • Time in the plant     • Face time with operators ...
Facility Plan CAD Drawings
Data Development          Detail•   Detailed view of 1st Floor of    Service Building•   Identify on details of Chlorine  ...
Application
Application Functions - Employee Navigate map View assets, attachments, work orders View assigned work orders Print M...
Application Functions - Administrator Navigate map View, add, update anyone’s work orders Auto-generate work orders Vi...
Application Architecture
Why JavaScript? Future support for mobile devices   • No Flex   • No Silverlight Did not want to be tied to any RIA  Fra...
Demo
Challenges/Lessons Learned Don’t use ArcGIS OBJECTID to link  between spatial and nonspatial data Balancing ASPX and Jav...
Thank You For Your Time         Sam Pociask      GIS Project Manager         920-751-4200    spociask@mcmgrp.com       Rog...
Screenshot: Home Page
Screenshot: Asset on Map
Screenshot: View Asset
Screenshot: View Asset Attachment
Screenshot: Work Orders for Asset
Screenshot: My Work Orders
Screenshot: Work Order
Screenshot: Work Order List
Screenshot: Generate Work Orders
Screenshot: View Tasks
Screenshot: Edit Task
Screenshot: Edit Task Instructions
Screenshot: View Employees
Screenshot: Edit Employee
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Midwest Contract Operations (MCO), part of the McMahon group of companies, is a professional contract operations firm specializing in management, operation and maintenance of water systems, wastewater systems and public works facilities. One of the facilities under MCO management, the Neenah-Menasha Sewerage Treatment Plant, is undergoing a significant facilities plan upgrade in 2012-2013. As part of this effort, McMahon contracted with GeoDecisions to create a spatially enabled Work Order Management web application to replace an outdated and unsupported desktop application. Using ESRI’s ArcGIS Server and ArcGIS API for JavaScript, the Work Order Management System (WOrMS) allows facility staff to interact with a map of the treatment plant, select and view equipment and other assets on the map, and view and create work orders linked to those assets. The system supports traditional desktop and laptop computers, as well as mobile and tablet devices like iPads. This presentation discusses the project’s business and technical drivers, application architecture and implementation details.

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Using ArcGIS Server to Support Work Order Management and Facility Operations

  1. 1. Using ArcGIS Server to Support Work Order Management and Facility Operations WLIA 2012 Sam Pociask (McMahon) Roger Boissonnas (GeoDecisions)
  2. 2. MCO – Midwest Contract Operations Contract Operations Firm Industrial and Municipal Clients • Water treatment • Wastewater treatment • Public works facilities
  3. 3. Project Need Outdated and un-supported existing Work Order Management System Facilities Plan Upgrade • ~ $25 Million in facility/assets upgrades Operator Staff Turnover Manage information critical to operation of plant in one place
  4. 4. Neenah-Menasha Wastewater Treatment Plant GIS• GIS Based-Work Order Management System• Map locations of all facility assets• Associate detailed information to asset location • Open Work-Orders • Shop Drawings • O&M Manuals • Start-up Videos • Emergency Procedures • Manufacturers Website
  5. 5. Data Development Numerous Sources • Existing facility plan drawings • Time in the plant • Face time with operators • Mark-ups from operators • Asset photos • Updated plans per facility upgrades
  6. 6. Facility Plan CAD Drawings
  7. 7. Data Development Detail• Detailed view of 1st Floor of Service Building• Identify on details of Chlorine Feed Pump #3• Asset information linked to this pump include: • O&M Manual • Shop Drawing • Information Video • Asset Photo • Emergency Protocol
  8. 8. Application
  9. 9. Application Functions - Employee Navigate map View assets, attachments, work orders View assigned work orders Print Mark work orders complete
  10. 10. Application Functions - Administrator Navigate map View, add, update anyone’s work orders Auto-generate work orders View, add, update, retire assets View, add, update, retire tasks View, add, update, retire employees Assign employees to roles Reset password
  11. 11. Application Architecture
  12. 12. Why JavaScript? Future support for mobile devices • No Flex • No Silverlight Did not want to be tied to any RIA Framework • Adobe is discontinuing support for Flash on mobile platforms (announced 11/8/2011) • Silverlight’s future uncertain in Windows 8
  13. 13. Demo
  14. 14. Challenges/Lessons Learned Don’t use ArcGIS OBJECTID to link between spatial and nonspatial data Balancing ASPX and JavaScript API ArcGIS API for JavaScript can be fiddly
  15. 15. Thank You For Your Time Sam Pociask GIS Project Manager 920-751-4200 spociask@mcmgrp.com Roger Boissonnas Technical Architect 608-836-1500 rboissonnas@geodecisions.com
  16. 16. Screenshot: Home Page
  17. 17. Screenshot: Asset on Map
  18. 18. Screenshot: View Asset
  19. 19. Screenshot: View Asset Attachment
  20. 20. Screenshot: Work Orders for Asset
  21. 21. Screenshot: My Work Orders
  22. 22. Screenshot: Work Order
  23. 23. Screenshot: Work Order List
  24. 24. Screenshot: Generate Work Orders
  25. 25. Screenshot: View Tasks
  26. 26. Screenshot: Edit Task
  27. 27. Screenshot: Edit Task Instructions
  28. 28. Screenshot: View Employees
  29. 29. Screenshot: Edit Employee

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