The utility industry is under tremendous transformation. In 2021, more companies will work toward a clean energy future, with many setting the ambitious goal of zero carbon emissions by 2050 using increased solar, wind, and energy storage investment.
For any GIS manager or IT professional tasked with implementing ArcGIS Utility Network (UN) in the cloud, knowing where to start can be daunting.
With expert consulting services from Critigen, South Jersey Industries (SJI) realized the promise of Utility Network Implementation success. SJI worked closely with Critigen to implement ArcGIS Pro and the Utility Network data model.
In preparing for Utility Network migration, we continue to hear 5 persistent questions about how implementing ArcGIS on HANA will benefit an organization. Let’s walk through these 5 questions.
We continue to hear 5 persistent questions about how implementing ArcGIS on HANA would benefit an organization. Let’s walk through these 5 questions, I’ll show you how we help you get started with ArcGIS on HANA. Then you may realize the benefits this solution promises.
Most utilities will need assistance from an outside consultant to provide either expertise or additional capacity when implementing Esri’s Utility Network. With Critigen’s Flexible Collaboration Spectrum, you decide how the project work will be shared.
With the addition of responsive design, out of the box widgets, and continued development, ArcGIS Experience Builder will grow in ease of use and popularity.
Building on each organization’s active participation in the OpenStreetMap (OSM) community Critigen and YouthMappers have agreed to a shared common vision to communicate, coordinate, and cooperate to enhance the use and creation of open geospatial data and technology.
As a trusted Esri Platinum Business partner, Critigen has implemented two of the first three live UN deployments in North America and has not only answered questions, but successfully delivered the Utility Network for multiple clients. Here is our best intel gained through that real-world experience.
In this article, I lay out three simple steps that will prepare you for a successful migration to Esri’s Utility Network.