The technological landscape is constantly changing. At New Century Software, we strive to stay on the cutting edge of new technology, understand its value, and use it for solutions that meet your business needs. New technologies can provide great value; however, we also want to maintain a stable solution base for our clients.
To say that a leaking pipeline is no good may be the understatement of all time. We hear about the major pipeline leaks and spills, but what about leaks that happen closer to home? Like inside your house or business. Would you know what to look for and what to do when a pipe leak is suspected?
It’s simple, really, and starts with your senses. Use your nose, eyes, and ears to stop a potentially unstable situation before it becomes worse.
Keeping our customers in the know about our software is of utmost importance, so based on requests from our user community, New Century Software has started publishing a quarterly support bulletin. The goal is to keep you, the user, informed of our release plans, software updates, and compatibility with utilized third-party software.
In the second installment of our ArcMap tips and tricks we walked through creating keyboard shortcuts. In this last portion we'll be discussing finding PODS feature classes and Ctrl and Alt key shortcuts.
Happy 4th of July! In celebration of the holiday we took a look at everyone's favorite part, the fireworks, and the history of how they came about.
Always expanding to meet pipeline operator and industry needs, we’re delighted to announce the formation of an In-Line Inspection (ILI) services team! We’ve always dabbled in select ILI services, and now it’s time to utilize the full potential of our knowledgeable staff. The team is dedicated to supporting operators with all things ILI-related including general ILI support, interpretation of results, tool validation, raw data review, data alignment, run comparison, corrosion growth, and data management and integration. Lead by team manager, Phil Tisovec, the team possesses diverse ILI, GIS and data management experience; see what each member brings to the table!
In the first installment of our ArcMap tips and tricks we talked about using the mouse wheel to zoom in and out, as well as turning off the auto-draw option when adding a new feature class. This week we're looking at creating a shortcut for selected features.
Whether you’re a daily Esri ArcMap consumer, or just an intermittent user, there’s always some new trick to discover. Here at New Century, we learn new functionality all the time! I've put together a list of my top five favorite tips. Check out the first two tips here!
Integrity Management program requires pipeline operators to consider various elements, and out of those elements, risk assessment plays a crucial role. To achieve actionable risk results, it is vital to know how to validate the results, and we have also found, setting risk tolerance limits better facilitates achieving actionable risk results. So the question is: how do you go about establishing risk tolerance criteria?