We’ve wrapped up our 10th Client Conference in our backyard here in Fort Collins, CO. A huge thank you to all that attended!
We've been busy attending conferences, hosting trainings and wrapping up projects for the year, and we're sure you're probably in the same boat. During that time, you might've missed out on some discussions of new and enhanced technologies, and different approaches to industry services and problems. Not to worry though, we have compiled our last five webinars touching on these topics for you to check out. Enjoy!
In the third installment of our series, How to Spot an Expert, we’re focusing on folks that offer web GIS services for pipeline operators. We’ve shared our feedback on evaluating compliance consultants and what to look for in a risk analyst, but this week, we’re shifting gears to an ever-expanding market within web GIS.
With the upcoming Advanced Pipeline Referencing solution from Esri and the UPDM data model, we think you’ll be seeing a lot more options for GIS implementations and greater variety in vendors who can offer services in the pipeline space. However, not everyone understands the complexities of the pipeline industry. So, we’ve identified three key elements that your web GIS vendor should be able to offer to ensure a successful implementation for pipeline operators.
The Esri UC has been over for less than a week and we’re still buzzing over the technology, conversations, and ideas that were shared. With over 18,000 attendees, a huge exhibit hall, countless sessions, demos, and networking events, it was a lot to take in. Despite the blur of geo-excitement, we honed in on three key messages that apply specifically to pipeline operators….
The pipeline GIS user community has experienced significant disruption over the years with rapid advances in technology, ever-evolving data models, and the increasingly important integration between systems. However, I feel the most notable and impactful change to hit our niche sector is the use of web GIS.