GeoNet Weekly News & Tips: A Three-Part Blog Series for Electric and Gas Professionals, Esri Community for Denmark, Faroe, Islands and Greenland, and 3 Product and Service Updates

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Managing Cathodic Protection with Utility and Pipeline Data Model
Tom Coolidge and Tom DeWitte are launching a three-part blog series in the Electric and Gas place on managing cathodic protection systems with ArcGIS, Utility Network, and the Utility and Pipeline Data Model (UPDM) 2019. Tom DeWitte posted part one, which starts with understanding the need and the value for the system.  Go to:  Managing Cathodic Protection with UPDM 2019: The Basics 





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Esri Community for Denmark, Faroe Islands, and GreenlandWelcome, Esri-fællesskabet for Danmark, Færøerne og Grønland to the GeoNet Community! The Esri Community for Denmark, Faroe Islands, and Greenland joins more than 15 worldwide communities that are accessible in GeoNet and hosts Danish content and discussionsGo to: Esri-fællesskabet for Danmark, Færøerne og Grønland.


Open Questions & Discussions 

Thomas York started a discussion about migrating data to the Utility Network with in-house GIS staff versus using a consultant. If you have done this before, what would you recommend?  

Zachary Robinson has coordinate values for a city and is looking for some ideas about how to convert them for useful insights. 

Samuel Hildebrand is looking for recommendations on the best Python IDE’s that are compatible with ArcGIS. Share your preference in the discussion.  


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3 Product and Service Updates 

ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET has a new release for .NET 100.7 with new enhancements, bug fixes, and more. 

My Esri has a new release and now has ArcGIS Online information available. 

Esri Training announced a free seminar on Python Libraries for Spatial Data Science on February 20.   



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