What are the benefits of a data health check appointment?
There are various reasons why you should sign up. Are you new to GIS and just starting to migrate your data into a geodatabase? Does your organization rely on GIS data for analysis and/or decision-making? Are you looking to migrate to the Indoors data model or integrate your BIM data into GIS? In all these cases and more, there can be trouble when you have missing information or data in the incorrect location. A data health check gives you an assessment of the data’s current quality, enabling you to take next steps in ensuring the data is healthy, accurate and ready for its intended purposes. After all, good data is the heart of any GIS!
How to sign up?
If you work with one of the below datasets, you can take advantage of this opportunity by filling out a form with your contact information, selecting the dataset you would like Esri to review, and submitting the form to schedule your virtual appointment.
Water, wastewater, storm water
Electric and gas
Linear referenced pipelines
Upon submitting the form, Esri staff will contact you to provide instructions on how to prepare your data for the appointment and to schedule a date/time during the hours listed below:
*We will also provide a safe location for you to upload your data.
Tuesday, Oct 27, 2020 | 12:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m. PDT Wednesday, Oct 28, 2020 | 8:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. PDT Thursday, Oct 29, 2020 | 8:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. PDT Friday, Oct 30, 2020 | 8:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. PDT
During your appointment, you’ll receive an explanation of the key data checks and a high-level review of key data concerns. If errors are detected, a copy of the error features, and an Excel report with percent accuracy will also be provided. In the case of Indoors dataset, you will receive a data readiness checklist to see if your building data is ready to be migrated into the Indoors data model. And in the case of BIM dataset, we will provide guidance on what’s needed to integrate it into GIS.
Don’t miss this opportunity to check the health of your data.
Do you consider data quality as a measure of success and are using ArcGIS Data Reviewer to help achieve it?
If so, Esri’s ArcGIS Data Reviewer team needs your feedback! Please complete this 5-minute survey to tell us how you use the extension’s capabilities to perform GIS data quality control tasks. Your feedback will help us in prioritizing migration of capabilities to ArcGIS Pro, as well as, build new and useful functionality.
Click here to take the survey or scan the QR code below!
ArcGIS Data Reviewer provides a complete system for automating and simplifying data quality control.
Teri Bunting, the GIS supervisor at Tucson Water, saw a demonstration of ArcGIS Data Reviewer and participated in a complimentary data health check at the Esri User Conference and, was impressed with its capabilities, thought the solution could work for Tucson Water.
The Data Reviewer checks poster has been a great resource when planning your ArcMap or ArcGIS Server implementation of Data Reviewer. In the ArcGIS Pro 2.6 release, a new checks poster will be available that can serve as a resource to you when planning quality control workflows in ArcGIS Pro and Enterprise.
Like previous versions, the new ArcGIS Pro checks poster provides a visual guide to automated checks and the error conditions they detect. This can be especially useful when translating data quality requirements into an implementation using ArcGIS.
A new feature of the ArcGIS Pro checks poster is the identification of the validation workflows in which the check is supported. These workflows include feature validation leveraging Reviewer rules in Reviewer Batch Jobs, ArcGIS Pro maps, or your geodatabase using Attribute rules.
Understand why data quality plays a key role in every organization that uses GIS. Learn how to use ArcGIS Data Reviewer to avoid costs associated with using poor quality data in your decision-making. Reduce risks by automating workflows that identify and prevent the creation of features that do not meet quality requirements. Track progress on achieving data quality goals that impact stakeholders and data consumers.
Understand why proper planning and the use of configurable tools is key to the successful deployment and sustainment of systems of record. Learn how to use Data Reviewer for ArcGIS Server to support your organization’s constantly evolving data quality needs. This session will focus on practices that reduce risk in system deployment, streamline data management using Attribute Rules and increase transparency by highlighting data liabilities to stakeholders.
At the upcomingEsriuser conference, youhave the opportunity tovirtually connect 1:1 with anEsriindustry expert who will review and analyze your GIS data, focusing on features and attributes usingEsri’sdata quality management extension ArcGIS Data Reviewer.
Upon submitting the form, you will be provided with instructions on how to prepare your data for the appointment.Esriwill then contact you to schedule a date/time during the UC virtual showcase hours and will provide a location for you to upload your data.
During your appointment, you’ll receive an explanation of the key data checks, a review of key data concerns (if errors are detected), a copy of the error features, and an Excel report with percent accuracy. In the case of Indoors dataset, you will receive a data readiness checklist to see if your building data is ready to be migrated into the Indoors data model.
The geographic information system (GIS) team at SACWSD draws on multiple data sources, including their own fieldwork, to compile three separate datasets covering drinking water, irrigation, and sewage systems. The team uses ArcGIS to support expansion, maintenance, replacement, and improvement of the systems.
In addition, the data is shared with third-party applications, such as the district's asset management system (for daily service requests and completed work orders) and the water modeling software, which has its own requirements. So, having reliable data is important.
Head over to our ArcGISData ReviewerHealth Check story to read how this challenge was successfully met!!
The Prince William County Service Authority supplies clean water and superior service to a large and ever-growing metropolitan population. The Service Authority owns and maintains more than 2,300 miles of pipeline distributing up to 56 million gallons of water a day and treating 43 million gallons of wastewater a day for approximately 350,000 people.
The Service Authority implementedArcGIS Data Reviewer batch jobs and Cityworks permits, licensing, and land workflows to create a new streamlined, standardized, and fully deployed QA/QC business process.