In this session you will learn the best practice approaches for moving your geodatabase with your LRS from traditional to branch versioning to support the new feature service-based network editing and conflict prevention capabilities in ArcGIS Pipeline Referencing/ArcGIS Roads and Highways
Learn how ArcGIS Pipeline Referencing can be used to manage and edit pipeline networks event data on a spatial linear referencing system (LRS). This session will provide a product overview with demonstrations to orchestrate linear referenced pipeline data management and data editing work such as data loading, pipe replacements, linear referenced event behaviors, the REST API to extend LRS capabilities across the Enterprise, and web-based event editing with the Event Editor.
Learn how ArcGIS Roads and Highways can be used to manage and edit roadway network centerline data, roadway characteristic and asset data on a spatial linear referencing system (LRS). This session will provide a product overview with demonstrations of supported roadway data editing workflows, linear referenced event behaviors, tools to detect measure errors in data, the REST API to extend LRS capabilities across the enterprise, web-based event editing with the Event Editor, and web-based roadway network reporting with the Roadway Reporter.
Learn how ArcGIS Pipeline Referencing can be integrated with a Utility Network to support linear referencing and network connectivity on a pipe system. This session will provide an overview of the configuration of Pipeline Referencing and a Utility Network together, the enhancements to LRS Network editing activities, and support for maintaining measures on Utility Network assets like devices and junctions.
In this session we will demonstrate the new features and capabilities in ArcGIS Roads and Highways in the ArcGIS Pro 2.5 and 2.6 releases, including Roads and Highways Desktop, Roads and Highways Server, and the Event Editor.