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AdamCarnow
Esri Regular Contributor

Each year since 2018, the American Public Works Association (APWA) surveys their 30,000+ membership to identify the Top 5 Tech Trends for the Public Works community. They just released the list of 2023 and once again, GIS is on the list, along with drones, asset management, field crew technology, and electric vehicles.

https://www.esri.com/en-us/industries/blog/articles/starting-out-2023-with-the-apwa-top-5-trending-t...

 

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AdamCarnow
Esri Regular Contributor

I had the pleasure of participating in the 2022 Esri Pacific User Conference November 15-16 in Sacramento, California. The plenary session included wonderful presentations from customers. One was from Sacramento CIO Maria MacGunigal. Another was from California GovOps Department Secretary Amy Tong. It was impressive to see two executives understand and evangelize the value of GIS to support government agency operations, particularly those operations that fall under the public works realm, which is my focus.

Here is the blog post: https://www.esri.com/en-us/industries/blog/articles/reflections-from-the-2022-esri-pacific-user-conf...

 

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AdamCarnow
Esri Regular Contributor

I had the pleasure of participating in the 2022 Esri Gulf Coast User Conference November 9-10 in Houston, Texas. The plenary session included two amazing presentations. One on real-time flood inundation mapping detailed in this blog post. The other presentation was on Transforming Houston Public Works Geospatial Technology presented by Houston Public Works Director Carol Haddock and GIS Manager Anthony Powell. Here is the blog post: https://www.esri.com/en-us/industries/blog/articles/reflections-from-the-2022-esri-gulf-coast-user-c...

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AdamCarnow
Esri Regular Contributor

I had the pleasure of participating in the 2022 Esri Gulf Coast User Conference November 9-10 in Houston, Texas. The plenary session included two amazing presentations. One was from University of Texas Center for Water and the Environment researchers Dr. David Maidment, Chief Harry Evans (former Austin, TX Fire Department Chief of Staff), and Christine Thies on real-time flood inundation mapping. Here is the blog post: https://www.esri.com/en-us/industries/blog/articles/reflections-from-the-2022-esri-gulf-coast-user-c...

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AdamCarnow
Esri Regular Contributor

Check out this new success story from Newark, DE Public Works & Water Resources. This story is a great example of how a few GIS users, along with strong leadership, vision, and executive sponsorship, can positively impact a municipality's operations by increasing efficiency, delivering an increased level of service, modernizing outdated workflows, and innovating new solutions. It is a blueprint for how to reimagine, rethink, and rebuild an organization with GIS.

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AdamCarnow
Esri Regular Contributor

Your staff is in the field each day maintaining infrastructure, completing work order requests, and working with residents. Attend our upcoming webinar, Optimizing Public Works Field and Fleet Operations, on September 27, 2022, and see how you can respond to incoming work orders, decide how to efficiently deploy technicians and vehicles based on location and vehicle capacity, and keep costs down. With GIS, you can quickly and effectively respond to your community's needs.

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AdamCarnow
Esri Regular Contributor

Here is a link to the September, 2022 edition of the Esri Public Works & Engineering monthly eBrief: 

https://go.esri.com/webmail/82202/1034769741/174ef0e1bd6fe6f2318d2d77ddf4255c

If you'd like to subscribe to it, go to the Public Works site and click on the STAY UPDATED button on the right side of the page.

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AdamCarnow
Esri Regular Contributor

If you missed my presentation on Supporting the Entire Project Lifecycle with GIS at the APWA PWX 2022 conference here is a recording.

 

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AdamCarnow
Esri Regular Contributor

Here is a summary of how Esri supported the American Public Works Association’s (APWA) PWX Conference in Charlotte, NC August 28-31. Over 2,100 professionals were in attendance and the theme was Ready and Resilient. GIS is consistently one of the annual APWA Top 5 Public Works Trending Technologies, and Esri has been a long-time supporter of APWA as part of our work with the Public Works community. We continued that tradition by supporting the 2022 PWX conference in multiple ways.

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