Are you ready for the Utility Network?

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12-14-2016 09:39 AM
New Contributor III

As we gear up for the Beta release of the Utility Network we want to keep you informed of the latest information.

Sign up now to get the latest news on the Utility Network and get a free copy of “The Road Ahead for Network Management” White Paper. Once signed up, you will also receive updates from our Road to Utilities Network Newsletter.

Hear the latest, here.

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Frequent Contributor II

to be honest. Saw the webanar the other day. probably never going to touch it. 

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Esri Contributor

Anything we could help you understand or clarify Robert?

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MVP Regular Contributor

Where do we sign up?

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Esri Contributor

Things have moved forward quite a bit since this post from Nydia. I would suggest take a look at the status of the actual tools here:

Configurations and Deployment Tools

Another spot with some great documentation is simply the ArcGIS Pro Help site, specifically:

ArcGIS Pro Help - What is a utility network?

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MVP Regular Contributor

Okay, thanks

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Frequent Contributor II

It would be handy to be able to see a diagram or better yet the data model to be used.

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Esri Contributor

Here are the electric distribution and transmission models:

What is the electric data model?—Help | ArcGIS for Electric 

The PNGs are print quality as well. So open them up in a new window and download to get the full resolution copy.

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Frequent Contributor II

I was hoping for something more along the lines of attributes, domains.

We know what the Electric Distribution devices are but what are the attributes available for

Arresters, Fuses, Transformers.

Where are Reclosers?  Or would those be generalized under Power Factor Correcting Equipment. 

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Esri Contributor

Here you go Robert: Electric 

This is the data dictionary for the out of the box utility network configuration. We believe fully that customers/partners will take this base model and extend it when/where needed.

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