Esri Utility Network Configuration and Data Loading Tools Status

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05-03-2018 02:31 PM
HowardCrothers
Esri Contributor

Network Configuration Data Model Version Last Update Configuration Location Data Loading Tools Location Migration Tools Location

Electric (Distribution & Transmission)3.4March 2020

http://esriurl.com/electricunconfig

https://solutions.arcgis.com/electric/help/electric-utility-network-data-loading/

http://esriurl.com/elecmigration
Communications1.0November 2020

http://esriurl.com/commsunconfig

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Gas / Hazardous Liquid Pipeline (UPDM)1.1November 2020

http://esriurl.com/gasunconfig

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esriurl.com/gasmigration
Sewer3.1March 2020http://esriurl.com/sewerunconfig--
Stormwater3.1March 2020http://esriurl.com/stormwaterunconfig--
Water Distribution4.0March 2020

esriurl.com/waterdistunconfig

https://solutions.arcgis.com/water/help/water-distribution-utility-network-data-loading/ 

http://esriurl.com/waterdistmigration

 

This table shows the current status of Utility Network Industry Configurations and Migrations tools.  It will be kept up to date.

 

Resource specific data models for the utility network are contained in the corresponding Network Configuration.  For example, if looking for the water distribution data model for the utility network download the Water Distribution Network Configuration.

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MikeMillerGIS
Esri Regular Contributor

Thank you for letting us know the links are not working, we will get them fixed today.

A workbench for sewer does not exist.

The Sewer Utility Network foundation is here - https://solutions.arcgis.com/water/help/sewer-utility-network-foundation/

I would explore the Data Loading tools for migration - https://solutions.arcgis.com/shared/help/data-loading/

Chris_Counsell
Esri Contributor

Hi Mike,

Do we have an indicative release date on data loading for other utility networks, specifically sewer? 

We'd like to see if these things are tailored to migrating from an Esri geometric network or they could be used for other sources like in our locale.

Do they handle complex transformations?

Cheers,

Chris

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HowardCrothers
Esri Contributor

Hi Chris,

 

We don't anticipate releasing Utility Network Data Loading for Sewer in the short term.  My suggestion is to use the generic Data Loading Tools Data Loading Tools | ArcGIS Solutions with your input sewer data and your desired output asset package and establish the mapping yourself.  

 

Think of Water Utility Network Data Loading Water Distribution Utility Network Data Loading | ArcGIS Solutions for Water  as the Data Loading Tools preconfigured for a common representation of a water distribution system as the source and the most recent water asset package as the target.  The documentation includes some additional useful info when working with water datasets, but will highlight concepts that will help you with sewer or other data sets.

 

So you would use the same tools - Data Loading - just feed your source and target in and establish your own mappings.  Yes, you would have to do some extra work, but we've heard from other organizations loading sewer data that once they understand how the Data Loading Tools work it is a quick process to set it up for their specific source and target.

 

Hope that helps.

 

Regards,

 

Howard

HéctorMeléndez
Esri Contributor

Hi, I would like to know if there is an ETA for the Fiber configuration 1.0 release (Anticipated Q3 2020 is this the 1.0 release) and if any of the following artifacts would be provided for Fiber or any of the telecom configurations.

  • Data Reviewer (.rbj) for fiber
  • FME Workbench
  • Data Loading Tool