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NathanEasley
Esri Contributor

Enclosed is the updated white paper for migrating Roads and Highways from ArcMap to ArcGIS Pro version 2.8.

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NathanEasley
Esri Contributor

Patch 2 for ArcGIS Roads and Highways 10.7.1 Desktop and Server is now available.

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NathanEasley
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The patch for ArcGIS Roads and Highways 10.8.1 Desktop is now available.

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EricRodenberg
Esri Contributor

The Esri Transportation Team is excited and pleased for you to join us at the 2020 Esri User Conference virtually.  This year we have some great demos and resources for those of you working on and interested in solving transportation-related problems associated with the Roads and Highways industry segment. Our team has been hard at work creating content, demos, resources, applications you can try out below.  As always, if you have any questions or would like to learn more, please visit us at our virtual kiosk or subtopic area Roads & Highways.  We are excited to meet with you, listen, and help solve your business problems.

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JordanBush2
New Contributor III

Applications designed to: 1) Establish an Authoritative Asset Inventory, 2) Get to your information quickly from any device, and 3) Reduce Transit Time.

This use case examines modern data collection techniques and ways to improve inspection efficiency by keeping Field Inspectors in the field and Project Managers focused on project metrics and progress. 

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PaulRobinson1
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Coastal communities flood!!  And driving around them during flooding can be difficult and dangerous.

We’re a non-profit organization that accelerates innovation around coastal resilience solutions and we're offering up to $500,000 to create a next generation traffic app that offers drivers real-time flooding and re-routing information.  Think real-time flood info for Waze - including road closures.

We want teams who can develop and demonstrate a real-time version of this system.


Visit riseresilience.org for more details, or email me at paulrobinson@riseresilience.org .

Paul Robinson

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PaulRobinson1
New Contributor

Coastal communities flood!!  And driving around them during flooding can be difficult and dangerous.

We’re a non-profit organization that accelerates innovation around coastal resilience solutions and we're offering up to $500,000 to create a next generation traffic app that offers drivers real-time flooding and re-routing information.  Think real-time flood info for Waze - including road closures.

We want teams who can develop and demonstrate a real-time version of this system.


Visit riseresilience.org for more details, or email me at paulrobinson@riseresilience.org .

Thanks!

Paul Robinson

Executive Director of RISE

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EricRodenberg
Esri Contributor

Attribute Rules were introduced to the GIS community in January 2019 with the release of ArcGIS Pro 2.3 and ArcGIS Enterprise 10.7.  The focus was and still is improving data quality and reducing erroneous data entry.  While Geodatabase Domains do this through pick lists and validation through range domains, there is nothing stopping an editor from picking the wrong value.  Also, many DOT's attach information onto their asset inventory such as the county, District, Maintenance Region, and other administrative boundaries.  Many DOT's even do this through post-processing.  

What if there was a way to do this in real-time while an Editor is creating a new feature or even moving an existing feature or updating its attributes.  I present to you Attribute Rules.  The Attribute rules are designed to support 3 types of workflows.  

  1. Automatic population of attributes.
  2. Perform QA checks on existing features.
  3. Constrain Invalid Edits.

They are applied to your data residing in an Enterprise Geodatabase and are just another complex behavior like domains and subtypes.  They support two workflows which include evaluation at edit operations using immediate calculations to populate an attribute dynamically or they can be used as a constraint to specify permissible values. The second workflow they support is evaluation of data by a validation service allowing the user to apply them to a batch calculation to populate attributes and validation to validate existing data.

Attribute Rules allow you to make the data smart, so the editor doesn't have to necessarily know where they are when they are editing a bridge.  As long as they create the bridge point, Attribute Rules can, for example, intersect the bridge point with a county and pull out the county name and insert it into the county name field on the bridge layer.  So as long as you know what the authoritative data sources using arcade expressions you can make your data smart.

The best part in all of this is that wherever you make edits, in Pro, Web App Builder, Event Editor, Survey123, Collector or any other app that supports editing, the database will always honor your attribute rules and apply them no matter the client making the edit.

Here is a video I put together to illustrate how it works.  Over the next few months, I'll update this blog with videos on Constraints and Validation Rules. To sweeten the pot I've also attached all of the arcade expressions I used in the video to give you a head start on your own efforts to implement Attribute Rules. Also here is a nice article in the help and a deeper dive video than mine on Attribute Rules from the 2019 Developer Summit.

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JordanBush2
New Contributor III

A use case in Seaports for Lease Management. Quickly identify parcel information, visualize lease expiration dates, and expand customer outreach. For more information please reach out to the Ports team: Matt Gipson (Account Executive) or Jordan Bush (Solution Engineer).

ArcGIS for Maritime

Enterprise GIS

Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS

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SeanDolan1
Occasional Contributor II

"The Michigan Bridge Conditions Dashboard provides up-to-date information on more than 11,000 bridges throughout the state, including locally-owned bridges...Users can sort data on the dashboard based on bridge location, status, ownership, and quality rating."

Link to article:  MDOT's new interactive map lets you check on bridge status throughout the state | Michigan Radio

Link to Esri Story Map/Dashboard:  https://mdot.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=fb70725b2be04dc7b01703d0b6c91bb6 

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