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Monday, October 17 • 11:30am - 12:00pm
Technical Session. GIS in the Field – Catch Basin to Pipeline Data Collection

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AUTHORS: David W. Pollock, SGC Engineering

ABSTRACT: The collection of data in the field, both spatial and attribute, has come a long way from pen and paper. Today’s state of the art data collection software enables an easier, more streamlined process, allowing it to be applied in more field situations than ever before. This presentation will take look at the use of Collector and ArcGIS Online/ArcGIS Server and its application on several distinctly different projects and uses to demonstrate its versatility in field. These projects span from the typical catch basin cleaning, to manhole and ditch inspections, to pipeline construction pipe tally/materials tracking. The visualization of the data collected using Operations Dashboards and Business Intelligence Tools will also be revealed for a couple of the projects. Another piece of the puzzle, the GPS/positional options, will be examined based on the varying requirements of each project. The lessons learned, including on the hardware used, will be shared in the hopes that both people thinking about getting started or those implementing similar solutions can take away something valuable.


Monday October 17, 2016 11:30am - 12:00pm
Nauset II

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