Today Lucity released an update to the Google Play store for Lucity Mobile 2.0 for Android (Version 2.4) for use with Lucity 2016, Lucity 2016r2, Lucity 2017, and Lucity 2017r2. This update includes support for:
- Adding Assets to an Existing Work Order within the Advanced Show in Map (requires Lucity 2018)
- Show in Map now defaults to the first non-complete Asset
- Work Flow Lookup searches now use Contains instead of Starts With
- Additional stability for the Advanced Show in Map
- Various bug fixes
The update can be downloaded from the Google Play store from your device. To enable updates automatically, open the Lucity Mobile 2.0 details page on Google Play, tap on the menu in the upper right corner, and check the box that says “Auto-update”.
If you have any suggestions, please feel free to leave a comment below or visit us at Lucity Listens.
This week’s Training Tuesday video goes over using Advanced Show in Map for Work Orders in Lucity Mobile Android.
Lucity, Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of a strategic partnership with Assetic to offer “Predictor”, a powerful asset analytics solution supporting life cycle costing and strategic asset management. With operational (tactical) inputs from the LucityAM™ system driving life cycle (strategic) outcomes through Predictor for work plan execution in Lucity – our combined solutions power the “Ultimate Feedback Loop” in predictive decision making. Together, they help asset management organizations – public and private – achieve optimum service levels in their asset portfolios, on both tactical and strategic levels. Continue reading
Lucity welcomed Maggie to the team earlier this month and thought we’d take the chance to get to know her a little better with a Staff Spotlight! Welcome to the Lucity family Maggie!!
Maggie Arensberg, Support Specialist
My job title is… Support Specialist
I’m hoping to make a difference at Lucity by… Being a positive, hardworking individual.
I find my biggest (work-related) challenge to be… Accepting that it will take time to learn everything. I want to know everything now!
But the greatest (work-related) reward is… My improving skills being recognized.
My favorite part of my day is… Continue reading
In an effort to extend users’ ability to easily leverage ArcGIS platform capabilities and streamline their spatial workflows, Lucity recently released integrations supporting two Esri applications:
Citizen Reporter: a crowdsourcing solution which allows the general public to submit non-emergency problems for action and resolution in Lucity (example – potholes, graffiti, blight, trash dump, street light). This will be available beginning with Lucity Version 2018.
<Citizen Reporter Overview Video>
Navigator for ArcGIS: a routing app which provides optimized directions for mobile workforce management using standard or custom map data (example – garbage pickup, street sweeping, asset inspections)
<Navigator for ArcGIS Overview Video>
If you have any questions, or if you’d like additional information, comment below or email email@example.com.
Last week at our Annual Conference & Training (ACT) we introduced the Lucity Legacy Award and recognized three recipients during our Plenary Session. We’re so excited about the opportunity to recognize some members of the Lucity family, and we wanted to share some highlights with you.
The Lucity Legacy Award was developed to shine a light on individuals or organizations within the Lucity family who continually demonstrate a desire to raise the bar. The recipients of the Lucity Legacy Award are leaving an impact on their organizations, their teams, or their communities and we are proud to acknowledge and celebrate these accomplishments. Award recipients will be recognized annually at our Annual Conference & Training, and a plaque of recognition will hang at Lucity Headquarters.
We are pleased to announce some important moves to best address Lucity’s growth to date, and realize our optimistic outlook. New titles and refined responsibilities have been assigned to the following key personnel. Continue reading