Lucity 7.20 Enhancements: Lucity GIS for ArcGIS 10 Improvements

Welcome to the third in a series of blog posts that will highlight key changes and enhancements made to the Lucity software for 7.20.  This post covers some enhancements for the Lucity GIS Tools for ArcGIS 10.  Additional topics in this series include:

Storm TV Defects and Observations Map

Historically we have supported viewing Sewer TV Observations in the map to show locations of defects and laterals as they were recorded during a television inspection.  For this release, we added the same support for Storm TV Observations.

This video shows this Storm TV Observations tool in action:

If any images are tied to the defects mapped, these images can be easily viewed using the ArcGIS hyperlink tool as well.

Editing Subsets

Another tool that is used heavily by many of our users is Subsets, which has been around in our GIS interfaces since ArcView 3.0.  It allows you to define a loosely associated collection of features.  Subsets can be created from a selection of features in the map, a selection of features on a work order, or features selected based on a user defined filter.   For 7.20 we provided more flexibility with Subsets by allowing you to edit them in the map to remove features.  This video shows how it works:

In this post we’ve described just a couple of the many enhancements added to our ArcGIS 10 ArcMap extension. Let us know if you’re interested in learning more. How can we further improve our desktop and web-based GIS tools to help you in your organization?

(All comments on this blog are moderated.  Please direct support requests or concerns not related to GIS enhancements or the tools discussed in this post to our help desk.)

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