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)
<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>
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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.
As Lucity has proven over the past 30 years of software development, we’re always looking for ways to improve, always looking for ways to raise the bar. We know that our users have that same drive, the desire to set the new standard in terms of asset management.
We love coming together every year at ACT to share ideas and goals so we continue working together to Raise the Bar.
We truly love bringing all of the Lucity team along to this event, and there is so much value in working alongside users to discuss best practices, generating software development ideas, and getting to know the Lucity family. Out team is finishing up presentations and polishing our agenda…we hope you’re making plans to attend! Continue reading
Lucity is proud to announce Lucity Civic Engagement (powered by CitySourced). Of course it makes sense to ensure citizens can report issues with city assets, but it turns out there are right and wrong ways to approach this. This webinar will begin by describing the new Lucity Civic Engagement solution from the point of view of a city and a citizen, and highlighting how simple, turnkey, and low-cost this approach is.
From there, we will look to the future and demonstrate emerging capabilities.
This webinar will: Continue reading
This week’s Training Tuesday video introduces the Data Quality Tool. This tool provides pre-configured queries that help you identity potential problems in your Lucity Database.
This week’s Training Tuesday video goes over the the tools and settings within the Lucity administration tool that allow you to administer your maps for Lucity Web and Lucity Mobile.
This week’s Training Tuesday video goes over setting up and importing PipeLogix TV Inspections into Lucity.