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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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
90% of all digital data is unstructured. That means it’s slow to reveal trends, not ideal for forecasting, and full of insights not yet discovered.
With predictive analytics, you can unlock your data’s true potential. Lucity and Assetic have partnered to unveil the “Ultimate Feedback Loop,” a solution that helps municipalities—and all companies in general—get great cost-savings benefits and achieve maximum service levels in their asset portfolios, on both tactical and strategic levels. Continue reading
Learn how to give dispatchers and supervisors real-time location information on your vehicles and workers alongside your asset infrastructure. Lucity and Clevest will discuss how their combined technologies provide substantial efficiencies by directing and managing field operations, including owned and borrowed crews as well as contractors. Continue reading
Tony Bisson, Maintenance Supervisor / Lucity Admin.
Clark Regional Waste Water District / Maintenance
How many people work with you in your department? 16
What version of Lucity are you currently using? 2015r2
How long has your organization been using Lucity? 2004??
Which solutions are you using? We currently are using Sewer, Fleet, facilities, FOG, Work, all sitting on and with a mature Esri GIS data system. We are a sewer collections only district but have a full Finance, Engineering and admin department doing a lot of design work and plan approvals in house. Our Cues CCTV, Esri, and Lucity are all tied together, with assets sharing the same unique ID across all three platforms. We have Android Tablets and iPads for our mobile solutions. Continue reading
We’re so excited to once again offer a two- or four-day training course that will share key information you need to know about Crystal Reports and Lucity. We’ll meet here at Lucity HQ in Overland Park, KS. We’ll get started around 8:30 each day, and we’ll be sure you’re well-fed while you’re here. We’ve also prepared some fantastic training guides so you can stay on track during class and when you head back home. Continue reading
Lucity, Inc. and eGovsolutions announce a partnership to bring LucityAM to Canada. “We’re excited to expand our target market with Canadian public-sector agencies through this partnership with eGovsolutions”, says Jim Graham (@LucityJim), Lucity’s Chief Operating Officer. Continue reading