Android Release for Lucity 2.0

Today Lucity released an update to the Google Play store for Lucity Mobile 2.0 for Android (Version 2.5 Build 16) for use with Lucity 2016, Lucity 2016r2, Lucity 2017, Lucity 2017r2, and Lucity 2018. This update includes:

  • Changing the tap radius on GIS Feature Editing to be consistent with Identify
  • Changes to some data collected for device positioning
  • Several code changes/enhancements in preparation for the release of Lucity 2018r2

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.

Lucity Support for ArcGIS 10.6.1

We are pleased to announce that the upcoming Lucity 2018r2 release (Aug 2018) will support Esri® ArcGIS 10.6.1.  Lucity 2018 also supports this latest ArcGIS release.  Earlier versions of Lucity that fall under active maintenance can be upgraded to 10.6.1, but may require some additional steps as outlined in this knowledge base article. Continue reading

Update to Assetic Predictor

The Assetic Lucity partnership brings Lucity users a more complete view of your assets, their performance, and the paths to making better asset decisions.

  • Using your Lucity data, Assetic Predictor models multiple ways to reach your budget and service goals, uncovering all-new strategies
  • Boosted by ArcGIS, quickly visualize funding scenarios, analyze impact, and provide a clear view for stakeholders and the community
  • Constantly improve your long-term asset management plan, demonstrating your organization’s commitment to efficiency across the board

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National Public Works Week WINNER!

As we close out this week of celebrations we’d like to once again extend our gratitude to all of you. We are happy to acknowledge the “quiet dedication and indispensable influence” of all our friends in the Public Works world.

We’re ending the week with a glimpse at the more unusual side of citizen requests. No doubt you hear a wide range of requests and complaints from your community, and this example had us laughing. Continue reading