Happy Public Works Week to all of our friends in the public works world! Thank you for all you do for your communities, and for all of us here at Lucity.
We were so excited to receive so many entries, and we truly enjoyed reading your submissions. It wasn’t easy, but we’ve selected winners to to honor each day this week. Today’s winner has been a Lucity user since 1999 (that’s nearly 20 years!) and as you can imagine their use of LucityAM has been a continually evolving and improving feat. They’ve truly become advisors for our Product Development team, and their creative uses of our software make them a fantastic resource for new users. Please join us in congratulating our first winners! Continue reading
Straight from the Esri newsroom….take a look at the innovative ways the Tuscaloosa County Emergency Management Agency has configured LucityAM and ArcGIS to help them plan for and react to severe weather.
Sure, we all have our Lucity asset inventory linked to GIS. If you want to know where a specific asset is located, you can simply refer to the map and locate it. However, there are some situations in which knowing the address nearest the asset comes in handy. With Lucity version 2015r2 we’ve added a new Reverse Geocode spatial relationship type that will facilitate the process of assigning addresses to your Lucity asset inventory records. Continue reading
In November 2014, Esri informed us that Lucity qualified for the Esri Partner Network (EPN) ArcGIS Online Specialty. The Specialty designation is for “those partners that have made ArcGIS Online an integral part of their business and want to increase their business around ArcGIS Online”.
Luke Savage (Lucity Customer Services Specialist) completed our successful qualification process efforts which included reviewing related Esri content, activating and configuring Lucity’s Online subscription, attending an Esri Best Practices Workshop, and sharing related Lucity customer success stories. Continue reading
Welcome to Summer 2013! We hope your summer plans include attending the 2013 Esri User Conference in San Diego, July 8-12. The annual conference is Esri’s biggest, and promises to take your GIS to the next level. Between technology advancements from mobile to the cloud, the release of ArcGIS 10.2 and other new platform releases, Esri is preparing for the GIS event of the year, if not the decade.
Chris Crupi, Joel Knight, Jarrod Gerbaud and Luke Savage will be manning the Lucity Booth (#2501), where they’ll be demonstrating the latest Version 7.5 Lucity solutions and new mobile products. We’re eager to show you new ways to energize your GIS capabilities, so please take a moment to stop by and see a demonstration of the latest and most efficient ways to use GIS data in conjunction with Lucity software. Our mobile solutions leverage the Esri GIS platform, and include the Lucity Mobile Work for smartphone and Lucity Mobile for tablet products.
We’re also proud to be a sponsor of the Water/Wastewater Pool Party, the Public Works SIG meeting, and the NW RUG meeting. If you’re planning to attend any of these events, please stop and say hello!
More details on the conference itself can be found at www.esri.com.
Hope to see you there!