NJWATER Training

Published on Thursday, August 15, 2019

Pre-Conference (A.M. Session) Benefits of GPS Mapping for Today and Tomorrow.

GPS Data Has Been Collected, So Now What?

Event date: 10/15/2019 8:30 AM - 11:45 AM Export event

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Tuesday, October 15, 2019, Morning Session.
Sign-in begins at 8:00 a.m. Seminar begins promptly at 8:30 a.m., and ends at 11:45 a.m.
3.0 Training Contact Hours for NJ Water and Wastewater licensees: TCH# 04-091901-30
Certified Public Works Manager Accreditation: DLGS-NJWA-173. (3.0 Hours Management)

Description:
Now that your system has the valuable GPS data that was collected:
What can you do with this data?
How can you take this information and make it more useful?

Learn how this information can be utilized to increase system performance and be leveraged to suit your needs.

Course Agenda:
What Next? - Building on GIS Asset inventory
CMMS - what and why
Leveraging GIS
GIS-centric CMMS - benefits
Work Order and Asset Management
What it is
Why it makes life simpler
BREAK (15 Minutes)
Examples
Extending Benefits to the Field
Field Solutions
Leveraging Work/Asset History
Budgeting
Repair/Replacement Prioritization
Analytics
Paperwork and Dismissal at 11:45

Instructors:
Steven Brenner based in State College, PA, Steve is the PA Regional Manager for Cityworks. Mr. Benner has over thirty years of experience providing GIS-based solutions to local government in Pennsylvania. His expertise includes geospatial technologies, asset management, photogrammetry, and aerial survey. Steve’s solutions knowledge water/wastewater/stormwater, land records, property assessment, and emergency response. He graduated from Penn State with a BS in Earth Science, with concentration in Cartography and Remote Sensing.

Vincent Fortino joined ESRI in September of 2018 as a Solution Engineer with the Global Water Practice. As a Solution Engineer, his primary responsibilities are to promote the ArcGIS Platform’s solutions & best practices in the water industry as well as work with utility organizations closely to empower their success with the platform. Previously to working for ESRI, Vince worked as a GIS Analyst with New Jersey American Water while attending West Chester University pursuing a Graduate Degree in Geography.

 

 

 

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