2010 Electric & Gas User Group Conference Proceedings

The 2010 Electric and Gas User Group Conference Proceedings is a compilation of professional papers delivered October 17–20, 2010, in Dearborn, Michigan. Esri users contributed a fundamental part to the conference by submitting and presenting their presentations on a diverse collection of GIS applications.

Title Presentation Author Session
Taking GIS to the Entire Enterprise through ArcGIS Server Paper Eric Fulcher Partner Solutions
Modeling current and proposed status of utility networks Paper Jason Brewington Partner Solutions
Can GIS Trim Your Trees? Cutting Edge Systems for the Business Unit Paper Benjamin Butera Partner Solutions
Utilizing ESRI Modeling as a Solution for Distribution Integrity Management Program Paper Deborah Matthews Regulatory Requirements & Compliance
Using the ESRI DIMP Risk Calculator and Model Builder to Manage DIMP Paper Kris Kirkeide Regulatory Requirements & Compliance
Vegetation Management with Mobile GIS Paper Damon Salceies, Greg Laymon GIS in the Field (Mobile GIS)
Taking GIS on the Road Paper Steven Weber GIS in the Field (Mobile GIS)
Supporting GIS: Southern Style Paper Rich Faglier Leading Edge Applications II
Using GPS Technology to Gather As-Constructed Pipe Asset Information Paper Ted Peay, Tren Giles GIS in the Field (Mobile GIS)
Detroit Recovery Project: See the Problem Paper Michael Homan Leading Edge Applications I
Managing Data in a Federated Environment Paper Theo Laughner Leading Edge Applications II
Using GIS for Gas Utility Marketing Paper John Cutcher Regulatory Requirements & Compliance
Using GIS to Manage One Call Tickets Paper John Cutcher Regulatory Requirements & Compliance
Using Geodatabases for risk calculation – Query Policy and Considerations Paper Timothy Yost, Jason Bodily Regulatory Requirements & Compliance
OUC Hurricane Response Wireless Field Map Application Paper Stewart Dary GIS in the Field (Mobile GIS)
Data Model Changes Are Your Friends, Not Foe Paper Doug Krohn Regulatory Requirements & Compliance
Implementing the Flex API for ArcGIS Server: No "Programming Necessary!" Paper Christopher Folta, Marietta Bigloo Leading Edge Applications II

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