2019 Esri Water Conference Proceedings

The Esri Water Conference Proceedings is a compilation of professional papers regarding a diverse collection of GIS applications. The conference was held February 4-6, 2019, in Nashville, TN. Esri users made a fundamental contribution to the conference by submitting and delivering presentations.

Note: If a user presentation is not listed, permission to publish was not granted.

Title Presentation Author
GIS Applications in Stream and Wetland Restoration for Compensatory Mitigation Melanie Mossing
Visualizing Biosolids and Manure Land Application Regulations in ArcGIS Online Presentation Carl Churchill, Rebecca Muenich
Using Workforce for ArcGIS To Improve the City Of Rockville's Water Meter Shut-Off Program Presentation Mike Onzay
Using Workforce and Survey123 for Water Meter Service Orders Presentation Mike Onzay
Billing System Integration with WorkForce: Software Design and Deployment Presentation Kerry Zwierschke, Fred Ballard, Daryl Mulder, Shawn Derrington
Leveraging ArcGIS Online to Support Small Utility Asset Management Jayson Brennen, Renee Hunter
Prioritizing CCTV Inspection of Assets based on Risk and Criticality Presentation David Dellenbach
Web Map Based CMOM Joshua Lynch, Jordan Scarbrough
Using Esri’s Drone2Map Software to Update Imagery, Monitor Capital Projects, and Create 3D Models Presentation Matthew Williamson
Implementing a Drone Program at Illinois-American Water Shawn Allen
Using ArcGIS Online as a Dashboard for Condition Assessment UAS (Drone) Data Presentation Chris Somerlot, Anthony Van Haverbeke, Gillian AvRuskin, Tim Hayes
How High is the Water - Plan, Prepare, and Respond Presentation Kenny Ratliff
Real-Time Water Prediction Using NOAA's National Water Model Brad Bates, Graeme Aggett, Fernando Salas
GIS: The Solution for Outreach Amy Miller, Jaime Tyson
Digital As-Built Harmony, Promoting Simplicity for both Utilities and Contractors Presentation Jeff McCann
Real Time Digital As-Builts: A Year in Review Ryan Moore, Todd Chapman
A California Special District with Exceptional Service Matt Porras
Smart Notification Using Portal for ArcGIS Jonathan Greiner, Shannon Decker
Optimizing State-Based Reporting in Victorville, CA Alec Pestov
All About the San Jacinto River Authority Colleen Adams
Enabling Water Efficiency through Customer Interaction Ariana Wilfley
Making Spatial Data Accessible to Non-GIS Users Frank Grablutz
Sewer Inflow Analysis in Floodplains Leveraging ArcGIS Online and Pro Thomas Catlett
Targeting and Prioritizing Stormwater Master Planning Projects in Vermont Presentation Kerrie Garvey, Andres Torizzo
Advancing Stormwater Master Planning through Geospatial Technologies Presentation Leila Jackson, Monica Day
Modernization of ArcGIS Platform by Leveraging the Esri Enterprise Advantage Program Shannon Martel
Sewers Working Smarter: Leveraging Business Analyst Online for Utilities Mark Crow, Scott McDonald
Automated Testing of GIS Web Applications J Russ Coffey, Jimmy Bowden
What about the Water? Leveraging Mobile Technology to Increase System Awareness Bill Parco, Matt Brenner
Mobile Workflows and Metrics Reporting to Support Enhanced Asset Management Jay Guarneri, Bryson Koziell
ArcGIS Online Custom Applications: Water Main Break Mapping at SCWA James Touchet, Brad Feldman
Presentation Title Presenter(s)
Eliminating Data Silos Through GIS: A Water Authority Success Story Presentation Tom Ceraso, Joseph DeLuca
Utilizing Esri Water Solutions for Planned Water Shutdowns Presentation Brett Angel, Kyle Wong
Tailored Stakeholder Communication of Water Breaks from the Field Presentation Melissa Grove
The Quest to be a Compliant, Efficient, and Cost-effective Stormwater Program Presentation Heidi Niggemeyer, Nicole Beck
Decision-Driven Spatial Analytics to Eliminate Trash in Stormwater Gary Conley, David LaCaro
Designing Stormwater Data Schemas for Flexibility and Success Cathy Olsen
Robust GIS Schema for Real-World Users Presentation Jeff Pesler
City of Corona, CA: Advancing System Understanding through Sharing Data Cynthia Parker, Andrew Hargreaves
Esri 811- Dig Alert Robert Conrad, Brooke Reams
Valve Maintenance Goes Digital Brandon Keller
Using Collector and Web App Builder to Streamline a Hydrant Inspection Program and Demonstrate Integration into Maximo Paul Davidson
Utilizing Survey 123 to Streamline Lift Station Inspections Tom Bagley, Todd Payne
Asset Management Tools For Pipe Rehab And Replacement Strategies Justin Graham
Improving Linear Asset Failure Data Josh Ferguson, John Nolte