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Tuesday, October 30
 

1:30pm

Data Collection Track. A GIS Centric Modus Operandi for Infrastructure Improvement
AUTHORS: Kevin M. Gildea, Melisa Ennella, Christopher Kobos, William Selders  - H2M Architects and Engineers

ABSTRACT: The components of a public water distribution system are commonly designed with a 100-year lifetime which requires water purveyors to replace approximately one-percent of their system annually to ensure optimal functionality and water quality.  However, capital improvements in historically urban areas routinely encounter obstacles that make the projects difficult to execute.  To compound the issue, constructed and existing assets are subsurface assets that are only visible for a timeframe of hours throughout their 100-year lifetime.  Additionally, the 2017 enactment of the Water Quality Accountability Act (WQAA) in New Jersey requires all water purveyors to have a comprehensive asset management plan and geographic coordinates of all installed valves and fire hydrants based on GPS or other location technology.  To solve the multitude of issues that water purveyors are faced with, H2M created a GIS-centric method of managing water distribution construction projects using ArcGIS Online, ArcMap, Survey123, and Collector by ESRI.  The mobile technology provides H2M field engineers an interactive map to update on-site as assets are ‘daylighted’, structured field report generation via Survey123, and a file geodatabase with the client’s data schema for the addition of new assets with geographic coordinates to seamlessly enter into the client’s asset management system.  The workflow and data schema can be modified to benefit a variety of clients working on infrastructure projects across multiple verticals.


Tuesday October 30, 2018 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Broadway 3

2:00pm

Data Collection Track. Mining Useful Data from Old and New Sources
AUTHORS: Samuel Lingeman, University of New Hampshire Facilities Campus Planning GIS

ABSTRACT: We are all familiar with the modern data collection techniques of today. LiDAR, Drones, RTK GNSS, GPS, Total Stations, remote sensing, smart phone apps etc. all provide valuable information for the now. But this data will become archived, obsolete at some point. Are you thinking about how someone 10 even 20 years or beyond might be able to use the data for something you haven’t thought of? Are you getting the best available data format for future use? This presentation will examine efforts by the University of New Hampshire Facilities GIS group to find and utilize data from historical or obscure sources for use in our GIS system as well as other facilities uses. We’ll examine some of the data we’ve created from multiple sources such as old drawings, maps and plans, old aerial imagery and historical documentation. We’ll also examine efforts to archive data currently being collected as well as look at standards and deliverable requirements for projects.

Tuesday October 30, 2018 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Broadway 3

2:30pm

Data Collection Track. Leveraging Collector and Survey123 Together for Effective Field Data Collection
AUTHORS: Scott Manley, GIS Analyst, VHB

ABSTRACT: Did you know you can call a Survey123 (S123) form from within a Collector application? This process of invoking S123 from Collector means you can pre-populate portions of your S123 form, including a further-refined set of domains. Users can take advantage of the map-centric nature of Collector along with the robust, easy-to-use data entry forms available in Survey123. In this presentation, we will walk through the steps of building out a service to be used in a Collector map and then demonstrate how the submitted survey’s results build on other data collection efforts.


Tuesday October 30, 2018 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Broadway 3