Use ArcGIS Solutions as the starting place to implement a software as a service (SaaS) or utility network based water distribution mapping and data management system. Add additional capabilities to your implementation such as optimizing water main break response and informing stakeholders about lead service pipes.
Manage water distribution system data
Water Distribution Data Management for ArcGIS Online can be used to map assets, edit data, view water system maps in the field and office, view asset reports, and collaborate with map notes.
Water Distribution Data Management for ArcGIS Enterprise can be used to map and manage asset information with the ArcGIS Utility Network.
Water Geometric Network Editing and Analysis can be used to map and manage asset information using a geometric network.
Data Reviewer for Water Utilities can be used to validate and improve the integrity of geometric network data sets.
Plans and Drawings can be used to index the geographic extent of record plans and drawings and provide access to a catalog of source documents in the office or the field.
Respond to main breaks
Engage the public
Lead Service Management can be used to capture and manage information about lead service lines and inform the public about lead service line status in drinking water systems.
Citizen Problem Reporter can be used to solicit non-emergency problem reports (for example, blight, graffiti, trash, potholes, clogged drains, and flooding) from the general public.
Optimize capital planning
Capital Project Planning can be used to define a project portfolio, organize the portfolio into an official capital improvement plan, and share the plan with internal and external stakeholders.
Capital Project Tracking can be used to manage an active project portfolio, communicate project status, and share project updates with internal and external stakeholders.
Participatory Budgeting can be used to solicit community feedback to identify, discuss, and prioritize public spending projects.
Capital Improvement Planning can be used to plan and estimate the cost of capital improvement projects.