We are experts at migrating and validating data from existing mapping systems into an ArcFM Geodatabases, and our rates are some of the best in the industry!
Data sources within a utility organization, both GIS and non-GIS data sources, are built in many ways and grow along many paths. We will seamlessly incorporate them into your GIS.
We specialize in Data Modeling, Data Migration Design, and Quality Assurance for GIS projects, which are critical tasks to insure a successful and accurate GIS implementation.
The standard electric models are a little fuzzy on the topic. This post explores three options we've implemented in past projects.
Some business cases call for multiple depictions of mapped features based on the anticipated use of the data. Not moving things around like white space management, but using multiple geometries. We explore the available approaches.
This post is the first in a series in which we’ll explore specifics of modeling utility infrastructure components within ArcGIS/ArcFM. To start we’ll address electric distribution conductors.
Before the Designer Express rollout, we were using CAD Converter to export and import Landbase layers to perform Landbase work within AutoCAD software. Currently CAD Converter is used by our Gas Designers and Landbase group. CAD Converter is “essential” to our Landbase editors. Cynthia Salas, Centerpoint Energy
Midcontinent Communications was able to work closely with Blair Services to perform a complex data migration in a relatively short time frame. Blair Services’ ability to be flexible with the project timeline, provide a high level of expertise, and deliver quality migrated data, enabled this conversion project to be successful. I would highly recommend the use of Blair Services to any company looking to perform this type of data migration. Derek Reickmann, Project Manager, Midcontinent Communications