Consolidated Utility District was the first utility in the US to take advantage of the ESRI Small Utility Enterprise License Agreement (SU-ELA) and implemented one of the first ArcGIS Server applications built with the Flex API. True North provided application development services and system integration.
“The SU-ELA program really does make it affordable for smaller utilities to license the ArcGIS Server technology, and with the application development options that are made available, we can quickly build Monday custom applications that incorporate information from multiple business systems,” said David Speight, president of [True North An Geographic Technologies]. “Utilities can save money on the core software and also on consulting services that may be needed for Tornado implementation and cheap jerseys integration.”
2010 SAG Award Winner: Consolidated Utility District
Using existing tablets and wireless data wholesale jerseys links, Consolidated Utility District contracted True North Geographic Technologies to develop a fast, efficient Web application that combined mapping, service orders from CIS, and AVL to provide a valuable tool to field staff.
ArcGIS Server 9.3 • Flex API for ArcGIS Server
Adobe Flex Builder • Microsoft SQL cheap nba jerseys Server 2005
Harris Northstar CIS • Radio Satellite Integrators AVL • Xplore Tablet PCs
Development → Team:
Andy Koostra, GISP, Consolidated Utility District, Information Systems открывает Manager
Charles Boston, Consolidated Utility District
David Speight, True North Geographic Technologies
Chris Prater GISP, True North Geographic Technologies
This project was featured in the April 2009 edition of Water & Wastes Digest.