INNOVATION IN UTILITIES AND COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS
cleveland giS Portal
Cleveland, Tennessee, United States
the city of cleveland, tenn., cleveland utilities, and external customers use
web-based resources to access a wide range of data. The goal of this project
was to share data through a user-friendly interface that is readily accessible
to all intranet users. External customers would also be able to utilize this
interface, providing a limited amount of resources.
Once the internal and external sites were produced, it wasn’t difficult to
facilitate the sharing of their content using Bentley Geo Web Publisher, a truly
out-of-the-box application. It is easy to set up, easy to share, and robust to the
ALSO NOMINATED IN SPECIAL CATEGORY: DEVELOPING THE INFRASTRUCTURE WORKFORCE
New York City and Westchester County, New York, United States
the project goal was to develop an advanced, web-based map application that
visualizes events of Con Edison’s electric primary and secondary underground
distribution system. It provided a tool that allows control center and
engineering users to quickly view, analyze, and respond to electric distribution
system problems. Currently, the system has more than 800 users and covers
all six boroughs within Con Edison’s service territory.
Using MicroStation and Bentley Publisher, the project team designed the
application to directly associate primary and secondary underground network
event data with symbols superimposed on the company’s facility maps. These
event maps are based on information extracted from other computer systems
and provide a dynamic interface to those applications.