Improving field efficiency with situational awareness
Repsol Oil & Gas Canada uses Esri technology to monitor field workers and assets with real-time data—saving effort and costs.
COVID-19 business continuity - gaining insights from analytics
Learn how utilities can use insights and data visualization to assist in making decisions to support their organization and community.
COVID-19 business continuity – digitizing and mobilizing field operations
This blog shows how your organization can use the Coronavirus Business Continuity solution to digitize and mobilize field operations.
COVID-19 business continuity - utilities, water and telecom
The Coronavirus Business Continuity solution helps organizations prepare for, respond to, mitigate and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Perspectives on Successfully Transitioning to the ArcGIS Utility Network
The ArcGIS Utility Network Management Extension offers utilities an opportunity to re-envision and modernize their spatial asset management processes. While there are many clearly identifiable technic
Maintenance and asset management for small to mid-sized municipalities
June 18, 2019 - Smaller municipalities have all the asset types that need to be maintained but with fewer resources. Esri Canada’s Workforce Starter Solution has been developed to provide you with a c
The future of utility network management has arrived
The ArcGIS Utility Network Management Extension offers new capabilities allowing utility companies to better manage and analyze their networks.
Leveraging Spatial Analytics to Help Utilities Make Better Decisions
Starting the year off right for Utilities – Focus on what’s important
Discover what Esri has in the pipeline for 2018. Brian Bell shares his vision for evolving Utility business models.
3 common questions about ArcGIS field apps
Here are a few tips and suggestions to help you get the most out of Esri’s suite of mobile apps, including Collector & Survey123 for ArcGIS.
GIS: Breaking barriers towards greater collaboration at utilities
Brian Bell shares his insights from EDIST 2016, an important event that draws hundreds of leaders from Ontario’s electricity sector.