The ITpipes platform update integrates even tighter with GIS, streamlines asset management integration, and provides faster updates to ensure your pipe inspection management and data analytics are ready to go!
Tackling dirty jobs with DIS and ITpipes software. You keep your pipeline infrastructure in tip-top shape when you have this incentive in your backyard. That is exactly what Colorado Springs Utilities does for over 130,000 customers every day. How does CSU do it? They do it with their great effort, by working closely with Dawson Infrastructure
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We’re excited to showcase our latest ESRI Webinar here! This 30 minute video shows how ITpipes and ArcGIS Online are helping Kansas City contractors and engineers to effectively manage their inspection program. ITpipes and Ace Pipe Cleaning showcase and discuss how Kansas City is able to use maps as the basis for inspection management, share maps
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The city of Fort Worth is in the fourth year of a multi-year program with the goal of inspecting all of its large-diameter sanitary sewer lines, grading their condition in order to schedule needed repairs and rehabilitation, and addressing the most critical needs first. (A separate program addresses smaller-diameter pipes.) The Fort Worth Interceptor Condition
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Healdsburg uses ESRI & ITpipes! Check out this article in ESRI’s Water/Wastewater Newsletter. It shows how the City of Healdsburg uses ITpipes to streamline repair tasks and create capital improvement projects! This informative article is written by Joshua Damron, Engineering Technician, at the City of Healdsburg. The article outlines how they are using ESRI to identify their
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The Knoxville Utilities Board (KUB) of Knoxville, Tenn., is engaged in an assertive program to renew its wastewater infrastructure. The effort consists of a two-pronged attack. The first focuses on system enhancement, rehabilitation and replacement. The second concentrates on operating and maintaining the system, including an emphasis on effective root control. You can see the
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