Snow Common Operational Picture (SnowCOP) is a configuration of Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS that can be used by operations managers to monitor snow event responses and determine which streets are not getting attention.
The application leverages ArcGIS GeoEvent Extension for ArcGIS Server to visualize real-time locations of vehicles and assets. This feed can be used to visualize the location of vehicles and other assets used in your snow response plan. If you use a different automated vehicle location (AVL) application for your vehicles or assets, you can configure the SnowCOP map to leverage feeds from your AVL vendor.
Finally, SnowCOP provides public works or transportation directors a jurisdiction-wide view of snow response activities to ensure performance standards are met; and district managers a focused view of their maintenance district so they can effectively assign resources during a response.
To deploy SnowCOP with the ArcGIS Solutions Deployment Tool requires specific software.
SnowCOP can be deployed in your ArcGIS organization without downloading the solution. When you deploy SnowCOP in your organization, you'll find the following:
|Application||SnowCOP||An application used by public works operations managers to monitor snow event response activities.|
|Map||SnowCOP||A map used in the SnowCOP application to monitor snow event response activities.|
|Feature layers||SnowIceProblemReports||A feature layer used to store snow or ice problems reported by general public.|
|SnowResponsePlans||A feature layer used to plan and track resource assignments and plow activity during snow storm responses.|
|SnowIceProblemReports_dashboard||A feature layer view used in the Citizen Problem Reporter Dashboard map to monitor reports of snow or ice problems reported by general public through focused citizen engagement applications.|
Below are the release dates and notes for SnowCOP.