The Public Outage map solution allows a utility to inform customers about the electric system's status by region. This map includes different geographic regions to display summaries of customer in and out of service, as well as a percentage of customers out of service. Optionally, you can display the locations of outage events.
The outage information is created through a series of geoprocessing models. The results are then shared to an ArcGIS organization to provide the public with a scalable map that can handle heavy demands when there is a large outage.
Public Outage requires specific technical experience and software.
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When you download the Public Outage map, you'll find the following in the zip file:
|Maps and GDBs||PublicOutages.mxd||ArcGIS for Desktop map used to publish the public outage service.|
|PublicOutagesStaging.mxd||ArcGIS for Desktop map used to run the outage geoprocessing models and create the outage service data.|
|PublicOutages.gdb||The geodatabase with sample outage and service area data from Fort Pierce, Florida.|
|PublicOutages.tbx||A series of geoprocessing models to calculate outage details by customer and event, and calculate the total number of customers. Additionally, the toolbox contains example outage models to run with the sample data.|
|Icons||Icons for the services, maps, and apps.|
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