Overview

Valve Inspection Overview

The Valve Exercising solution modernizes the paper report for valve inspection and exercising information by using a map and exercising layer on a smartphone or tablet device. By using a map view of system valves, field crews are able to record valve exercising activities using the valve exercising schema.

Valve Exercising is a configuration of ArcGIS. Once configured, field crews can access the Valve Exercising map using the Collector for ArcGIS application. This allows field crews to collect information regardless of connectivity to the office network assuming cellular coverage is available.

Requirements

Valve Exercising requires specific technical experience and software.

Requirement Description
Experience
  • Publishing GIS services
  • Authoring maps
  • Administering ArcGIS Online groups and organizing content
  • Configuring ArcGIS Online configurable application templates
Software
Map authoring
  • ArcMap (Standard or Advanced) 10.2.1, 10.3, 10.4, 10.5
  • ArcGIS Online, or
  • ArcGIS Enterprise 10.5, or
  • Portal for ArcGIS 10.4
Map service hosting
  • ArcGIS Online, or
  • ArcGIS Enterprise (Standard or Advanced) 10.5, or
  • ArcGIS for Server (Standard or Advanced) 10.3, 10.4
    • Portal for ArcGIS
Applications
  • Collector for ArcGIS
  • Basic Viewer (ArcGIS configurable web application template)

What you get

When you download the Valve Exercising map, you'll find the following in the zip file:

Directory Item Description
Maps and GDBs ValveExercising.mxd A map document used to publish the Valve Exercising service.
ValveExercising.gdb A sample geodatabase with the valve inspection/exercising schema and sample system valves for the City of Naperville, Illinois.
Icons A folder containing icons for the services, maps, and apps.

What's new

Below are the release dates and notes for Valve Exercising.

Date Description
February 2015
  • Support for related tables
July 2013
  • First release of Valve Exercising

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