A raster is required to perform the leak logger analysis. This surface is built from the water network and a table with acoustic distance information to detect leaks. These distances are calculated using the type of pipe and diameter. Using an ArcGIS Desktop geoprocessing model, you will generate the CombinedCostSurface dataset to support the planning tools.
The 3 - Leak Logger Planner geoprocessing model stores the geoprocessing results in a set of planning layers. To reset these, complete the following steps:
Using the CombinedCostSurface raster you created for your water network, you can select a set of assets on which to place the leak listening devices. You can then run the Leak Logger Planner geoprocessing model and see the potential coverage area. To develop a plan, complete the following steps:
When you have finished planning the leak logger deployments, share the leak logger plans with your ArcGIS organization. To publish the data, complete the following steps:
In the field or in the office, you can update the information on the logger devices. To update the data, complete the following steps:
Once you are done with a logger deployment, you can reset or remove the data from the service to get it ready for the next deployment scenario. To delete the data, complete the following steps: