Increasing Data Integrity and Asset Reliability Through GIS and Maximo Integration at the City of Fort Worth

About the City of Fort Worth With a population rapidly nearing 900,000, Fort Worth, Texas, is the 15th largest city in the U.S. By 2020, the population is expected to surpass the one million mark. The explosive growth has placed added demands on the city’s Water Department, which currently provides water to 1.2 million people… Continue Reading “Increasing Data Integrity and Asset Reliability Through GIS and Maximo Integration at the City of Fort Worth”

Barbados Light & Power Company Leverages GeoWorx Sync to Create and Manage GIS Records from IBM Maximo

Barbados Light and Power Company recently acquired Schneider Electric’s ArcFM™ application to improve electric network intelligence across their service area. After purchasing ArcFM, BLPC encountered a significant hurdle. They did not have any of their utility asset information in ArcGIS®, which is the database that ArcFM relies on. Instead, this asset information had been stored… Continue Reading “Barbados Light & Power Company Leverages GeoWorx Sync to Create and Manage GIS Records from IBM Maximo”

The City of Detroit Implements GeoWorx Sync to Help Mitigate Fire Disasters

In March of 2015, the City of Detroit watched in horror as yet another house went up in flames. Firefighters arrived on scene where they expected to find a fully functioning fire hydrant, or at least that’s what their records indicated. Instead they found an out of service, frozen hydrant and to make things worse,… Continue Reading “The City of Detroit Implements GeoWorx Sync to Help Mitigate Fire Disasters”

City of Clearwater: The Shift from a Custom to a Productized Solution for EAM and GIS Integration

About the City of Clearwater The City of Clearwater’s Public Utilities department serves over 100,000 people living and working in the City of Clearwater, playing a vital role in the community’s growth, prosperity, health, and safety. Challenge After adopting Synergen (now known as Oracle® Work and Asset Management) in 2003 to manage assets for their… Continue Reading “City of Clearwater: The Shift from a Custom to a Productized Solution for EAM and GIS Integration”

Eugene Water and Electric Board: Transitioning to an Enterprise Solution for Work and Asset Management

About EWEB Founded in 1911, the Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB) is Oregon’s largest customer-owned utility, providing water and electricity to over 86,000 homes, businesses, schools and other customers in Eugene, Oregon. EWEB has a service territory of 235 square miles and employs over 500 people throughout the utility. Challenges Challenge #1: EWEB had… Continue Reading “Eugene Water and Electric Board: Transitioning to an Enterprise Solution for Work and Asset Management”

The City of Austin Uses IBM Maximo Spatial Asset Management & GeoWorx Sync to Manage Aging and Growing Infrastructure

City of Austin, Texas Recently named America’s fastest growing city by Forbes Magazine, with a 51% growth rate over the last decade, the City of Austin supports its nearly one million citizens with a myriad of services from Austin Water Utility (AWU), Austin Energy (AE), a storm water utility as well as Public Works Department (PWD), Austin Transportation Department… Continue Reading “The City of Austin Uses IBM Maximo Spatial Asset Management & GeoWorx Sync to Manage Aging and Growing Infrastructure”