Esri helps Brandon modernize access to water network data

The municipality of Brandon, Man., in partnership with Esri Canada, recently implemented the geographic information system (GIS) software ArcGIS Utility Network (UN), which allows the city to see, manage and share vital information about its water network in real time.

As part of the city’s strategy to modernize asset management, “the transition has immediately paid dividends,” according to a release. “With UN, staff can now visualize the most current and accurate information on the city’s water network on a dynamic map. Edits to data done in the field are instantly updated in the system and on the live network map in the office.”

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