Today's utility and telecommunications providers need actionable information to support complex networks, provide a safe working environment, deliver reliable service, and maintain a focus on customer support. ArcGIS Utility Network is a next generation spatial information system, providing greater functionality over massive datasets - at every scale of resolution.
Leading the world: an Energy Queensland case study
State-owned electricity company Energy Queensland (EQ) are responsible for servicing 2.3 million customers across 1.7 million-square-kilometres. In the video below, see how EQ - galvanised by an ambitious goal to integrate disparate legacy systems and a vast network of electrical information into a single GIS solution - embarked on a first-of-its-kind digital transformation using the ArcGIS Utility Network Model.
Extend your utility enterprise
How it works
This course—for GIS professionals who edit and analyse electric, gas, water, or telecommunications networks—introduces the utility network model in the enterprise geodatabase.
In this presentation, see how North East Water developed an award-winning, first-of-its-kind intelligent water network that provides a digital and scalable view of more than 300,000 assets.
See inside Energy Queensland's first-of-its-kind digital transformation at the 2022 Esri User Conference. Capturing a network of 24 million features, the ArcGIS Utility Network provides a digital twin of above and below ground assets from solar, hydro to traditional power sources.