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1 Welcome Jessica Vendegna Inside Sales Manager

2 Come Visit Us! Hall B2 Booth #1801

3 Schedule a Demo Tonight – back of room Booth 1801 See Hillary Johns to schedule meetings and demonstrations

4 Thank you Chance to win a Microsoft Surface Card drop – Drawing TONIGHT after presentation Scheduling a meeting and/or demonstration Bring a business card and enter to win Sponsorships TelUG/EGUG reception Tuesday July 9 th 5:30 to 7:30 East Terrace (Upper Level)



7 Call for papers Submit title and abstract online Deadline July 31 st Approved papers by October

8 Welcome Scott Higgins

9 Sunday Night Agenda Past and Present: Future at Schneider Electric (Scott) We are working closer than ever with Esri (Danny) Focused on core improvements Aligned for future development ArcFM … an important release (Matt) Work Scenarios and Demonstrations Future Vision (Danny) Esri Industry Templates ArcFM gets more utility specific Connected Community (Todd) Improving service Social

10 Schneider Utilities GIS History s2000s2010s 1980: AM/FM Industry 1946: Miner & Miner Founded as a Professional Consulting Engineering Firm 1987: Partnered with Esri in research and development for utility-specific GIS Applications 2011: 2004: Control Center StationsDistribution Network Customer

11 Esri + ArcFM Solution + Our Partners As a community we are far from reaching our full potential - Variations on data models and business drivers - Unique IT environments Similar, yet different requirement sets - Standards based Integration… some but not enough But we share a common vision for GIS in our organizations Over 600 Utilities Worldwide

12 Smart Networks Solutions Vision Control CenterStationsDistribution Network Customer Pervasive incorporation of Geospatial Technology

13 Advanced grid supervision Enterprise to Operational Optimize Field Operations Safety & Security Security, Reliability & Efficiency Global substation & feeder automation portfolio for Utilities Protection IEDs MICOM ® SEPAM ® RTU, Controls Sensors IEDs Feeder Automation Distribution Device Automation/Control Substation Automation PACiS ® Substation Automation Control Network Management and Operations Software DMS/OMS Analysis SCADA GIS Systems to Solutions Distribution Network Engineering Mobile Cloud

14 Real Time Integration Control Center Enterprise Integration Automation Devices Enterprise Geospatial Commodity Generation Station AutomationDistribution Automation SCADADMSOMS Operational Data Historian – Time Series For Electric, Gas, Water and Telecom Models ArcFM Solution in Desktop, Server, Web, Mobile and Cloud Enterprise to Operational

15 GIS is the Foundation for Smart Networks Enterprise Geospatial and its web of integrations drive data to the control center applications In return, the control center applications can provide important operational information to the rest of the enterprise. For Engineering and Operations. Single Version of the Truth in the enterprise GIS is where the cycle begins and also where it ends Our vision remains unchanged

16 Utility Geospatial Models Must Evolve Early Years Cartographic/Drafting Model Mapping, Data Migration and Enhancements Recent Years Asset Management Model Compatible Units, OMS and Asset Management, Accounting Next Years Intelligent Facility Network Model Comprehensive Models, Device Internals, Schematics, Operational Decision support and Execution enablement Made to work Easier maintenance of a more comprehensive model

17 Component Architectures Give Way to Services

18 Whats Next? ArcFM Release – future is evident today Applications and Services versatility Focused on improving business operations Esris ArcGIS Industry Templates Accelerate implementation Esris incredible core technology direction Feedback from you: more focus on core Improve performance, scalability, usability Improve on Delivery and Support processes Improve our online resources

19 Equip Catalog Enterprise ArcFM Mobile: Inspect & Operate Design & Engineer Analyze Trend Network Model & Validation Integrate Cloud Stage Focused Apps Asset Performance Smart Networks will continue to drive change We will be here to help

20 Setting the Stage

21 Sunday Night Tradition Exciting week ahead ArcGIS Platform Alignment with Esri Innovations Next and future releases of ArcFM Solution But first…

22 We Heard Your Voice Link/TUG surveys Birds of a Feather feedback Customer site visits Project experience Support process Post-Link mobilization April Summit with Esri in Ft.Collins May-June customer visits

23 Collaborative Plan - Committed, Together Delivery & Support Core Technology Improvements Needed Move Forward with Confidence Esri Core Technology Electric and Gas Industry Focus Session Tue 07/09/2013 8:30 AM - 9:45 AM Room 29 A/B

24 Adjusted Our Roadmaps After 10.2 release Dedication to Core Improvements Goal - Significant improvements to ArcFM and Designer performance and usability

25 Post-10.2 Release Approach ArcFM Stored Displays Open/Save QA/QC Feeder Manager Initialization Conflict Filters Designer Open/Save Designs Workflow Manager Application Footprint Enhanced User Experience

26 Post-10.2 Release Plan More research needed to determine date ~3 to 5 months of work Targeting late 2013 Service packs on others as necessary Continued communication updates Product Update Meetings More details at EGUG and via Connected Community…


28 ArcFM Solution – The Next Release Matt Zimmerman Manager, Product Owners

29 Biggest Release in Product History!

30 40+ enhancements

31 Product Themes Advanced Networks Advanced Design Data Availability Field Mobility Utility Operations Managing feeders, network assets 3D engineering, line design Better restoration workflows ArcFM everywhere New mobile platform

32 Apps are… Quick to deploy and configure Easier to update Scalable

33 Helps utilities get their field work done iPad, Windows 7 Help field crews with Where to go What to do What information to gather Orbit Field Mobility

34 Orbit Demo Neil Batchelor Greg McHugh Field Mobility

35 Orbit Advantages Download from an app store Update notifications No geodatabase replication No GIS data is stored in the cloud Built on Esris runtime APIs Launched July 1st Field Mobility

36 Using GIS to manage your network is a core value Advanced Networks Re-engineered Feeder Manager (2.0) Faster network editing Fewer conflicts Additional tools for feeder data

37 Feeder Manager 2.0 Beta Results 90% improvement in edit times Some cases: 2 minutes down to 2 seconds Reduced version conflicts Access to more feeder data Feeder length Phase\load breakdown # of service points Verified FeederID customizations Advanced Networks


39 Fiber on Server Example of ArcFM Everywhere Latest web app can: Access your fiber data from multiple devices Make business decisions Without needing to be a GIS expert Data Availability

40 Fiber on Server Demo Neil Batchelor Data Availability

41 Fiber on Server JavaScript and HTML5 Data Availability

42 Advanced Design

43 Overhead Design Analysis Overhead Design Analysis is… Engineering Analysis Reporting Now offered as Extension to ArcFM Stand-alone Advanced Design

44 Overhead Design Analysis Demo Sean Graebner Advanced Design

45 3D Assembly Catalog Advanced Design

46 Responder Phase swap Jumpers Utility Operations

47 Getting More From Your GIS Desktop New attribute editor Enhanced split support Designer Reverse highlight tool Fiber Enhanced reports with more configuration options Responder 20+ enhancements Copy\paste from Explorer

48 Wait, Whats the Release Number? Advanced Networks Advanced Design Data Availability Field Mobility Utility Operations July August {

49 Future Vision

50 Adjusted Our Roadmaps After 10.2 release Dedication to Core Improvements Goal - Significant improvements to ArcFM and Designer performance and usability

51 Hold on! What about… Will not affect all products… Responder Jumpers Fiber Manager RF Coax Engineering tools Orbit Redlining, query and location tools ArcGIS Online 6-8 week release cycle

52 2014 Roadmaps And it will not go on forever… ArcFM Feeder Information Services CIM Export CP Tools Designer Rapid Network Updates OHDA ADMS integration

53 Beyond – Long Term Vision Support the ArcGIS Platform ArcGIS Online and Portal Web Map Support - all demos driven by Web Maps! Existing Applications OHDA Orbit Fiber Manager ArcFM for Silverlight

54 Web Services and Cloud Culminate in Browser, Mobile and Cloud apps Fiber Manager on Server Feeder Information Services Cloud Orbit Microsoft Azure SaaS delivery

55 SaaS-Based Utility Applications Combine ArcGIS Platform Web Map Web Services Ecosystem of Applications Focused applications Distinct utility value Quickly deployed


57 Storm Impact Analysis

58 Storm Impact Analysis Demo Sean Graebner

59 Analytics Utility GIS Data + Weather Web Services + Analytics = Storm Impact Over Time

60 Combining Utility GIS and Weather Data Plan for crew resources and network assets Immediate response – all clear – lightning and wind Reduce restoration time and costs Optimize damage assessment – lightning strikes Ensure crew and public safety Keep the public informed and on their side One poor storm performance can cause significant reputational damage - PSE&G – Distributech 2013 Miles and Minutes Count

61 Advanced Analytics How does this relate to other factors Weather and outage history Vegetation management history Esri Industry Templates – ArcGIS for Utilities

62 Esri ArcGIS Marketplace Offered via the Esri ArcGIS Marketplace Mobile, desktop, web applications Look for Storm Impact Analysis and Orbit listings

63 Recap July and August – Biggest Release Ever Late Core Technology Improvements Future Vision

64 connected community clients + partners + employees = our extended networked enterprise Todd Moran Director of Social Enterprise

65 establish a single, unified online community network to connect and engage you, our clients and partners

66 .com GIS Support Forums

67 connected community

68 clients com·mu·ni·ty /kə ˈ myoonitē/ (n.) a group of individuals with similar goals or interests gathered online and connected by interactions


70 clients



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