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A specialist in utilities at Esri, Meehan made a case for utilities employing geographical information systems (GIS) in a 2007 book that ended with a fictional case study. Here he continues that case study, showing in detail how the utility modeled its GIS. The earlier book included gas distribution and electric generation and transmission, but he narrows the analysis to electric distribution. Among the topics are the business side of Any Town Energy, developing the GIS data model from scratch, the low-voltage network delivering the power, and streamlined workflows and the full power of GIS. Annotation ©2013 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Modeling Electric Distribution with GIS shows why the successful implementation of an enterprise GIS in the electric distribution industry is based on a sound and thorough data model. For GIS managers, business executives, and information technology managers, the book's technical information is designed for quick comprehension.
Number of Pages: 318
Genre: Technology, Computers + Internet
Sub-Genre: Remote Sensing, Data Modeling + Design
Publisher: Esri Pr
Author: Bill Meehan
Street Date: July 19, 2013
Item Number (DPCI): 248-81-1302
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