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ESRI DAYS 2006 ArcFM UT Utility GIS Implementation Estonia, Tallinn

May 2006

Theo Itzen

You cant always expect what you want, but sometimes your expectations can be justified !!

Utility GIS Implementations

Utility GIS Implementations

Mobile GIS ?

Agenda

Company Introduction Utility GIS Implementations ArcFM UT Product Overview System Integration

AED-SICAD

Utility GIS Implementations

Dr.Thomas Englert Werner Lck

Largest GIS Application Company in Europe About 220 Employees More than 10.000 Licenses and >2000 Customers worldwide Offices in Bonn, Mnchen, Berlin, Essen, Frankfurt

AED-SICAD Product lines on ArcGIS

Application Framework

Landmanagement

Cadastre, Mapping, Topographical Information Systems Urban and Environmental Planning Topography, Special Cadastre Electricity, Gas, Water, Sewage, Heating, Telco Real Estate, Banking, Industry, Insurances

Utility GIS Implementations

AED-SICAD

Local Government

Utilities

Others

The Company

Utility GIS Implementations

Our offering State-of-the-art and ready-to-use GIS applications for land management / cadastre and utilities IT Services: Specification, installation, customizing, data migration, training We enable partners to support our customers: International partner support, localizations More than 20 years of experience GIS and GIS application development Large infrastructure project management Network Information Systems implementation

Product Figures

Sewage 12%

Telecom 2%

Heating Cooling 9% Gas 18%

Utility GIS Implementations

Electricity 34% Water 25%

More than 1400 licenses sold worldwide More than 110 customers use UT products Largest databases: more than 50 GB of network data Largest installation: more than 100 concurrent updating users, more than 400 Intranet users

Some of our customers in the UT world

Electricity
EWE Oldenburg 77.000 km 73.000 km 4.500 km 8.000 km 10.000 km 15.000 km 25.000 km 2.000 km 1.000 km 1.400 km 4.000 km 4.500 km 1.400 km 3.400 km 1.000 km 3.100 km 1.000 km 2.000 km 1.600 km 43.000 km

Gas

Water

Utility GIS Implementations

RWE Net Cologne MVV Mannheim PESAG Paderborn Mainova Mannheim Pfalzwerke Wien Energie City of Luxemburg AGAC Reggio Emilia AGSM Verona ACEGAS Trieste Guangzhou Water UEM Metz

1.400 km 1.500 km

1.000 km 4.500 km 1.600 km 2.000 km 4.000 km

Our recent wins


EWR, Germany Multy-utility chose to use ArcFM UT for the documentation of their networks GWG Grevenbroich, Germany Multy-utility chose to use ArcFM UT for the documentation of their networks Berlin Water, Germany Berlin Water has chosen AED-SICADs solution after an intensive evaluation process in which several vendors were present. Supplying water to the capital of Germany with 3.7 Mio. inhabitants Aqualectra Distribution, Dutch Antilles, Netherlands Aqualectra Distribution has chosen AED-SICADs solution after an intensive evaluation process in which several vendors were present. Supplying water and electricity to the inhabitants of Curacao, Antilles (Netherlands) FEWA, UAE After an intensive evaluation process including several solutions, ArcFM UT was chosen other EnBW - Importance to international market Supplying Water and Electricity to the Northern Emirates 45% subsidiary of EdF City of Magdeburg, Germany Water, Gas, Electricity, and district heating for the town of Magdeburg Change from Smallworld to AED-SICAD City of Russelsheim, Germany Third-largest electricity utility in Germany Water and Gas International data capture using ArcFM UT EnBW, Stuttgart, Germany Third largest electricty supplier of Germany chose ArcFM UT as enterprise GIS with strong focus on SAP integration EVO, part of RWE, Germany Multy-utility chose to use ArcFM UT for the documentation of their networks City Works of Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany Multy-utility chose to use ArcFM UT for the documentation of their networks SEWA, UAE Use of ArcFM UT for network and asset documentation and close integration with other relevant IT systems.

Utility GIS Implementations

Our recent wins

City Works of SIngen, Germany Multy-utility chose to use ArcFM UT for the documentation of their networks (before: AutoCAD) City Works of Karlsruhe, Germany Multy-utility chose to use ArcFM UT for the documentation of their networks (before: GTIS/GFIS) City Works of Stuttgart, Germany The department of waste water chose to use ArcFM UT for the documentation of their sewage networks (before: AutoCAD) City Works of Passau, Germany ArcFM UT Mobile for field work Pfalzwerke, Germany Multy-utility chose to use ArcFM UT for the documentation of their networks (before SICAD-UT) KEVAG, RWE subsidiary, Germany Use of ArcFM UT Mobile in their operational work (before: GISMobil) Infrafrth, Germany Use of ArcFM UT Mobile in their operational work (before: GISMobil) Albstadtwerke, Germany Use of ArcFM UT Integrator for integration ArcFM UT SAP PM City Works of Jena, Germany Multy-utility chose to use ArcFM UT for the documentation of their networks (before SICAD-UT) and use of ArcFM UT Integrator for ERP integration Delta, Netherlands Delta is the 4th largest utility in Netherlands, supplying electricity, gas and cable TV to South-Western Netherlands Eestigas, Estonia Biggest Gas supplier in Estonia, supplying gas

Utility GIS Implementations

22 New ArcFM UT customers since the first release

Processes in a utility - overview

Primary processes
Network management Maintaining networks

Utility GIS Implementations

Expanding networks

Outage management Acquiring customers

Secondary processes
Material procurement and logistcs Financial accounting and
bookkeeping Accounting

Asset accounting Controlling

Utility Information Technology Infrastructure Typical Applications in a Utility Company

Utility GIS Implementations

Outage Reporting

SCADA / EMS

Planning

Distribution Management

Customer Information

Integration Platform

GIS

Human Resources

Work Management

Substation Automation

Data Warehouse

ArcFM UT Product Family

Family of Network Management products for Electricity networks


High, medium, low tension, street lights Stations, substations, connectors Electricity related telecommunication networks

Utility GIS Implementations

Water networks Gas networks District heating networks Sewage Telco Horizontal applications: Application integration Data exchange for distributed editing Network planning, outage statistics Data migration Plan generalization Intranet / Internet viewing

The Philosophy of our GIS Applications

Utility GIS Implementations

Process orientation As simple as possible Ergonomic Software adapts to the business processes Interoperability Between GIS systems In the IT world Continuous Data Flow From field to office and back Investment security Smooth transition to new technologies Component-oriented architecture to reduce software license costs Based on Standards

ArcFM UT: Product Structure

UT Editor UT Alpha
Utility GIS Implementations

UT View Electricity Sewage Heating Water Telco Gas UT Web UT Mobile UT Designer UT Integrator UT Base

AED-SICAD ArcFM UT and ESRI ArcGIS


Web Seats Mobile Seats Viewing/Editing Seats

Free! Free!

In Planning In Planning

Utility GIS Implementations

HTML Viewer UT WEB

Java Viewer UT WEB

ArcFM UT Alpha

ArcFM UT Reader ArcReader

ArcFM UT Mobile ArcView

ArcFM UT
Mobile Editor

ArcFM UT Editor
ArcEditor

ArcFM UT View
ArcView

ArcFM UT Alpha

ArcEditor

Internet Internet

Multi Use

Single Use

ArcFM UT WEB GIS Portal

ArcIMS

ArcSDE

ArcFM UT Integrator NCS ArcFM UT Integrator SAP ArcFM UT Integrator SCADA

Central Enterprise Database Vector data Raster data (Ortho-photo ...) Alpha-numerical data Data model

Personal geodatabase (MS Access)

ArcFM UT Components

Core data models for electricity, gas, water, district heating RDMBS-based (Oracle, DB2, Informix, SQL Server, MS Access) Utility GIS Implementations Pre-configured user interface Dimensioning and construction Cables, net points, service points Substation management Network tracing Cable conduit systems and cross sections Status and history management of assets Central catalog services and customizing tools Parameterization Profiles, access rights and privileges Map layout management

ArcFM UT Data Model

object network topology (geometric network) facility objects support objects management objects

Utility GIS Implementations

net cluster Electricity network branch circuit : :

section installation component service point cable distrib.box overhead station line : : : : joint switch transformer isolator fuse : : connector meter : :

section conduit sys. duct bridge culvert : :

node manhole pole building : : address document damage/outage maintenance : :

Product Family ArcFM UT

Utility GIS Implementations

UT Base Cross application functionality for all network types Data navigation Network trace Central parameterization using Catalog Services Dimensioning Central access to Geodatabase via customized access functions (area name, address, coordinates, etc.) UT Alpha Completely integrated in ArcGIS Completely customizable without programming For stand-alone usage available Internet enabled (Geo Service Providing GSP)

Product Family ArcFM UT

Utility GIS Implementations

UT Editor Electricity, gas, water Complete data model in the geodatabase Integrated data capturing for geographical and alphanumerical data Lines Net points Protective pipes Service connections Routes Cross Sections UT Editor Single Use Single use system based on Microsoft Access

Product Family ArcFM UT

UT View Viewing component ArcFM UT Viewing access to the Geodatabase Utility GIS Implementations UT Mobile Mobile component for ArcFM UT UT View functionality GPS tracking Car navigation Capturing of dynamic data Data providing from central systems

ArcFM UT - System Overview - Customizing

Customizing Rule based objectparameter Utility GIS Implementations Cartographic representation Screen forms and data model Macro - Creation Visual Basic Script

Standard Release Cycle!

Utility GIS Implementations

ArcFM UT: Viewing

Utility GIS Implementations

ArcFM UT: Editing

Utility GIS Implementations

ArcFM UT: Editing

Utility GIS Implementations

ArcFM UT: Network Trace

Utility GIS Implementations

ArcFM UT: Network Trace

Scalability = Flexibility Software products that are Scalable Open Standard Customizable Future proof

UT Integrator

Utility GIS Implementations

UT Editor
+ Integration EAI + Advanced Edititing + Cartographic Representation Queries and Reports Simple Edititing Customizable

UT Reader UT Web

UT View UT Mobile

Data Access Map Visualisation Printing & Plotting

ArcFM UT Summary

Integrated multi-utility solution Ready-to-use, fully customizable solution with extremely short implementation duration Extensive functionality covering network documentation, outage management, maintenance, customer information and planning. Efficient support of the initial collection, update, analysis and presentation of spatial and technical information. Based on strong data models and databases, transaction protected. Uniform handling of common objects across utility branches. Interoperability with ERP and other business and technical systems.

Utility GIS Implementations

Thank you for your interest!

Utility GIS Implementations

Theo Itzen AED-SICAD Lilienthalstrae 7 85579 Neubiberg / Mnchen GERMANY Tel.: +49 89 45026 - 212 theo.itzen@aed-sicad.de