Konstantin Korchakov works as a software consultant for a Utility & Telecommunications GIS consulting company SSP Innovations in Centennial, Colorado. Konstantin has 5 years of experience, specializing in system and software design and support. Konstantin provided GIS services for utility companies at many stages of their needs, such as land management, field surveying, mapping and construction projects support.
This post shows the bare minimum requirements that Esri imposes on the new Utility Network class attribution, as well as the configurable capability to add as many custom attributes as needed. By minimizing the number of Feature Classes and their attributions Esri is able to implement a simple network model that provides with efficient and robust network functionality. By organizing your model within domains - subdivided into tiers, representing your assets within a flexible hierarchy of groups and types, and adding as many custom attributes as your application may require the UN also allows for extensive scalability.
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