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SSP Innovations Video Presentations

  • SSP's New Project Management Methodology Explained [13:42]

    SSP’s clients sometimes ask, “Why is a Project Manager needed for our project?” In this video, Matt Stuart from SSP Innovations explains how SSP got back to the basics to make its projects more consistent. Matt discusses why the methodology is so important – and how it will benefit each client we work for.

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  • Flexible Data Model Explained [7:01]

    Brian Higgins provides a simplistic explanation of the Fiber Manager's™ utilization of the flexible data model. The video summarizes relationships between the fiber optic cable and its child objects (buffer tubes and strands).

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  • SSP Innovations @ EGGC/EGUG 2015 [1:06]

    SSP Innovations @ EGGC/EGUG 2015

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  • Nightly Batch Suite (NBS) [17:31]

    The SSP Nightly Batch Suite (NBS) is a configurable set of applications intended to keep a geodatabase performing optimally while giving management the information they need to make decisions. The product includes a batch framework which allows for batch applications to be easily configured and scheduled for nightly, weekly, or monthly execution. There are a number of product applications that are included with the NBS and the framework also provides customers with a reusable implementation pattern for adding custom batch applications. These often include custom GIS update applications or systems integration points for batch updates between the GIS and other common utility systems. Watch to learn more!

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  • How to Become A Superstar For Your Utility in Two Weeks [58:37]

    During this webinar we'll share with you how to become a GIS Superstar and along the way: - You'll get an understanding of how the ArcGIS platform can transform your business - You'll see real examples of utility and telecom success and be shown the journey to implementing ArcGIS Online from start to finish - You'll see an example of how MTEMC (Middle Tennessee Electric) used a common business challenge to drive an ArcGIS Online solution.

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  • SSP Innovations @ Esri UC 2015 [0:54]

    SSP Innovations at the Esri User Conference in July of 2015

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  • Fiber Field Collection with ArcGIS Online [21:01]

    This video shows a demonstration of how ArcGIS Online can be used to collect fiber optic / telecom data in the field via iOS, Android, or Windows devices. This data can then be used in the back office as an input into a full blow outside plant (OSP) management tool such as Schneider Electric's Fiber Manager. Here we'll show an end to end usage of technology to automate fiber data collection in the field via Esri ArcGIS Online.

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  • The Power of the ArcGIS Online Joint Use Survey Template [21:02]

    Demonstrates Esri's Joint Use Survey solution template integrated to SSP Workforce Management including use of Collector for ArcGIS, Operations Dashboard, and ArcGIS.com. View the full related blog post a http://sspinnovations.com/blog/2015/09/07/power-arcgis-online-joint-use-survey-template#.WP-F94grLIU

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  • Transformer Load Analysis at MTEMC with ArcGIS Online [4:45]

    Every electric utility regularly deals with transformer replacements. Transformers encounter issues related to everything from animals, theft, lightning, voltage changes, fires, and, of course, sizing issues. Middle Tennessee Electric (MTEMC) used a sleek blend of technology to aggregate, analyze, query, and report on their current transformer installations by comparing customer consumption against Rated KVA. The results were made available in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) and visually in ArcGIS Online to drive new enterprise decisions both in the field and the back office.

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  • Future of GIS - Moving to a System of Engagement [50:33]

    The GIS has been a mission critical system within organizations for many years supporting planning, analysis, design, and recovery workflows. But the technological landscape of GIS continues to change at a rapid pace... While this presents a challenge to keep up, the organizations at the forefront of the technology are realizing significant ROI by expanding their usage of geographic data in new and exciting ways. We will review the foundational components of a GIS that every organization should have in place along with the best patterns for embracing the change as GIS evolves from an application to a true enterprise platform. Our joint goal is to support the entire organization by making map-based apps available anywhere, on any device, to every department. The future of GIS is now, don't be left in the past!

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