The City of Norton, Virginia engaged with WorldView Solutions to update the City’s mountain bike trails in the Flag Rock area of the City. The WorldView GIS team used updated field maps and GPS locations supplied by the City to perform the updates. The City originally contracted with Worldview in 2014 to map the trails using high accuarcy GPS, and we are glad to see the Flag Rock area trail network continue to grow. For more information on the trails, please visit the following link: http://www.nortonva.gov/index.aspx?NID=433.
WorldView Solutions and the City of Newport News successfully migrated all Cityworks users to the latest version of Cityworks Server Asset Management System (AMS) giving everyone access to a secure, fast and modern work order management solution built on Esri’s ArcGIS for Server platform. The City of Newport News had used Cityworks Desktop since 2004. Along with the Traffic Engineering Division and Community Maintenance Divisions, the following divisions now use Cityworks Server AMS as their primary work order management and reporting tool: Building Services, Solid Waste, Street Maintenance, Stormwater, and Wastewater.
New Kent County, Virginia’s Public Utilities Department recently contracted with WorldView Solutions to update county’s water and sewer utilities GIS layers using data contained in various construction plan sets. A GPS field survey with sub-foot accuracy will be conducted to verify the asset and improve their location accuracy in the County’s Enterprise GIS.
Juniata County, Pennsylvania recently contracted with WorldView Solutions for ongoing maintenance and support services. The WorldView Maintenance and Support Services Team will provide the County with monthly updates to its tax parcel GIS layer and link it with information contained in their assessment database.
Powhatan recently contracted with WorldView Solutions on a new project to assist with the augmentation, update and remediation of public safety GIS and other location-related data. This will enhance current and anticipated public safety operations and establish ongoing methodologies and procedures to position its public safety datasets for persistent Next Generation 911 (NG911) readiness and alignment with the Commonwealth of Virginia Statewide 9-1-1 Comprehensive Plan.
WorldView Solutions is participating in the Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts/State Conservation Commission’s 70th Annual Conference (PACD/SCC) as a Gold Sponsor to support the launch of its PracticeKeeper conservation planning application. The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has contracted with WorldView to provide PracticeKeeper licenses to all Soil and Water Conservation Districts across the State. PracticeKeeper is a cloud hosted land and water resource planning software platform developed by WorldView Solutions for conservation districts, state government, and private entities. The platform includes modules for tracking and reporting for data related to Best Management Practices, Conservation Plans, Nutrient Management Plans, Watershed Management, and Erosion and Sediment Control.
Juniata County, PA recently launched WorldView’s ParcelViewer application to serve as the County’s web mapping platform. The application will provide County staff and the public with easy to use tools for querying, displaying, and analyzing the County’s tax parcel GIS layer along with information contained in their assessment database. For more information, please contact Stuart Blankenship at Stuart.Blankenship@worldviewsolutions.com.
WorldView Solutions is pleased to have been selected by the State of North Carolina to provide GIS Planning, Data Converstion, Application Development, and Consulting Services for state agencies, universities, and local governments. WorldView’s North Carolina roots run deep, having supported customers in the state for many years, and we look forward to the opportunity to earn new clients through the convenience of this new contracting vehicle.
Throughout May, Worldview Solutions provided on-site training to over 100 Newport News Public Works staff on the latest version of Cityworks. Public Works staff were trained on how to perform day to day operations including processing work orders & service requests, core functionality of an overhauled mapping user interface, and searching/reporting on assets in the system. This upgraded system is a complete web-based platform that replaces the desktop version of the Cityworks software suite. The upgrade to this new web-based platform is a significant paradigm shift for the city in how they utilize their asset management platform and will allow the city to save money by reducing software licensing required to support their older implementation.