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The place where we post ActiveG news, do some self-promotion, and share our thoughts.
Stormwater inspections via ArcGIS Field Maps
The City of San Marcos, Texas is nestled between Austin and San Antonio in the Texas Hill Country. Between 2010 and 2022, the city experienced over 50% growth. With a 2023 population estimated at over 68,000, the city’s public works staff has plenty to do to keep up...
MapEngine improves emergency dispatching for South Jersey Gas
We were happy to partner with Geonexus in a recent webinar, sharing how ActiveG MapEngine is helping South Jersey Industries (SJI) quickly dispatch the right people to emergency work. Check it out and see how MapEngine can help you quickly maximize your ArcGIS and...
Survey123 Website Installation for ArcGIS Enterprise
If you utilize Survey123 without a local Survey123 website installation on an ArcGIS Enterprise platform using Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA), you may have noticed that the IWA log-in process doesn’t always go smoothly. Installing a local deployment of the Survey123 website, with the proper configurations, will create a more predicatble log-in experience with Survey123 through IWA.
MapEngine 4—Next generation of Maximo/ArcGIS integration
The latest MapEngine release is not too far away!
ActiveG and EMWD at the Maximo Utility Working Group – Nov 2020
ActiveG is a platinum sponsor of the Maximo Utility Working Group (MUWG), a free virtual conference, November 10-12, 2020. Come join us for the latest Maximo and ArcGIS integration examples and processes. ActiveG will be presenting with Eastern Municipal Water...
ActiveG at Esri IMGIS Conference 2020
ActiveG is a proud sponsor of the Esri IMGIS 2020 Conference, October 27 - 29, 2020. Come check out the latest from Esri and ActiveG for infrastructure management. Find out more and register at: https://www.esri.com/en-us/about/events/imgis/overview