GIS for Rural & Small Utilities Series

This webinar series will focus on providing the business value of using a Geographic Information System to manage a rural water system. This three-part series includes introduction to GIS fundamentals, data conversion methods, solutions for water, taking it to the field and back, plus resources to get you started.

Part 3: Going Mobile: Taking your GIS into the Field: 2 pm CST May 11 Register Now
Join this webinar to learn about field workflows enabled by mobile apps. Also, get first hand tips from a special guest, Travis Anderson, District Engineer at Le-Ax Water District, on how you can implement a mobile app and pair it with a GNSS receiver to collect highly accurate locations at a very low cost. The mobile apps that will be demonstrated enable field workflows including:

Missed Part 1 or 2? You can watch all of our past webinars on the WaterPro Online Community. Go to WaterPro Community to learn more!


David Totman is the Industry Manager of the Esri Global Water Practice providing thought leadership and market direction. He has been in the water industry for 36 years, and using GIS for 30 of those years in business process optimization, project analytics, and infrastructure management.

Jason Channin is a Senior Solution Engineer for Esri’s Water Practice.  He joined Esri in 2003 as an Inside Sales Representative to support the Esri Denver Region.  He now serves as a Senior Solution Engineer as part of the Esri Water Practice, specializing in Esri solutions for water/wastewater/stormwater management. Channin has more than 17 years of GIS experience.     He earned a B.S. in geography in 2003 from the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.

Matt Kennedy has worked at Esri for 19 years, beginning as an instructor and then becoming the manager of the Northeast regional training program. Since 2004, Matt has worked as a solutions engineer. As a member of Esri’s Global Water Practice, he helps customers understand how to use the ArcGIS Platform to help manage their water, wastewater, and stormwater systems.