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The City of Richland Energy Services Department, Richland, WA selected Ptarmigan Software to move their CAD-based GIS to ArcGIS.
Otter Tail Power Company, Fergus Falls, MN picks Ptarmigan Software to perform a pilot for moving their CAD data to Esri's ArcGIS platform.
Ptarmigan announces it's enhanced Kestrel product, adding the ability to export electric load models to Cooper Power Systems's Cyme product.
Citizens Energy Group, Indianapolis, IN uses Ptarmigan Software to develop an ArcGIS-based Cathodic Protecting Maintenance and Reporting System, plus an ArcGIS-based Valve Inspection System.
Ptarmigan Software creates tools to interface meter information from TWACS to ArcGIS.
The City of Hope, AR chooses Ptarmigan Software to move their electrc, water and wastewater infrastructure data from AutoCAD to Esri.
City Utilities of Springfield, MO enlists Ptarmigan Software to develop an Esri Workflow Manager Vegetation Management System built around their existing Esri/ArcFM system.
Ptarmigan Software is working with Lonestar Transmission, a subsidiary of NextERA Energy, to develop a foundation for their Electric Transmission GIS.
Peninsula Lighting, Gig Harbor, WA enlists the help of Ptarmigan Software with their 4DL/Certalogic GIS data conversion to Esri technology, and will also be rolling out Ptarmigan's 'Kestral' software to export the information about the electric distribution model to GL's SynerGEE system.
Ptarmigan Software helps Carroll Electric Cooperative, Berryville AR, Citizens Energy Group, Indianapolis IN, Memphis Light, Gas and Water, Memphis TN and SEMCO Energy, Port Huron, MI with WMX implementations.
Ptarmigan teams up with several utility companies to develop a Telecommunications package for ArcGIS that supports fiber, coax and twisted pair copper mediums.
Citizens Energy Group, Indianapolis, IN in production with ArcGIS after a successful conversion of their gas, steam and chilled water GIS assets from Smallworld 4, including several functional replacements for their legacy design management software.
Arkansas Valley Electric Cooperative, Ozark, AR joins Sam Houston Electric Cooperative, Livingston, TX and Carroll Electric Cooperative Corporation, Berryville, AR and begins using 'Kestral', Ptarmigan's ArcGIS to Network Modeling Interface software used to feed data to Milsoft's Windmil application.
Ptarmigan Software awarded "Utility Sector Business Partner of the Year" by ESRI.
Sam Houston Electric Cooperative, Livingston, TX implements the 'Hawk' ArcGIS Viewer and the CGI Pragma OMS Interface developed by Ptarmigan Software.
Memphis Light, Gas and Water in production wiht ArcGIS for landbase maintenance after the conversion if its CableCad data to an Esri enterprise solution. The gas, water and electric facilities soon to follow.
Texas Gas Company, a division of OneOK, Tulsa, OK, teams with Ptarmigan Software to migrate DWG data for their El Paso gas operation to ArcGIS.
CPS Energy, San Antonio, TX and Clallam Public Utility District implements Ptarmigan's 'Kite' Right-Of-Way Vegetation Management tool to help track tree trimming activities.
Dayton Power & Light, Dayton, OH and Source Gas LLC, Lakewood, CO, in production with ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS Server after their conversion from DGN to the ESRI Environment.
Ptarmigan Software provides consulting, software customization and software development services for ESRI's ArcGIS family of products, as well as for ArcFM®. We specialize in software and services for the electric, gas, water and stormwater/wastewater utility companies. With tools to help analyze your networks, tools to increase your productivity, and tools to interface with your other enterprise systems.
We provide data conversion services from various CAD and other GIS platforms to ArcGIS, as well as tools that streamline the export of utility network model and background information to various CAD formats, as well as most of the network modeling packages like Milsoft, Cyme, SynerGEE and ABB.
Here's some of the places where we've recently helped utility companies that are using ArcGIS products. Hover over the symbols on the map to see the utility name...