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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing When 8850 Form Workforce

Instructions and Help about When 8850 Form Workforce

Welcome to the introduction to workforce for our GES I'm Toby from the ESRI Australia solutions team and I'm going to show you how workforce for our GES is used to assign tasks to workers in the field and report jobs done back to the office workforce is one of the many applications available in the ArcGIS platform the apps in this diagram and many more not shown here are interconnected so you can access data created in one app in another each application to a different user experience allowing you to share your workforce data with executives analyst field workers and even the public so those are that GS experience and skills are able to understand your data and use it to make decisions these apps can be split into three categories apps for the field absolutely office and apps for the public workforce is administered in the office and used in the field and can connect to public apps that are used to collect or share datasets today we're going to look at a hydrant inspection case study which uses a workforce desktop and mobile applications as well as navigator collector survey 1-2-3 and operations dashboard all of these applications are connected through our organizational ArcGIS online account I can sign into workforce straight from the website using my ArcGIS online credentials the first page we see is the project dashboard here I can see projects that I have created or that have been shared with me by the team I'll click on the hydrent project that my colleague is administering to open it up in this demo I'm going to use a fire hydrant example to show you how to assign a job using workforce how to respond to the request as a field worker and how to monitor operations this workforce browser application is used by the office team to make assignments and monitor workers in the map interface on the right you can see we have added features to this project where red hydrants represent 40 hydrants and the blue hydrants are functional you can see that I can view and filter assignments and view workers I'm going to go to the location of myself by clicking my name in the workers tab we are now in Canberra I have just received a report from the local police station so in that car has hit a hydrant on Ferno Street I'm going to create an assignment for someone to go and inspect the hydrant all I have to do is flick on the hydrant and create an assignment here I can choose the assignment type I know that the hydrant will probably need to be repaired but first we need to inspect it to see what needs to be done assignments do not have to be connected to pre-existing features I could just add to location but in this case the assignment to link directly to features I will add an ID number to link this information back to my business information system database and I will also add a photograph that I have received from the police report it looks ok but it's worth checking then hit create assignment as a field worker this creates a notification on my phone I'm now opening the workforce mobile app where I can see the job has come through and I can take a look at the attached photo I'll tap start to report back to the team that I'm working on this case now I first need to travel there and I can use navigator to do this by tapping the link and workforce this automatically uses my current location and the location of the feature to give me a route and I can choose whether I am walking or driving the beauty of navigator is that it lets you download base maps to your device and navigate offline once I've arrived I will use survey 1-2-3 to report information in a survey form all I need to do is open the link survey one two three project directly from workforce in this case the hydrant is so damaged that it is no longer functional I'll complete the survey to pass the information back on to the team you I'm going to feature information using collector which I can open up and workforce I'm going to change the information so the hydrant is no longer functional and a flow rate has changed this information has spread through to the team back in the office they will be able to see my reports through workforce survey 1 2 3 RDS online and operations dashboard here's the hydrant inspections group showing in ArcGIS online this is where all the maps layers and applications for this project is stored I will open the Operations dashboard application here to get an overview of our project in operation dashboard I can see the status of my hydrants workers and assignments you may also notice that if I click on a broken hydrant the color has changed from blue to red and I can see the updated survey data it looks like we need to create a new assignment to fix its hydrant so that's it for our quick introduction to workforce for RTS and the integration of some of our field applications there's plenty more to do with each of these applications and everything you've seen is configurable to your own project needs if you need to know more you can contact us at every Australia.

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