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The City of Seattle & RedEye: GIS Innovation For Long Term Success 

The City of Seattle relies heavily on their GIS environment for many aspects of their water and wastewater operations; one of these critical services is the management of their engineering drawings and documents.

The City needed to upgrade their legacy system for managing these critical records – which, although being fit-for-purpose when built in-house in the 90’s, was struggling to meet their current and future business requirements.

After an extensive market review and tender process, the City chose to partner with RedEye Apps, to integrate their RedEyeDMS platform with the City’s GIS environment.

This webinar will talk the listener through the underlying needs and requirements that the City took into this partnership, lessons learned from the project, and advice for other utilities out there in a similar position.

Presented by RedEye and Geoff Brown - SPU Engineering Records Vault.

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Introduction 0:00
Session Overview 5:15
Project Background 8:10
Scoping The Upgrade 13:20
The City of Seattle + RedEye Partnership 24:20
Live Demo 37:55
The Future 49:25
Questions and Close 52:50

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Meet the Industry experts who will be presenting this session.


David Shaw


David joined RedEye in 2016 to develop a global Customer Success function, and drive value creation for all our clients with our software platforms.

In 2018, David relocated to the USA, where he oversees sales, marketing, project delivery and customer success for RedEye's Utilities and Infrastructure clients.

David's career began as a mechanical engineer for BHP Billiton, holding several asset and project management roles. More recently, he consulted for an asset management software company, whilst founding both for- and non-profit  organizations. He also served part time for nine years as a Lieutenant in the Australian Army Reserve.  

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Geoff Brown


Geoff Brown is an Archivist who oversees Seattle Public Utilities’ collection of infrastructure and engineering records collection, colloquially referred to as “The Vault”. He holds master’s degrees in Library and Information Science (MLIS) as well as in Geography and Environmental Studies (MGES). Previously, Geoff worked as a Science Librarian at Northeastern Illinois University. Prior to that he built a digital records repository holding park property records for Seattle’s Department of Parks and Recreation, dubbed “The Parkive”. He originally hails from Golden, Colorado and in his free time he enjoys bicycling, kayaking, snowboarding, and spending time with his cat, Ellsworth.

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