Village street light system

​The Village of Norridge has a street light system that contains
lights owned by the village and lights owned and operated by ComEd.
H&H Electric, which maintains the village owned lights, provided the
village with multiple maps showing the ownership of each light, how
they are all connected, and the control boxes for each system.

With this information, the village was able to start building an
electrical system model that would be displayed on its in-house mapping
software: MapOffice™ Advanced. This allows the village engineer to see
the locations of all the street lights and how they connect to their
corresponding control boxes. With this information, the village engineer
and public works, can easily replace bulbs and determine where
malfunctions they may be located on a circuit. Because the information
is accessible from any computer on the village server, both departments
can access the information without having to share hard copies of the
information. By using GIS, the village is able to begin to put together a
comprehensive street light/electrical model that will help the village
with any incidents that may arise.

Village street light system

​The Village of Norridge has a street light system that contains
lights owned by the village and lights owned and operated by ComEd.
H&H Electric, which maintains the village owned lights, provided the
village with multiple maps showing the ownership of each light, how
they are all connected, and the control boxes for each system.

With this information, the village was able to start building an
electrical system model that would be displayed on its in-house mapping
software: MapOffice™ Advanced. This allows the village engineer to see
the locations of all the street lights and how they connect to their
corresponding control boxes. With this information, the village engineer
and public works, can easily replace bulbs and determine where
malfunctions they may be located on a circuit. Because the information
is accessible from any computer on the village server, both departments
can access the information without having to share hard copies of the
information. By using GIS, the village is able to begin to put together a
comprehensive street light/electrical model that will help the village
with any incidents that may arise.