In the Field. On the Go.

Your work isn’t limited to your desk. Your data shouldn’t be, either. We offer a variety of tools to help you access and update valuable information on your laptop, tablet, and smartphone.

Cityworks mobile native apps displayed on an iOS device

Mobile Native Apps

Cityworks on iOS and Android provide a range of field-specific tools. The apps cache data locally on the device, allowing field crews to conduct inspections and perform maintenance even out of network range. Empower your field crews to contribute to the ArcGIS system of record and system of engagement.

Cityworks Respond

Take the full functionality of Cityworks Office into the field. With the help of a continuous network connection, Respond helps you maintain continuous, real-time updates from your tablet. Respond also offers an advanced map interface and the power to create and manage aspects of Cityworks from a remote location.

See Cityworks Mobile Solutions in Use

Responding for Efficiency in Delray Beach

The beautiful coastline, a professional tennis tournament, and a vibrant downtown corridor are obvious attractions in Delray Beach, Florida. But the city, with support from Black & Veatch, is adding a feature that is invisible to most and beneficial for all.  Delray Beach, the “Village by the Sea,” sits approximately 52 miles north of Miami …

From Worksheets to Smart Phones with Cityworks + ArcGIS

Located just west of Chicago, DuPage County is the second-largest county in Illinois and home to nearly one million residents. DuPage County has experienced extensive urban growth, with a 500 percent increase in population since 1950. This rapid urbanization brought with it a huge loss of agricultural land and a decline in open space, replaced …

Fighting Graffiti with Cityworks and ArcGIS

In Escondido, California, it used to take days for city workers to remove a graffiti tag. But thanks to some community engagement and the Cityworks mobile native apps, graffiti is now removed within 24 hours. Watch the video below to learn more about the innovative way the city and its citizens are taking back their …