Geodesign Summit

January 23-25, 2018 | Redlands, CA

2018 Tech Workshops
Resilient by Design
Analyzing and Comparing Planning Scenarios

GeoPlanner for ArcGIS helps planning and design professionals create, share, analyze and report on design alternatives. In this training, you will use GeoPlanner to access shared datasets from ArcGIS Online to help you visualize and understand the site conditions in which a design or plan evolves. You’ll then learn how to use GeoPlanner to create, evaluate and compare multiple scenarios. Finally, you’ll learn how to identify optimal site locations and identify risks using spatial analysis and suitability modeling.

Intended Audience
This training is intended for anyone interested in using GIS for planning and design activities, including analysis, visualization and scenario evaluation.

Date
Tuesday, January 23

Time
8-hours (8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.)

Instructor
Rob Stauder, Product Engineer, Esri

Professional Credits
6.5 AICP CM credits available for this course

Level
Beginner

Admission
$149

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Space is limited. Contact confregis@esri.com for any questions.


Designing Your World in 3D

Morning Segment

Esri® CityEngine® software is able to simulate the impact of design decisions in real time, enabling decision makers to meet or exceed project goals, whether they be sustainability metrics, regulatory compliance, or cost reduction. Various project examples will showcase the urban planning and design capabilities using CityEngine. This hands-on workshop introduces CityEngine at an intermediate level from existing city creation to the planning, redesign, and evaluation of design alternatives using the latest 3D parametric design rules.

Instructor
Brooks Patrick, Account Executive, Esri
Madeline Schueren, Solution Engineer, Esri

Afternoon Segment

Geospatial data has become more available, planning in 3D is becoming easier, and consumer and public expectations are changing. This session takes a deep dive into geodesign workflows of industry leader Houseal Lavigne Associates, who will show you how to use CityEngine and ArcGIS Pro to model and better understand your city. Participants will learn methods and techniques to create and make use of existing and readily available 2D GIS data to create 3D models of multiple sizes and scales. We will outline key principles for working in 3D and when a 3D approach can be used effectively. Our goal is for you to become confident in working in 3D – including both CityEngine and ArcGIS Pro - to be able to harness the full capabilities of a cross-platform approach. Demonstrations and exercises will highlight scenarios frequently faced by planners and showcase visually stunning and meaningful case studies that can help communicate plans and concepts to less technical audiences.

Instructors
Devin Lavigne, Principal & Cofounder, Houseal Lavigne
Nik Davis, Principal, Houseal Lavigne

Intended Audience

This instructor-led hands-on training session is intended for anyone interested in 3D urban design. Familiarity with ArcGIS for Desktop and CityEngine is recommended.

Date
Tuesday, January 23

Time
8:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m.

Professional Credits
6.5 AICP CM credits available for this course

Level
Intermediate

Admission
$149

Register Now

Space is limited. Contact confregis@esri.com for any questions.