GeoDesign Summit
Tech Workshops
Geodesign with GeoPlanner for ArcGIS
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.
Duration (offered twice)
4-hours (8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.) Offered on Tuesday, January 24 or
4-hours (1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.) Offered on Tuesday, January 24
Level
Beginner
Admission
$100
Instructor
Rob Stauder is an Esri Product Engineer focused on helping organizations leverage the power of GeoPlanner and Geodesign to improve decision making in human settlement activities. Rob works with software development teams and clients to fuse analytics with visualization to create easily-understood and defensible information products. During a 20 year career in Geographic Information Systems, Rob has taught numerous classes, presented at several conferences and mentored many colleagues.
Professional Credits
3.5 AICP CM credits available for this course
Esri CityEngine Workshop
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.
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.
Logistics
Classroom-style training with hands-on exercises using CityEngine and ArcGIS 10.3. Familiarity with ArcGIS Desktop and CityEngine is recommended.
Duration (offered twice)
4-hours (8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.) Offered on Tuesday, January 24 or
4-hours (1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.) Offered on Tuesday, January 24
Level
Intermediate
Admission
$100 - Comes with workbook and example rules and data.
Instructor
Brooks Patrick is an Account Executive and team lead for Geodesign Markets at Esri helping individuals, teams, and organizations take advantage of 3D GIS and the power of procedural modeling for Urban Planning, Architecture, Game Development, and Entertainment. Brooks is also a Landscape Architect and a frequent presenter at international conferences and workshops. As part of a team working with Geodesign, he designs solutions able to simulate the impacts of scenario planning, enabling decision makers to meet or exceed project goals related to sustainability and storytelling. He is responsible for further services and consulting in training, custom CGA rule development, and advanced 3D GIS for long range planning.
Professional Credits
3.5 AICP CM credits available for this course