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3-D Modeling Solar Panel Deployment at Florida State University

This presentation details a LiDAR analysis and Esri City Engine modeling project for the purpose of creating models of the FSU main campus and their potential to have photo voltaic (PV) solar panels installed. This effort provided valuable realistic building and solar radiation exposure models that provided policy makers information regarding the potential for PV panel deployment on our campus. Also, we have further City Engine modeling projects visualizing redevelopment of 100 acres of university land.

Presenter: Shawn Lewers

Presenter Organization: Florida State University

Presentation Date: Monday, May 4

Presentation Time: 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

Presentation Room: 101C

A Study of Sanitary Sewer Overflows in Cobb County, Georgia

This project focuses on the reduction of Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO), in Cobb County, Georgia. SSOs impact personal property, businesses, and the environment. By studying existing SSO data, along with pipe type/age, system design and camera footage of sanitary lines, we are developing ongoing analysis tools to identify the underlying causes that could increase the chance of overflows. This enables management to develop valuable plans to reduce the total SSOs moving forward.

Presenter: Jeannie Hayden

Presenter Organization: Cobb County Water System

Presentation Date: Wednesday, May 6

Presentation Time: 10:15 am - 11:30 am

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Access Collierville: Promoting Collierville with Community Analyst

In 2013, Collierville invested in a small government ELA with Esri. In early 2014, Collierville decided to strategically manage economic development efforts and made an additional investment in Esri’s Community Analyst. Supported by Community Analyst, Collierville can now quickly and effectively communicate its strategic location for business, lifestyle and access in the Mid-South region, award-winning schools, and safe neighborhoods with escalating home values and a low cost of living.

Presenter: Kevin Bingham

Presenter Organization: Town of Collierville

Presentation Date: Monday, May 4

Presentation Time: 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

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ArcGIS Interface Aids in Proactive Resource Deployment

To enhance proactive deployment of agency personnel, web-based maps presenting the likelihood of serious crashes across the state are published weekly. Python is utilized to efficiently map the results, and map access is provided via ArcGIS for Server. Historical and recent crash information is also provided via pop-ups for use in deployment decisions. The visual evaluation of the information can be used by supervisors and other personnel to increase trooper visibility in higher-risk crash areas.

Presenter: Beth Rowan

Presenter Organization: TN Dept of Safety and Homeland Security

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm

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ArcGIS Online Growing Pains and How We Overcame Them

As the City of Lebanon’s ArcGIS Online for organizations content grew in size and complexity, certain challenges were encountered with both managing and distributing content. As a result, new tools and workflows were needed to fully leverage and continue to scale the platform. In this presentation, we will discuss the challenges encountered and how the city overcame them. Topics will range from back-end administration to distribution of complex information products to casual business users.

Presenter: Erika Potts, Jeffrey Dedman, City of Lebanon, TN; Jeremy Weber, GEO-Jobe GIS Consulting

Presenter Organization: GEO-Jobe GIS Consulting

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 8:30 am - 9:45 am

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Business Analysis and Requirements Gathering within an Enterprise

Pinellas County is implementing an Enterprise GIS concurrent with retiring a legacy mapping system. The Esri Business Analyst role in supporting the transition is crucial. This role is responsible for gathering sufficient project requirements to ensure limited scope creep, timely project completion and ensuring equal distribution of individual and group contributions to projects. This will explain how understanding the Enterprise organizational behavior is a necessity for a successful transition.

Presenter: Christianna Kretschmann

Presenter Organization: Pinellas County

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 10:15 am - 11:30 am

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Business Process Automation and GIS: The Art of Doing More

For GIS professionals, new and seasoned, the daily workload can be daunting if every task is accomplished by manual means. Many GIS professionals recognize that there are only a few viable working hours in a day, and by understanding key areas of business process automation, a professional can literally accomplish more with less effort. In this presentation, an examination of what constitutes a business process and practical examples are revealed.

Presenter: Daniel Thomas

Presenter Organization: Tallahassee Leon County GIS

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm

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Case Closed: The Verdict Is In on the Role of GIS in Regional Intelligence and Info Exchange

Witness how GIS applications developed on the Esri platform are utilized by law enforcement in southeast Florida. The evidence shows how the Esri platform has helped in leading to arrests. Law enforcement recognizes the importance of geography in so many aspects of intelligence-led policing measures. Witness how SE Florida law enforcement is leveraging geospatial technology through partnerships and best practices that promote enhancements to regional data sharing and intelligence.

Presenter: Scott Burton

Presenter Organization: Broward Sheriff's Office

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm

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Cloud-Based Cityworks AMS Implementation to Enhance and Optimize Workflow Efficiency

The City of Gainesville Public Works Department wanted to streamline their data and workflows from a paper-based work management system to an enterprise GIS. PWD selected Cityworks based on its GIS-centric approach and its ability to increase mobile capabilities of field crews and provide an operational dashboard for reporting/analysis. We will take you through the planning, implementation, and deployment of their cloud-based Cityworks solution and will discuss lessons learned and ROI.

Presenter: Bill Millinor

Presenter Organization: Jones Edmunds & Associates, Inc.

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 8:30 am - 9:45 am

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DeKalb GIS Aids in Homeless Census Count

Since 2003, DeKalb County’s Community Development and Pathways have organized the homeless census count - usually on the last week of January, with the help of local volunteers. The census count was typically performed by carrying paper maps for navigating and locating Encampment sites. In addition, volunteers carried questionnaires and other papers to collect data. As you can imagine, papers were lost, misplaced or sometimes left behind.

Presenter: Araya Araya, Stacy Grear

Presenter Organization: DeKalb County

Presentation Date: Monday, May 4

Presentation Time: 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

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Design the Future of South Florida

In this talk, the presenter will showcase a regional planning project. Seven50, meaning seven counties in the next 50 years, focuses on how the GIS can be used as a tool to design the future of one of the most fast-growing regions in United States. Four future scenarios, based on the different modeling criteria, have been created for the purposes of communicating the effects of changes in land use, transportation, environmental and agricultural policy, primarily for a lay audience.

Presenter: Li Yi

Presenter Organization: University of Miami

Presentation Date: Monday, May 4

Presentation Time: 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

Presentation Room: 101A

Digital Detection for MS4 Program Efficiency: Leveraging Dollars and Data

The Metropolitan Sewer District utilized Thermal and CIR Imagery for faster, more cost-efficient analyses to meet the city’s Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System permit requirements. Digital screening directed field crews for focused investigation. A "work smarter, not harder" mentality in their approach to collection of failing septic system and illicit discharge data adversely impacted local water quality. Using GIS approaches, MSD has prioritized MS4 program activities and resources.

Presenter: Meghan Sigford

Presenter Organization: AECOM

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 1:00 pm- 2:15 pm

Presentation Room: 101A

Eastern Shore of Virginia Transportation Infrastructure Inundation Vulnerability Assessment

A study was conducted to identify vulnerable road facilities as a result of elevated sea level rise on the VA Eastern Shore. By extracting centerlines from sea level rise scenarios, vulnerable facilities and communities were identified. GIS provided a platform for data analysis and decision making products. Outcomes suggest a significant number of roads and communities will be impacted if engineering solutions aren’t met. This project is an example of GIS used as a transportation planning tool.

Presenter: Keisha Wilkins

Presenter Organization: Virginia Department of Transportation

Presentation Date: Wednesday, May 6

Presentation Time: 8:30 am - 9:45 am

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Farmers RECC Gets Truly Mobile with Esri

Farmers RECC is now able to record their field activities in a digital form that satisfies their inspection requirements as mandated by the Kentucky Public Service Commission. Moreover, Farmers is also realizing time and money saving benefits that come from using truly mobile software. Users are taking custom Esri tools on small, all-terrain vehicles to collect data in areas like never before.

Presenter: Scott Lester

Presenter Organization: Farmers RECC

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

Presentation Room: 101A

Get Alarmed Tennessee: Tracking Smoke Alarm Installations Using GIS

The Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) uses GIS to plan the distribution and track the installation of more than 70,000 smoke alarms as part of the Get Alarmed Tennessee program. Census tracts with characteristics associated with high rates of fire deaths are targeted by the program. The addresses of smoke alarm installations are geocoded and compared against locations of fire incidents to measure effectiveness. The program has been credited with saving the lives of 73 Tennesseans.

Presenter: Gregory Adams

Presenter Organization: Tennessee State Fire Marshal's Office

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

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GIS & the City of Chattanooga Water Quality Program

The Water Quality Program finds small ways to further incorporate GIS so that efficiency is increased. We use ArcGIS Spatial Analyst for project site suitability by overlaying slopes and impervious surfaces. We created a web application for cleanout capping replacement. We use GIS for education with interactive physical maps and with story maps. These uses of GIS are advantageous in increasing efficiency, collaboration and citizen awareness.

Presenter: Jennifer Norton

Presenter Organization: City of Chattanooga

Presentation Date: Wednesday, May 6

Presentation Time: 8:30 am - 9:45 am

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GIS Uses ArcGIS Online to Improve Code Enforcement in Springfield, FL

Through a partnership with Bay County, a GIS application was developed to track Code Enforcement cases in Springfield, Florida. Prior to the GIS application, the city’s code enforcement officer used an antiquated paper-based system to track cases. At the request of the officer, staff from Bay County’s GIS Division conducted a workflow analysis of current practices. This led to the deployment of an ArcGIS Online solution which has greatly improved the efficiency and visualization of code cases.

Presenter: Jennifer Morgan, Jason Domico

Presenter Organization: Bay County GIS

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 10:15 am - 11:30 am

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How to Generate Contours with 3D Analyst from an .las File

This is an overview of the steps and products used to generate contour lines from a raw .las file. It is a powerful data set to be able to provide to your organization (large or small) and the 10.3 architecture runs rather large areas with lots of points quite effectively, making contours more readily available to the practitioner and their clients.

Presenter: Ernest Smith

Presenter Organization: Baldwin County BOC

Presentation Date: Monday, May 4

Presentation Time: 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

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Implementing a Local Government Damage Assessment Tool

The 2014 ice storms quickly overwhelmed local government resources. While some counties received federal assistance through a FEMA declaration, Bartow County missed its target threshold and funded the entire recovery on its own. This presentation demonstrates the components of the system Bartow County uses to more efficiently and accurately track disaster costs: the mobile field devices, GIS mapping, financial data collection, operations tracking, and FEMA reporting.

Presenter: Bridget Lawlor

Presenter Organization: Bartow County, GA

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

Presentation Room: 101B

Improving Fire Service Efficiency with Network Analyst

Cherokee Fire & EMS uses the power of ArcGIS Network Analyst to conduct run-order improvement analysis, reduce homeowner insurance premiums, and plan future station placement in order to improve the quality of its suppression services. A live demonstration will showcase the data, tools, and outcomes of this successful multi-year project.

Presenter: Tamarin Gullett

Presenter Organization: Cherokee County Fire Department

Presentation Date: Wednesday, May 6

Presentation Time: 10:15 am - 11:30 am

Presentation Room: 101B

Instant Enterprise - Learn How to Leverage the ArcGIS Platform and the Cloud with Your Data

Transitioning from a traditional GIS to a fully implemented cloud-based Enterprise solution is easier than you think. We'll take a close look at Key Environmental, an engineering firm with offices throughout the mid-Atlantic region, from simple on-premises traditional GIS to a fully hosted, cloud enabled solution. The payoff: Virtualized access to ArcGIS Desktop from anywhere, enterprise level editing, with maps/data immediately available, in real time to the field crews utilizing ArcGIS Online.

Presenter: Jason Harris

Presenter Organization: ROK Technologies

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 8:30 am - 9:45 am

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Joint Stormwater Collection

In efforts to comply with the requirements of the MS4 permit, requiring stream monitoring, stream visual assessments and a storm drainage system infrastructure inventory. By having a standard platform of collecting, this gave us a way to collect the data required seamlessly for all involved. People are actively entering and editing data on just the one stormwater map via iPad, iPhone, and Desktops, without any lag time for post processing, etc.

Presenter: Stacey Whaley

Presenter Organization: Sevier County GIS

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 8:30 am - 9:45 am

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Leveraging ArcGIS for Local Government for Water Utilities and ArcGIS Online

Oxford Water Works envisioned wide access to water utility information. By adopting Esri's ArcGIS for Local Government water solution templates, complemented by ArcGIS Online, we now provide access to both staff and public users via desktop and mobile devices. An Agile deployment approach allowed us to quickly respond to feedback and deliver flexible solutions to user requests.

Presenter: Keith Campbell

Presenter Organization: Oxford Water

Presentation Date: Wednesday, May 6

Presentation Time: 10:15 am - 11:30 am

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Leveraging ArcGIS for Sidewalk Inventory

The City of Clearwater developed a sidewalk inventory, but it did not include an inventory of ramps. After a lawsuit involving a non-compliant ramp, we became proactive and created an ADA ramp attribute layer. We leveraged the ArcMap analysis tools to locate areas to focus our efforts. Then, we inventoried and repaired ramps and sidewalks in high foot traffic areas. Finally, we created solution oriented projects to find areas that would benefit the most from new sidewalk construction.

Presenter: Michael Kirn

Presenter Organization: City of Clearwater

Presentation Date: Monday, May 4

Presentation Time: 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm

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Leveraging ArcGIS GeoEvent Extension for Server and WebSockets for Incident Management

Keeping communities safe requires coordinated data sharing and, in a crisis, fast and effective response. Geographical data is key: maps help people quickly grasp the extent of a situation and rapidly work to regain security. Esri’s ArcGIS GeoEvent Extension for Server transforms the raw information needed to visualize and respond to public safety events that emergency managers harness to restore balance. Come see how applications built on Esri technology help keep people and property safe.

Presenter: Craig Robinson

Presenter Organization: Latitude Geographics Group Ltd

Presentation Date: Monday, May 4

Presentation Time: 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm

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MS4 Inspection Program Automated Tool Development

KCI Technologies Inc. is working with Prince George’s County Office of the Environment to develop a tablet-based field data collection tool using ESRI’s ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Android 10.2.4. The tool allows for rapid data inventory and inspections of critical NPDES assets as well as supports offline workflows and real-time synchronization using ArcGIS Server 10.2.2 feature services. The system leverages ArcGIS Online, an on-premise ArcGIS Server instance, ArcSDE, and an open source PDF SDK.

Presenter: Carroll Brendan

Presenter Organization: KCI Technologies

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 10:15 am - 11:30 am

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OpenData - Lessons Learned Implementing an OpenData Portal

The City of Clearwater has devoted itself to the transparency in government movement. By using ESRI’s ArcGIS Open Data portal, the City is able to leverage multiple data sources and enterprise systems to publish both geographic and tabular data to the web.

Presenter: Jeremy Williams

Presenter Organization: City of Clearwater

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 8:30 am - 9:45 am

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Organizational Platform Implementation

The Osceola County Property Appraiser's Office partnered with Esri and Bruce Harris & Associates to implement the Esri platform across their entire organization. The County has become a lighthouse account by leveraging the ArcGIS parcel editing solution, the Local Government Information Model, and ArcGIS Online maps and apps to streamline their workflows, create best practices and engage their citizens.

Presenter: Brandon Harris

Presenter Organization: Bruce Harris & Associates, Inc.

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

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Owen Electric Takes Esri Tools to the Air

By utilizing the latest in iOS technology available to electric utilities, Owen Electric is able to inspect assets from a helicopter and send that information from the air to the office. The tool was built using Esri’s ArcGIS Runtime SDK for iOS and it allows field inspectors the ability to pull up maps on iPads/iPhones, sync inspection and service order reports for specific assets back to the server, take photos, and a lot more.

Presenter: Rusty Williams

Presenter Organization: Owen Electric Cooperative

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

Presentation Room: 101C

Plug-In North Carolina: Developing a Location Analysis Mapping System with Web App Builder

The Plug-In Electric Vehicle (PEV) Industry in the US is beginning to take off. Many citizens are now buying PEV cars. The Clean Energy Technology Center (CETC) of NCSU is charged with exploring green initiatives for the State of NC. This presentation covers the business case and technical design for the creation of a web system to analyze the Plug-In landscape and to identify existing and future eligible PEV Designated Highway Corridors for promoting cross-state travel.

Presenter: Todd Wilson

Presenter Organization: Mecklenburg County GIS

Presentation Date: Monday, May 4

Presentation Time: 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

Presentation Room: 101B

Replace Your Outdated Web Application with Web AppBuilder and Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS

Traditional web GIS applications often required browser plug-ins and performed poorly on smartphones and tablets. Esri’s Web AppBuilder for ArcGIS allows users to build powerful GIS apps that run on any device. True North will discuss best practices for configuring and deploying applications using Web AppBuilder and the Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS. Applications currently in production will be featured throughout the presentation.

Presenter: David Speight

Presenter Organization: True North Geographic Technologies

Presentation Date: Monday, May 4

Presentation Time: 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm

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Scoring Groundwater Infiltration and Sewage Exfiltration Risk in a Sanitary Sewage Collection System

Groundwater infiltration into pipes and sewage exfiltration from pipes are issues that Charlotte Water (CW) deals with throughout its sanitary sewage collection system. Infiltration can affect system capacity and exfiltration can harm water resources. CW leveraged existing CCTV data and other GIS data to interpolate a groundwater elevation raster. In combination with pipe elevation, material, and flow values, this raster is used to score infiltration and exfiltration risk throughout the system.

Presenter: Meredith Moore

Presenter Organization: Charlotte Water

Presentation Date: Wednesday, May 6

Presentation Time: 8:30 am - 9:45 am

Presentation Room: 101A

The Great Tree Challenge - LeonTrees.org

The Great Tree Challenge is a collaborative effort between Leon County government and a local environmental advocacy group. This crowdsourcing project encourages citizens to map Historic Trees, Significant Species, and Best Neighborhood Trees. This presentation will cover how TLCGIS staff deployed the following technologies: GeoForms, JavaScript Responsive Website, Hosted Feature Services, Web Maps, Esri Story Map Journal, Basic App Template, and Collector for ArcGIS.

Presenter: Ned Cake

Presenter Organization: Tallahassee-Leon County GIS

Presentation Date: Monday, May 4

Presentation Time: 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm

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To Current and Beyond: Highlights of Virginia Beach's 10.2 Upgrade and ArcGIS Online Implementation from a Systems Analyst Perspective

In the past year, Virginia Beach Center for GIS upgraded its ArcGIS software from 9.3 to 10.2, while also implementing ArcGIS Image Extension for Server and ArcGIS GeoEvent Extension for Server. During this time, the City began a pilot program for its ArcGIS Online organizational account, with a capacity of 118 users and approx. 25,000 credits. The software upgrades, coupled with the ArcGIS Online implementation, have provided numerous benefits and opportunities for growth within the City’s community development-related depts.

Presenter: David Arnold

Presenter Organization: City of Virginia Beach Center for Geospatial Information Services

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

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Using ArcGIS for Utilities to Improve Operations

Esri's ArcGIS for Utilities solution provides useful applications for water, sewer, electric and gas utilities. True North will give an overview of ArcGIS for Utilities and demonstrate how users can quickly configure and deploy applications to improve operations. The presentation will highlight best practices and show examples of applications currently in use by area utilities.

Presenter: Zach Layne

Presenter Organization: True North Geographic Technologies

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 10:15 am - 11:30 am

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Using Esri Network Analyst for Nuclear Fuel Transport Analysis

A decision-support tool for the Department of Energy was created using Esri technology as part of its Nuclear Fuels Storage and Transportation Planning Project. This web application helps users see and evaluate routing options associated with the transportation of radioactive shipments. Users for this tool include federal, state, tribal and local government officials; utility companies; transportation carriers; support contractors; and other interested parties.

Presenter: Mark Abkowitz

Presenter Organization: Department of Energy

Presentation Date: Wednesday, May 6

Presentation Time: 10:15 am - 11:30 am

Presentation Room: 101B

Using Esri's Address Data Management Tools to Prepare for Next Generation 911

True North will provide an overview of Next Generation 911 and demonstrate how Esri's Address Data Management tools can be used to prepare road and address information to meet the new standards. Attendees will see example solutions used by local government agencies and gain a broader understanding of Esri's Address Data Management tools.

Presenter: James Wood

Presenter Organization: True North Geographic Technologies

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm

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Using Parcel Administrator at KGIS & Hamilton County, TN to Track and Manage Parcel Transactions in GIS and CAMA

This presentation will demonstrate how Parcel Administrator is being utilized to optimize workflow efficiency for parcel transactions in the Esri GIS geodatabase and CAMA system. It is an independent database working within the GIS that automatically assigns parcel numbers, tracks parcel history, automatically populates data fields and pushes data to the CAMA system.

Presenter: Erin McCormick

Presenter Organization:

Presentation Date: Monday, May 4

Presentation Time: 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm

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Using Technology to Share GIS

We launched a new generation of public GIS applications that allow greater and easier access to the County’s mapping, tax parcel, zoning, and government services data. The new GIS applications are designed with the latest technology to serve the expectations of a growing audience of mobile and casual users. Most applications in the gallery are optimized to be “mobile friendly” for use on smartphones and tablets, and all of the applications are more accessible to a wider array of Internet browsers.

Presenter: David Wray

Presenter Organization: Roanoke County, VA

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm

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Utilizing GIS in Next Generation 9-1-1

TN will have live NG 911 later this year. A standard GIS schema and weekly data updates from the 100 ECDs in TN yields a comprehensive dataset. Point/Poly analysis is used to route calls to the appropriate answering point, resulting in fast, reliable 911 service. Enterprise GIS syncs entities supporting call routing. Ours is a model for other states beginning and refining NG 911 efforts. Because TIPS data is complete and current, it is of value to other State and Federal agencies outside of 911.

Presenter: Andrew Griswold

Presenter Organization: State Of Tennessee

Presentation Date: Tuesday, May 5

Presentation Time: 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm

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Utilizing Post-Disaster Data Collection Efforts to Update FEMA Flood Maps

After the 2010 flood in Nashville, GIS enabled us to quickly create a database of high water marks. This data was incorporated into H&H models by USACE. We used those models to map flood boundaries in Davidson County for FEMA’s Digital Flood Insurance Rate Maps. Because this data was gathered from a recent disaster, the maps better show the extents of flooding. Communities will be able to better plan which areas are safe for development and decide which areas are appropriate for mitigation efforts.

Presenter: Jaime Tyson, Drew Parker

Presenter Organization: AECOM

Presentation Date: Wednesday, May 6

Presentation Time: 8:30 am - 9:45 am

Presentation Room: 101B

Visualizing Hospital Resources to Support Quick Decisions during Health Events

The Tennessee Department of Health collects near real-time data on service and bed availability from all inpatient acute care hospitals statewide and determined to leverage the locational aspects of the data to develop an easy-to-use web mapping application. The platform-independent design uses ArcGIS for Server and JavaScript to display the current status and location of the various state medical facilities and resources, enabling EMS to direct patient movement more efficiently.

Presenter: Kent Braddy

Presenter Organization: State of Tennessee Department of Health

Presentation Date: Monday, May 4

Presentation Time: 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm

Presentation Room: 101B

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