Santa Fe Community Convention CenterSanta Fe, New Mexico
ArcGIS includes a living atlas of the world with useful and authoritative maps on hundreds of topics. It combines reference and thematic maps with rich content relating to people, earth, and life. This presentation will describe the living atlas with a focus on how to participate by sharing your organization’s content with the world through Esri Community Maps. By joining Community maps, you become part of the global living atlas community, and your authoritative data will enrich a widely-available cloud-based platform comprised of ready-to-use maps, applications and topics that include demographics, imagery, oceans, streets, topography, the natural environment and urban systems.
ArcGIS Online helps organizations increase the value of their GIS content by making it more broadly available, enabling individuals and teams to do their work better and faster. This session introduces organizational site administrators to workflows for configuring ArcGIS Online general settings, branding the organization's home page; managing site members, groups, and content; and choosing security options that meet the organization's needs. It will also address other key items for rolling out the ArcGIS Platform so you are successful in supporting your whole organization. This session is intended for people Administrating their ArcGIS Online Organization. The Best Practices Session will be for any user of ArcGIS Online.
These new applications help users improve data collection in the field and support common operation picture workflows. Designed with field crews in mind, Collector is used to capture and update both tabular and spatial information via smartphones/tablets using the built-in GPS capabilities of the device, or by tapping on the map. Offline (disconnected) editing will also be discussed. Operations Dashboard provides a common operating picture for monitoring events. Operations Dashboard integrates maps and a variety of data sources to create comprehensive operational views that can include charts, lists, gauges, and indicators which update automatically as underlying data changes.
ArcGIS provides a foundation for comprehensive emergency management: preparation, mitigation, response, and recovery. To prepare for and mitigate emergencies, ArcGIS can map and model potential disasters to help visualize critical vulnerabilities and consequences of damage. As rebuilding begins, ArcGIS aids local, state, and federal agencies with technology that supports collaboration among multiple agencies. Field data captured with mobile GIS provides the ability to add updates from remote locations for more efficient incident management. It also supplies rapid damage assessment and supports accurate recovery operations. This session will cover best practices and lessons learned from recent events as well as illustrate the use of free templates to implement GIS in support of the emergency management mission.
Managing land records thoroughly and efficiently yields many downstream financial, organizational, and cross-organizational benefits. While assessors work toward this goal, they also struggle to meet citizens' and officials' ever-increasing expectations of quality and transparency of and access to information. Add to that the reality of tight budgets and reduced staff. We’ll explore ArcGIS for Land Records and learn how assessors and land records staff can achieve essential efficiencies and enjoy many new capabilities.
Government agencies and many organizations increasingly seek to make their information more discoverable and accessible to citizens. Through recent mandates, as well as organizational aspirations, open data is on the verge of broad emergence and adoption. Esri provides trusted tools for hosting and analyzing data, and it is now possible to easily publish this authoritative data to the open community. This session will show you how to easily set up and share open data without changing your existing data management workflows. You will learn about the best practices for sharing data with citizens, businesses, and developers that drives adoption and community around your public services.
This session will provide an overview of ArcGIS for State and Local Government and a set of maps and apps for State and Local Government users.
ArcGIS GeoEvent Processor for Server is a new ArcGIS for Server extension. It is targeted at meeting a growing demand among a wide range of customers to incorporate real-time, streaming data as a normal part of everyday GIS applications, workflows, and analysis. This workshop will cover the basics of configuring GeoEvent Processor to see and analyze your real-time streaming GIS data.
Using ArcGIS Online, your organization can quickly create interactive maps and apps and share them with the rest of the organization. You can extend existing GIS workflows using hosted publishing and analytic services, and reach a broader audience with GIS capabilities. However, setting up your organization for success requires planning and consideration of a few key elements. In this seminar, you will learn how to take a best-practices approach for getting the most out of your ArcGIS Online organizational account.
The next release of ArcGIS for Desktop includes ArcGIS Pro. This is a new desktop application for 2D/3D mapping, editing, and spatial analysis. This session will introduce what's in this new and exciting desktop application.
This session will describe how to configure and extend the ArcGIS for Local Government maps and apps to meet specific business needs in your own organization.
This session will cover the entire smart 3D city creation process and introduce you to Esri's new enterprise 3D city information model. You will also be exposed to the concept of procedural rules that enable the rapid modeling of smart 3D city models from data attributes. We will also discuss the data requirements for creating a smart 3D city model, and extracting features from existing LiDAR if data does not exist.
A skilled and capable workforce is essential to deliver innovative geospatial products that earn the confidence of your existing customers and engage new customers. A staff development plan is a tool to help you align workforce skills with your organization’s strategic business goals. This session will walk through a proven three-step process to design a GIS staff development plan. You will collaborate with other attendees in breakout groups, where you will discuss strategic planning needs and a roadmap to secure executive sponsorship. You will leave this session armed with the information you need to communicate how planning for staff development benefits your entire organization.
The ArcGIS system revolves around the concept of a collaborative geospatial content management system. Through it, users can easily discover, use and create maps, access useful GIS applications, collaborate and manage all geospatial content and knowledge in a secure manner. While Esri provides a Software as a Service offering of such a map centric content management system through ArcGIS Online, some organizations want the flexibility to deploy this component in their own infrastructure. The Portal for ArcGIS product fits this needs, allowing a smooth integration with other ArcGIS products such as ArcGIS for Desktop, ArcGIS for Server, ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS applications such as the Collector for ArcGIS, Dashboard, Esri Maps for Office and SharePoint, etc. The presentation will introduce Portal for ArcGIS and its role within your ArcGIS landscape as well as provide a technical dive into its architecture, reference implementations and typical deployment patterns.
President Obama challenged industries to help transform education. ArcGIS Online can help teachers and students go places. Give students future options with high-value skills in problem solving, data analysis, and technology integration with ArcGIS Online. This session will give an overview of this program, current use cases and how you can help be a mentor for a school close to you.
Attendees will learn about the latest enhancements to ArcGIS for Server such as: Server Statistics, Stream services, 3D Scene Services, and the ArcGIS Data Store. Previous knowledge of ArcGIS for Server functionality and administration is strongly recommended.
Managing large collections of lidar can be a challenge for many GIS organizations. This session will introduce the basics of managing and visualizing lidar data using both the Las and Mosaic Datasets. Additionally, we will learn how to perform change analysis and other advanced analytical techniques, and create other elevation products and maps from your lidar data.