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Poster Contest


...shall take place via Survey123 and will be open to all conference exhibitors and attendees.

Voting Survey Opens: 9:00 AM on Thursday, April 20

Voting Survey Closes: 4:00 PM on Friday, April 21



Genealogcal Research, Enhanced with GIS

Nicole Dogan, GISP

Town of Flower Mound

A view of one family's journey from Europe to Australia and beyond.

Harnessing GIS to bring meaning to flat files. Combining GIS data, creating maps and charts and utilizing Esri tools to explore genealogical data.


Lone Star Transmission Solar Resource Map

Joe Gilberg

Lone Star Transmission, LLC

With the strong push for grid decarbonization as well as the recent passing of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), there is more importance than ever to interconnect renewable energy such as solar to existing transmission lines. Not only is the environmentally beneficial, but a great opportunity for transmission service providers such as Lone Star to increase revenue and their asset base. The solar resource map surrounding the Lone Star transmission line in north central Texas takes the guess work out for potential generators to locate new facilities and increase their rate of success interconnecting their facilities into the ERCOT grid.

The Center for Spatial Analysis: Key Projects and Services

Daniela Spade, Candace Perry

Center for Spatial Analysis

The Center for Spatial Analysis provides geospatial consulting services to government agencies, private industry and the University of Oklahoma, in addition to academic research and educational outreach. This poster provides an overview of CSA's major projects and areas of expertise.

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