South Central Arc User Group

Established 1990



Getting to Know ArcGIS Pro

ArcGIS Pro is the essential application for creating and working with spatial data on your desktop. It provides tools to visualize, analyze, compile, and share your data, in both 2D and 3D environments. The new ArcGIS Pro application has been designed as a premiere application for visualizing, editing, and performing analysis using local content, or content from your ArcGIS Online or Portal for ArcGIS organization. This session will teach the fundamental concepts of ArcGIS Pro and give you a quick start on key workflows such as mapping and visualization, GIS data editing, and geoprocessing.

Land Records Solutions in a Tech Savvy World

What can The Land Records Solutions do for YOU?

  • manage an accurate inventory of real property
  • see details of who owns the land
  • analyze land value and the associated improvements
  • help maximize tax property revenue

All of this is available in supported, configurable templates! Come and see from one of our Land Records Experts how these maps can be used by everyone, from appraisers in the field, to office staff, that provide quick access to essential information, to the public, who want easy access in a modern format. By leveraging these solutions you are empowering your constituents to quickly and easily get the information they are seeking.

Are You Ready for THE Flood?

Make sure your organization has the capabilities, resources, and tools it needs to weather the storm and safeguard your community. Esri is ready to help you before, during, and after major rain events with Solutions for Flood, a specially designed solution to help you face record-setting rains. Solutions for Flood includes everything your organization needs to defend your community and prepare for an emergency. You can inspire public confidence in your organization with public-facing maps about everything from flood plans and mitigation efforts to road closures and evacuation shelters.

Front and Center, Making Great Maps in a Digital Age

You collect data, ensure accuracy and perform analysis. Now it’s time to shine by effectively communicating your message through modern and meaningful digital media. During this session we will look at different ways to create and share maps leveraging ArcGIS Online. We’ll discuss web maps, web mapping applications and the WebApp Builder. We will also look at some of the new features that you can include in your modern mapping solutions.

Successful Engagement with What’s New in ArcGIS Online

It’s time to refresh your browser, as Bern Szukalski would say! The latest update to ArcGIS Online includes new options for creating 3D web apps, social logins for public accounts, as well as enhancements to smart mapping, and administering your ArcGIS Online subscription. This session will cover the new updates available in ArcGIS Online, as well as a strategy for employing Web GIS in your organization, and how ArcGIS Online fits into that strategy.

Get Out!

A variety of mapping applications are available to help you improve field operations and make more informed business decisions. Esri continues to release, update and modernize the options available to get your content out into the field and on portable devices. During this session we will look at some of the newest options including Workforce, Navigator, Survey123 and Collector. By utilizing these solutions you can get out, get work done and improve operation efficiency, making you the mobile data hero!

Tell Your Story

Everyone has a story. What's yours? Esri Story Maps let you combine authoritative maps with narrative text, images, and multimedia content. They make it easy to harness the power of maps and geography to tell your story. During this session one of Esri’s story map experts will highlight some of our newest story maps and show you how to easily configure and deploy your story in a way that can engage your community, communicate with constituents, inform decision makers, and fire up your supporters.

Does Your Data Have Harmony?

ArcGIS for Local Government is based on a harmonized information model of GIS datasets, web services, and maps that we commonly refer to as the Local Government Information Model (LGIM). The LGIM's design reflects specific application requirements and the cartographic design elements necessary to produce rich, multiscale basemaps and operational layers. This session will discuss the benefits of the LGIM, and the tools and best practices for implementing the LGIM, maps, and apps.


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| South Central Arc Users Group | P.O. Box 96 | Ardmore, OK 73402  | Fax- 214-291-5659 | Email Webmaster | SCAUG Email |

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