A special thanks to :
The Center for Spatial Analysis for Sponsoring this event and provide the morning coffee.
The National Weather Center for the facility.
Breakfast Snacks provided by Western Land Services. Pizza lunch will be provided by SCAUG and Meshek & Associates.
Aaron Anderson will discuss some of the ways GIS is used in the NWS Norman Forecast Office. Particular focus will be on innovations that have come out of the office such as the Damage Path Tool, pioneered during the May 2013 Tornadoes, as well as the Hot Spot Notification Tool, which utilizes the new GOES 16/17 satellites to alert officials to developing wildfires.
9:45 - 10:30 a.m.
GIS in the May 2019 Oklahoma Floods: Preparation, Response, and Recovery - Meshek and Associates
10:45 - 11:45 a.m.
ArcGIS Indoors - Joseph Bowles, Esri
ArcGIS Indoors is a complete system for indoor mapping used to create a connected workplace. It provides a common operating picture for executives, workplace services personnel, and other employees and visitors to understand, manage, and use their workplace environment. Through an extended version of ArcGIS Pro, native web and mobile applications, and an indoor information model, ArcGIS Indoors helps you create, customize, share, and apply workplace maps and location data so you can manage workplace operations and build an environment that is comfortable and engaging for your people.
12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Pizza Lunch provided by SCAUG and Meshek & Associates
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