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Oklahoma SCAUG User Group Meeting at Norman

  • 25 Jun 2013
  • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • National Weather Center at the University of Oklahoma

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2013 June OKSCAUG Meeting

National Weather Center
University of Oklahoma
Room 1313
120 David L. Boren Blvd
NWC Suite 1100
Norman OK, 73072-7303


 
A special thanks to :
The National Weather Center for the facility
&
The Center for Spatial Analysis for helping coordinate the event & provide the morning coffee & drinks.

&
 Meshek & Associates, PLC for the morning pastries & food.


The first two parking rows are reserved for visitors & carpooling is encouraged as parking space will be limited.


Meeting Agenda:
8:30 – 8:45 - Welcome and Announcements

8:45 – 9:30 -
Where We’ve Been, Where We Are & Where We’re Going - The evolution of a GIS at the local level in rural Oklahoma - Mike Sexton, Oklahoma Department of Commerce

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Those of us in the profession know GIS is a powerful tool with many applications but it does require a significant investment.  Outside of the metro areas, most local governments don’t have the resources to develop & sustain their own GIS.  Beginning with a request from the State Legislature, the Department of Commerce in partnership with Oklahoma’s 11 COG was able to create & implement a GIS program that has expanded into full service GIS shops across the state. 

9:30 – 9:45  Break

9:45 – 10:30 -
Implementing Web Based GIS Solutions - Chris Hill, Meshek & Associates

Web-based GIS is not a new concept for the GIS industry, but newer implementations of web-based solutions are moving more GIS users from behind the desktop to anywhere there is an internet connection.  Applications utilizing coding technologies such as FLEX, Silverlight, Java, and HTML create dynamic environments for browsing and querying GIS data via the internet.  Many of today’s GIS users will not require desktop software to make decisions using spatial data.  Further, the availability of online data resources is increasing the GIS user base and the changing the way GIS work gets completed.  This evolution creates a need to develop technically robust and geographically principled mapping applications that inspire non-GIS users to browse and review datasets.  The changes also create several questions about how GIS is used: What is the balance between desktop GIS and emerging web-based editing solutions?  How does this affect the quality of GIS data, what checks are in place to insure that data is both correct and represented well?  How do we build our workflows to insure current data is available?

Our charge as GIS professionals is to manage data and present information in a way that allows the user to easily view, query and interpret data.  For this presentation, several case study GIS projects will be presented and it will be demonstrated how Web-based solutions are making it possible to effectively share GIS beyond the desktop.


10:30 – 10:45  Break

10:45 – 11:45
- Editing in the field with ArcGIS Online
- Pam Kersh, ESRI


Apps for Smartphones and Tablets use mobile capabilities in your existing enterprise workflows to extend the reach of GIS to a wider audience.  In this session we will cover utilizing field editing capabilities when extending mobile GIS with ArcGIS Online.  Also in this session we will highlight the new Collector and Operations Dashboard Esri apps.

Collector for ArcGIS:

http://resources.arcgis.com/en/collector/

USGS National Map Viewer:

http://viewer.nationalmap.gov/viewer/

ArcGIS Public Safety Damage Assessment (ArcGIS 10.1):

http://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=ae35667886244bcb93b3b1cb8196da93

ArcGIS Resources – Public Safety:

http://resources.arcgis.com/en/communities/local-government/01n40000000w000000.htm

Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS:

http://resources.arcgis.com/en/operations-dashboard/

Sign up for a free trial of ArcGIS Online:

http://www.arcgis.com/home/


11:45  Closing, Door Prizes and Lunch




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Attendees GISP credits : 4 hours - EDU - 0.1 credits
Presenters GISP Credits : 1 hour - CON -  1 credit


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