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2009 Ohio GIS Conference

2009 Ohio GIS Conference

Sponsored by the County Engineer's Association of Ohio (CEAO) and OGRIP

 

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Ohio GIS 2009 Program (pdf)


Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Morning

8:00 - 4:00 Registration
  Cardinal Pavilion Salon B & C Salon E & F
8:30 - 11:30 Workshop 1 -
Leveraging Ohio Lidar Data, David Fagerman
[Description/Bio]
Workshop 2 -
Working with the ESRI User Community Resource Centers, Eric Rodenberg [Description/Bio]
Workshop 3 -
Operational Use of Remote Sensing, Kevin Czajkowski, James Lein [Description/Bio]
Workshop 4 -
Intro to USNG for GIS Professionals, Talbot Brooks [Description/Bio]
11:00 - 5:30 Trade Show - Ballroom III & IV, Foyers 1 & 2
11:30 - 1:00 Lunch on your own

Afternoon

1:00 Ohio GIS Map Gallery - Foyer 1
  Pavilion
1:00 Introduction/Conference Opening - Stu Davis, Interim Chief Operating Officer, Ohio DAS/Office of Information Technology/Infrastructure Services Division [Bio]
1:15 Keynote Address - The Public Health Distributed Geospatial Intelligence Network - Carl Kinkade, Enterprise GIS Coordinator, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [Bio]

2:15

International Charter – Dick Kotapish, GISP, GIS Director, Lake County GIS Department [Abstract/Bio]

2:30 Break - Ballroom III & IV
2:45 OGRIP Update - Stu Davis - OGRIP Council Chair
4:00 - 5:30 Trade Show Reception - Ballroom III & IV, Foyers 1 & 2

 


Thursday, September 17, 2009


Morning

7:30 - 1:10 Trade Show - Ballroom III & IV, Foyers 1 & 2
7:30 Ohio GIS Map Gallery / Registration - Foyer 1
7:30 - 8:30 Continental Breakfast - Ballroom III & IV
  Pavilion Ballroom I & II Salon B & C Salon E & F
  Track 1 -
Enterprise Solutions and Data Access
Track 2 -
Technology
Track 3 -
Public Safety and Health
Track 4 -
Natural Resources and Planning
8:30 Implementing an Enterprise GIS Infrastructure: City of Cleveland, Ohio - Chris Davis, City of Cleveland [Abstract/Bio] Terrestrial 3D Mobile Mapping - Steve Hatfield, GeoShack Ohio; Dave Henderson, Topcon [Abstract/Bio] [PDF (7.7MB)] Case Study, Franklin County, Ohio Location Based Response System (LBRS) - Craig Schorling, Transmap Corporation; Todd Pulsifer, Transmap Corporation [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (2.4MB)] Assessing Development Pressure - Scott Snider, Knox County Map Department [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (7.0MB)]
9:10 Enterprise Service Oriented Architecture and GIS - Joe LaCombe, Woolpert [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (6.0MB)] District 2's Intelligent Mobile Mapping Pilot - Fred Judson, Ben Cordes, John Puente, Ohio Department of Transportation [Abstract/Bio] Next Generation 9-1-1 is now. Is your GIS ready? - Marc Berryman, Digital Data Technologies, Inc. [Abstract/Bio] GIS applications for a metropolitan housing authority - Jung-Wook Kim, AMHA [Abstract/Bio]
9:50 Online Data Distribution - Joe Merritt, Clinton County Engineers Office [Abstract/Bio] Integrated GIS, AVL, and Radio Communications: A Case Study of the Holmes County Highway Department - Erik Parker, Holmes County GIS [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (0.6MB)]

An Example of a Successful State-Wide Enterprise GIS Program and its Impact upon Safety Data Systems - Jeremiah Glascock, TSASS, Inc.; Ron Cramer, Digital Data Technologies, Inc. [Abstract/Bio]

Central Ohio Bike Users Map - Bernice Cage, MORPC; Cheri Mansperger, MORPC [Abstract/Bio]
10:30 Break / Trade Show
10:50 Improving Citizen Service and Access with GIS - Derek Mair, EMHT, Inc. [Abstract/Bio] [PDF (1.7MB)] Automated Feature Extraction - More Than The Eye Can See - Brian Stevens, Woolpert Inc.; Aaron Lawrence, Woolpert Inc. [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (36.3MB)] GIS and Global Public Health - Carl Kinkade, CDC [Abstract/Bio] Real Estate Portal USA: A web mapping platform towards a national seamless parcel layer - Joseph Harwood, Real Estate Portal USA [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (15.8MB)]
11:30 No session - Pavilion set up time for lunch. CAD and GIS interoperability using FDO (Feature Data Objects) - Rick Johnston, Autodesk, Inc. [Abstract/Bio] MECCMap, A Fire Department GIS Mapping Application - Jason Miller, Plain Township Fire Department [Abstract/Bio] Practical Applications of LiDAR Data - Benjamin Houston, GroundPoint Technologies, LLC [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (41.9MB)] [Handout Doc (0.3MB)]

 

 

Afternoon

12:10 - 1:10

Buffet Lunch in Pavilion Area
There Is No Spoon - Brandon Brown, City of Dublin -
(during lunch) - Pavilion [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (102.3MB)]
  Pavilion Ballroom I & II Salon B & C Salon E & F
  Track 1 -
Enterprise Solutions and Data Access
Track 2 -
Technology
Track 3 -
Public Safety and Health
Track 4 -
Natural Resources and Planning
1:10

No session - Pavilion tear down time for lunch.

ETL for GIS - What's it all about? - Derek Mair, EMH&T, Inc. [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (2.8MB)]
Meeting NFPA 1710: Using GIS to Model Ideal Fire Station Allocation - Jennifer Weisser, Deerfield Township; Randall W. Hanifen, University of Cincinnati/Deerfield Township [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (3.3MB)]
GIS for Ohio Conservation - Aaron Lantz, ODNR - Division of Soil & Water Conservation [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (27.3MB)]

1:50

A Regional Address Management Strategy | Phase I | Buy In - Xander Mavrides, City of Cleveland [Abstract/Bio]

Web GIS, Taking Advantage of the Cloud - Daniel Haag, ESRI; Mark Dann, ESRI [Abstract/Bio] Critical Infrastructure of Muskingum County Schools 360 Degree Program - Andrew Roberts, Muskingum County; Scott Yoder, Pictometry [Abstract/Bio] Utilizing the Updated Wetlands Inventory in Ohio to Model Waterfowl Populations and Habitat - Robb Macleod, Ducks Unlimited [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (61.5MB)]
2:30 Break
2:45 Enterprise ETL & the Home Again Web Mapping Application: Columbus, Ohio - Erick Lobao, Nicholas Soltes, Stantec; Sonia Krammes, Robert Parsons, City of Columbus, D.O.T.  [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (1.0MB)] Developing a GIS Portal Using the Flex API - Joe LaCombe, Woolpert [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (14.7MB)] CAMEO Suite as GIS - Alan Finklestein, Strongsville F.D.; Dan Pfeiffer, Nelsonville Fire Dept. [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (16.2MB)] GIS and Riparian Corridors in Hamilton County - Samantha Doering, CDM [Abstract/Bio]
3:25 Better Serve Your Community - Andrew Harrison, The Schneider Corporation [Abstract/Bio] Creating Web based Thematic Maps using Open Source Platforms - Kishore Patel, CyberSWIFT LLC. [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (3.9MB)] A Flood-Warning System for Findlay, Ohio - Chad Ostheimer, US Geological Survey [Abstract/Bio] 2009 USDA NAIP Statewide Imagery for Ohio - Jay Arnold, 3001, Inc; Hayes Hubbs, Ohio State Farm Service Agency [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (3.3MB)]
4:05 Metadata for Map Services: Making Geospatial Data and Map Services Available to Larger Audiences - Sam Wear, Weschester County, NY [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (22.1MB)] Hybrid GeoSpatial Stack: Combining Open Source & ESRI Technologies for Park Planning and Management - Stephen Mather, Cleveland Metroparks [Abstract/Bio] The International Charter - Richard Kotapish, Lake County [Abstract/Bio] Stewardship of the National Hydrography Dataset - Elizabeth McCartney, USGS [Abstract/Bio]
 4:45 Hospitality Suite - Ballroom III & IV

 


Friday, September 18, 2009

Morning

7:30 - 8:30 Continental Breakfast - Foyer 2
7:30 Ohio GIS Map Gallery - Foyer 1
  Ballroom I, II, III, & IV

8:30

General Session
 

Status of Federal Programs – Charley Hickman, Geographer and National Map Liaison to Ohio, United States Geological Survey [PowerPoint (4.3MB)]
LBRS Panel
Implementation of the Broadband Data Improvement Act in Ohio - Katrina Flory, Ohio Department of Administrative Services Office of Information Technology - Executive Director, Ohio Broadband Council [Abstract/Bio] [PowerPoint (0.4MB)]

10:15 Break - Foyer 2

10:30

Closing/Town Meeting

Awards given for Ohio GIS Map Gallery
Awards given for OGRIP Best Practices Awards
Acknowledgement of Sponsors
Acknowledgement of Speakers

 

Ohio GIS 2009 Program (pdf)

OGRIP has created the Ohio GIS Best Practices Award presented annually at the Ohio GIS Conference.  This program is designed to recognize organizations in Ohio that have or are implementing GIS in a manner consistent with OGRIP’s goals and objectives.  OGRIP encourages your organization to consider submitting an application for your GIS program.  Also, if you know of other outstanding GIS programs deserving recognition, please encourage them to submit their application.

OGRIP Best Practices Award


 
 
  General Reference  (click on the thumbnail image to open the full image)
  First Place
City of Centerville, Ohio Street Map and Index
Cartographer: Mark Yandrick
City of Centerville
  (2.4MB)
     
  Second Place
Cincinnati 2009 Bike Route Guide
Cartographers: Aaron Crary, Brad Mason, Tim Maltry
Ohio Kentucky Indiana Regional Council of Governments
  (7.5MB)
     
  Third Place
Grove City Parks & Trails Map
Cartographers: Kyle Rauch, Kimberly Dooley
City of Grove City
 (2.3MB)
 
 
  Analytical  
  First Place
Coal Facility Site Determination
Cartographers: Nick Soltes, Erick Lobao
Stantec Consulting, Ltd.
  (5.8MB)
     
  Second Place
After Dark at Miami University
Cartographers: Robbyn J.F. Abbitt, Jennifer Prather
Department of Geography, Miami University
 (1.4MB)
     
  Third Place
Surficial Geology of the Marion 30 x 60 Minute Quadrangle
Cartographers: Donovan Powers, Douglas Shrake, Erik Venteris, Glenn Larsen, Michael Angle, Rick Pavey
Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey
 (9.2MB)
 
 
  Communicative  
  First Place
Columbus Metro Bike Users Map
Cartographers: MORPC, City of Columbus, Consider Biking, IDC Designs
Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission
 (2.0MB)
     
  Second Place
Bridge and Culvert Locations
Cartographer: Fred Judson
Ohio Department of Transportation
 (0.3MB)
     
  Third Place
Capitol Commons Property
Cartographer: Fred Judson
Ohio Department of Transportation
 (1.5MB)
 
 
  Best of Show  
  City of Centerville, Ohio Street Map and Index
Cartographer: Mark Yandrick
City of Centerville
  (2.4MB)
     
  People's Choice  
  After Dark at Miami University
Cartographers: Robbyn J.F. Abbitt, Jennifer Prather
Department of Geography, Miami University
 (1.4MB)

 

Click here to see all the Map Gallery entries.



 
 

 

On behalf of the CEAO and OGRIP we would like to offer our most sincere appreciation and gratitude to all of this year’s sponsors and for all their efforts toward making the Ohio GIS Conference a success. The conference simply would not be possible without your help and support. Again, many thanks and we look forward to working together with you in the future.

     
    

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