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2014 Ohio GIS Conference Agenda

 2014 Ohio GIS Conference

 CEAO  URISAOGRIP

September 22-24, 2014


Last Updated: 10/15/2014

Monday, September 22, 2014
8:00 am - 5:00 pm  
Registration

     Franklin Rooms B & C  Madison Room Fayette Room Franklin Room D
9:00 am - 11:30 am   Workshop:

Intro to ArcGIS API for JavaScript
Jon Woyame (T&M Assoc), Lindsey Danforth (City of Toledo)
[Abstract/Bio]
Workshop:

OpenDroneMap, QGIS, and Open Source GIS
Stephen Mather (Cleveland Metroparks)
[Abstract/Bio]
Workshop:

Introduction to Point Clouds
Frank Obusek (Hexagon GeoSpatial)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 47MB]
Workshop:

GIS Program Management (Part 1)
Pete Croswell (Croswell-Schulte IT Consultants)
[Abstract/Bio]
11:30 am - 1:00 pm  
Lunch (On Your Own)

12:00 pm - 6:00 pm Trade
Show

Trade Show Open
Union Room

1:00 pm - 1:45 pm General Session
Franklin Room

Welcome and Introductions
Jeff Smith - OGRIP
Fred Pausch - CEAO
Tom Fisher - URISA
   Franklin Rooms B & C Madison Room Fayette Room Franklin Room D
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm Workshop:

Cartography Tips & Tricks using ArcMap
Kyle Schaper (Licking County Auditor), Ian Dunn (City of Perrysburg)
[Abstract/Bio]
Workshop:

Real-World Spatial and Grid-Based GIS Analysis
Jeff Tomlinson (Hexagon GeoSpatial)
[Abstract/Bio]
Workshop:

Advanced Point Clouds
Frank Obusek (Hexagon GeoSpatial)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 66.4MB]
Workshop:

GIS Program Management (Part 2)
Pete Croswell (Croswell-Schulte IT Consultants)
[Abstract/Bio]
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm  
Welcome Reception in the Trade Show Area
Union Room


CPD HOURS AVAILABLE
CPD Certificates will be offered for each workshop and technical session (excluding General Sessions and Lightning Rounds) for a maximum of 11.0 CPD hours. Please note that the final determination of what qualifies for CPD credit ultimately lies between the license holder and the State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers & Surveyors.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014
8:00 am - 5:00 pm   Registration
8:00 am - 5:00 pm Trade
Show



&



Map
Gallery






8:00am


to


5:00pm
Trade Show & Map Gallery
8:00 am - 9:00 am Continental Breakfast (in Trade Show area)
  Track 1
Track 2 Track 3
Track 4
Franklin Room A Franklin Room B Franklin Room C Franklin Room D
8:45 am - 9:15 am GIS Partnership in Action
Annie Parsons (Columbus State Community College), Joe Sulak, John Bowers (City of Columbus)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 530.1MB]
Ohio/Indiana UAS Center: Putting New Tools to Work Supporting GIS
Richard Honneywell (Ohio/Indiana UAS Center & Test Complex)
[Abstract/Bio]
Technical Details of ODNR's Online Watercraft Access Sites Map
Mark Anstaett (Ohio Dept. of Natural Resources)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 26.9MB]
Flexible Geodatabase Design Approaches
Joe Guzi (Stark County Auditor's GIS Department)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 1.9MB]
9:25 am - 9:55 am City of Columbus Work Order Asset Management System Integrated with GIS
Clyde Garrabrant (City of Columbus)
[Abstract/Bio]
Taking UAS to the Next Level
Matt Hutchinson (Woolpert)
[Abstract/Bio]
GIS in the Cloud: A Perfect Tool for Improving Collaboration, Efficiency, and Transparency
Ileana Abot (Hamilton County)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 5.5MB]
Using Collector and Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS
Eric Rodenberg (Environmental Systems Research Institute)
[Abstract/Bio]
9:55 am - 10:20 am Break (in Trade Show area)
10:20 am - 10:50 am Utilization of GIS in the Study of Racial Segregation in Cities
Tyler Spears (Urban Decision Group)
[Abstract/Bio]
3D Technology in Your Pocket “A Panel on Image Derived Point Clouds”
Fred Judson (Ohio\Indiana UAS Center and Test Complex), Stephen Mather (Cleveland Metroparks), Brandon Youngblood (3D Aerial Solutions), Charles Toth (The Ohio State University), David Dean (Michigan Tech Research Institute)
[Abstract/Bio]
Google Geospatial from Cloud to Ground
Kyle Campbell (Google)
[Abstract/Bio]
Offering the Power of GIS to Everyone in the Enterprise
Derek Imes, Michael Sliwka (Onix Networking)
[Abstract/Bio]
[pdf 3.9MB]
11:00 am - 11:30 am Online Survey Plats in Belmont County
Don Pickenpaugh, Dustin Reed (Belmont County Engineer's Office)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 4.5MB]
Practical Applications for Remote Sensing Technologies
Brian Stevens (Woolpert)
[Abstract/Bio]
Using Web-based GIS to Add Value to Project Deliverables
Kevin Miller (LJB Inc.)
[Abstract/Bio]
Rediscovering the Miami Valley Wetlands Inventory
Tom Harner, Kathryn Youra Polk (MVRPC)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 37.6MB]
11:30 am - 1:00 pm Lunch (On Your Own)
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm The Census GSS Initiative: Expanded Partnerships Leading to Improved Data Quality
Kevin Holmes (US Census Bureau)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 8.2MB]
Geospatial Analytics: The OhioView Experience - Big Data: A Geospatial Perspective on Remote Sensing Analytics
Jim Lein (Ohio University), Terri Benko (OhioView)
[Abstract/Bio]
Deploying ArcGIS Online in an Enterprise
Shoreh Elhami (City of Columbus)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 12.7MB]
Location Analytics - The World of Banking Through GIS
Dan Thompson, John Corvo (JP Morgan Chase)
[Abstract/Bio]
1:40 pm - 2:10 pm Managing a Fiber Optic Network with ArcFM, City of Columbus Ohio Department of Technology
Shoreh Elhami (City of Columbus), Erick Lobao, Cody Gierhart (T&M Associates)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 19.5MB]
Geospatial Analytics: The OhioView Experience: Tree Canopy ID using Lidar - Applying the Geospatial Cloud
Kevin Czajkowski (The University of Toledo), Brad Shellito (Youngstown State University)
[Abstract/Bio]
Hiking Trail Maps in Ohio State Parks
Dean Martin (State of Ohio)
[Abstract/Bio]
Python for Geoprocessing
Melissa Williams, Ryan Branch (Stantec Consulting, Inc)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 3.7MB]
2:10 pm - 3:00 pm Break (in Trade Show area)
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Mapping Safer Routes to School: A GIS Case Study from Toledo, Columbus, and Akron School Districts
Douglas Lynch (TranSystems), Julie Walcoff (Ohio Department of Transportation)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 25.1MB]
Western Lake Erie Area Committee Mapping Project (FlexViewer)
Jon Gulch (U.S. EPA Region 5), Mike Gerber (Ohio EPA)
[Abstract/Bio]
Landscape Disturbance and Water Resources Contamination Due to Shale-Gas Development in The Northeast U.S.
Anitha Kisanga, Xiaofang Wei (Central State University)
[Abstract/Bio]
CANCELED
ArcGIS Online Best Practices
Daniel Haag (Environmental Systems Research Institute)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 25.7MB]
3:40 pm - 4:10 pm GIS Centric Reappraisal: Two Years Later
Travis Gregorich (Wayne County Auditor), Jon Cross (Bruce Harris and Associates), Jarra Underwood (Wayne County)
[Abstract/Bio]
GIS at Ohio EPA
Bridget Simpson (Ohio EPA)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 1.1MB]
How Does a Community Utilize ESRI’s ArcGIS Online Functionality and How can it be Incorporated into the Community’s Existing GIS Workflow?
Adam Pooler, Troy Sova (Stantec Consulting)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 5.4MB]
Cartographic Techniques using ArcGIS: How to Make Your Map More Effective and Engaging
Ian Dunn (City of Perrysburg)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 62.5MB]
4:20 pm - 4:50 pm Utilizing the Mobile Mapping System Technology to Improve and Maintain Transportation Infrastructure
Joe Cantz (Woolpert)
[Abstract/Bio]
The Ohio Sensitive Crop Registry (OSCR) Web Application
Jared Shaffer (Ohio Department of Agriculture)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 0.2MB]
Embracing ArcGIS for Local Government
Rob Parsons (Delaware County Auditor's Office), Matt Bryant (Bruce Harris & Associates), Anna Sokol (ESRI)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 5.9MB]
The Nuts & Bolts of GIS: Data Architecture and GIS!
John Woodard (Chagrin Valley Engineering)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 0.9MB]
5:00 pm - 5:45 pm
Ohio Chapter of URISA User Group Meeting
Franklin Room D

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm  
Hosted Event (Off Site)


CPD HOURS AVAILABLE
CPD Certificates will be offered for each workshop and technical session (excluding General Sessions and Lightning Rounds) for a maximum of 11.0 CPD hours. Please note that the final determination of what qualifies for CPD credit ultimately lies between the license holder and the State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers & Surveyors.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014
8:00 am - 12:00 pm Trade
Show

&

Map
Gallery

8:00 am

to

12:00 pm
Registration
8:00 am - 12:00 pm Trade Show & Map Gallery
8:00 am - 9:00 am Continental Breakfast (in Trade Show area)
  Track 1
Track 2 Track 3
Track 4
Franklin Room A Madison Room Fayette Room Franklin Room D
9:00 am - 9:30 am Using ArcGIS Online to Coordinate all 35 Individual Zoning Jurisdictions via the Lorain County Auditor's Office
Marty Rowe (Lorain County Auditor's Office), Steve Koenig (Bruce Harris & Associates)
[Abstract/Bio]
3D Elevation Program - National Lidar Effort
Charles Hickman (U.S. Geological Survey)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 21.4MB]
Developing a Web Application for a Sanitary Sewer Capacity Assurance Program
Matthew Basanta, Emily Whitehead (Stantec Consulting Services Inc.)
[Abstract/Bio]
ArcGIS WebApp Builder: JavaScript Apps Made Easy
Daniel Haag (Environmental Systems Research Institute)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 23.9MB]
9:40 am - 10:10 am Are You Providing Next Generation 9-1-1 Data to Your Jurisdictions?
David Cordray, ENP,
Dave Tenney (Digital Data Technologies, Inc.)
[Abstract/Bio]
ImageScan: An Automated Target Detection Processing Chain using ArcGIS
Peter Telek (Ball Aerospace/Pennsylvania State University)
[Abstract/Bio]
[pdf 4.3MB]
Leverage Google's Technology to Solve your Critical Business Needs
Marianne Cardwell (Woolpert)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 4.7MB]
Avoiding the Past: Considering the Potential for Archaeological Sites when Planning Construction Locations
Jamie Davis (Ohio Valley Archaeology, Inc.)
[Abstract/Bio]
10:10 am - 10:30 am Break (in Trade Show area)
10:30 am - 1:30 pm General Session
Franklin Room


Lightning Rounds

[Brandon Brown powerpoint 5.5MB]
[Mobile Field Data Collection powerpoint 4.2MB]
[BIM-GIS powerpoint 11.6MB]
[Unleash Your Data powerpoint 10.1MB]
[Preparing for Viral Web Maps powerpoint 5.4MB]

Luncheon

Presentation
"How long exactly is this talk? – A Brief History of Length Measurements"
Todd Tucky (Heartland GIS)
[Abstract/Bio]

Awards Presentation

Closing

CPD HOURS AVAILABLE
CPD Certificates will be offered for each workshop and technical session (excluding General Sessions and Lightning Rounds) for a maximum of 11.0 CPD hours. Please note that the final determination of what qualifies for CPD credit ultimately lies between the license holder and the State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers & Surveyors.