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2015 Ohio GIS Conference Agenda

 2015 Ohio GIS Conference

 CEAO  URISAOGRIP

September 21-23, 2015 (Monday - Wednesday)

  Last Updated: 9/29/2015

Monday, September 21, 2015
7:30 am - 5:00 pm  
Registration

     Delaware Rooms A & B Delaware Rooms C & D Madison Room
8:30 am - 11:00 am   Workshop

Building a GIS Enterprise Architecture

John Woodard
(Chagrin Valley Engineering, Ltd.)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 4.7MB]
Workshop

Managing Layers in ArcGIS Online

Andrew Stauffer
(Esri)
[Abstract/Bio]
Workshop

Taking UAS to the Next Level

Aaron Lawrence
(Woolpert)
[Abstract/Bio]
11:00 am - 12:30 pm  
Lunch (On Your Own)

11:00 am - 6:00 pm  Trade
Show


&


Hands-
On
Learning
Lab



11:00 am
to
6:00 pm

Trade Show Open
Franklin Room

12:30 pm - 2:00 pm General Session
Delaware Room

Welcome and Introductions

Jeff Smith (OGRIP), Dean Ringle (CEAO) & Tom Fisher (URISA) [powerpoint 31.7MB]


Lightning Rounds
Brandon Brown [powerpoint 11.5MB]
Ian Dunn [powerpoint 31.7MB]
Joe Guzi [powerpoint 11.5MB]

   Delaware Room
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm Workshop

ArcGIS Pro: Visualizing your Data in 2D and 3D

Michael Beavers
(Esri)
[Abstract/Bio]
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm  
Welcome Reception in the Trade Show Area
Franklin 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 22, 2015
7:30 am - 5:00 pm   Registration
7:30 am - 8:30 am Trade
Show






Map
Gallery



&



Hands- On Learning Lab






7:30am


to


5:00pm



Continental Breakfast (in Trade Show Area)
7:30 am - 5:00 pm Trade Show (Franklin Room), Map Gallery (Franklin Foyer)
 & Hands-On Learning Lab (Knox & Champaign)
  Track 1
Track 2 Track 3
Track 4
Delaware Room A Delaware Room B Delaware Room C Delaware Room D
8:30 am - 9:00 am GIS Applications with Web Service Data Access
Derek Mair, Richard Moussopo (EMH&T)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 279KB]
Integrating Oblique Imagery into Assessment Workflows Through Cloud Solutions
Brian Kienle (Pictometry)
[Abstract/Bio]
City of Perrysburg Fire Division Run Analytics: Determining the Need for a Second Station
Ian Dunn
(City of Perrysburg)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 49.9MB]
Benefits of Feature Extraction Using Remote Sensing Technology
Brian Stevens
(Woolpert, Inc.)
[Abstract/Bio]
9:10 am - 9:40 am Using ArcGIS ModelBuilder for Conservation and Agricultural Drainage Projects
Janell Weiss (Darke Soil & Water Conservation District)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 14.9MB]
LiDAR Data Used in Engineering Projects and General Mapping
Joseph Merritt (Clinton County Engineers Office)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 50.5MB]
Snow Plow Tracking and GIS: A Tale of Two Cities
Shoreh Elhami
(City of Columbus), Erick Lobao (Prime3SG), Brandon Brown (City of Dublin)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 8.0MB]
GeoSpatial Outputs from Flying Robots: Drone Construction through Photogrammetric Alchemy
Stephen Mather (Cleveland Metroparks), Jon Woyame (Prime3SG)
[Abstract/Bio]
9:40 am - 10:10 am Break (in Trade Show area)
10:10 am - 10:40 am Custom GIS Tools: Why and How
Nicholas Soltes, Matthew Basanta
(Stantec Consulting Inc)
[Abstract/Bio]
[pdf 14.3MB]
Ground to Grid, Lining up CAD Data with GIS
Craig Gallant (LJB Inc)
[Abstract/Bio]
Putting the LBRS and Other GIS Data to Work for Traffic Flow Modeling in Erie County
Sam Granato (Ohio DOT), Carrie Whitaker (Erie County)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 8.1MB]
Utilizing UAS Technology for GIS Collection and Processing Without the Need for Control Points
Tom Hughes (3dAerial Solutions, LLC)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 3.1MB]
10:50 am - 11:20 am Your GIS Options Are Boundless
Kevin Surbella (IJUS, LLC)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 16.1MB]
Evaluation of Spatial Accessibility to Ohio Trauma Centers Using a GIS-Based Gravity Model
Wei Chen (Research Information Solutions and Innovations at Nationwide Children’s Hospital)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 8.2MB]
Mapping Rooftop Solar Power Potential in Greater Cincinnati
Brandon Flessner
(OKI Regional Council of Governments)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 8.8MB]
Mapping with UAS: Experiences
Charles Toth, Greg Jozkow (OSU)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 23.4MB]
11:20 am - 1:00 pm Lunch (On Your Own)
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm Automating Processes with ArcPy to do Work so I Don’t Have to.
Joe Guzi
(Stark County GIS Department)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 4.0MB]
The Benefits of LIDAR Analysis
Kayla Barnowsky, Nancy Graham
(GeoCue Group)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 44.3MB]
Adventures in Data Collection
Robbyn Abbitt (Miami University)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 12.8MB]
Pix4Dmapper, a New Wave of Geographic Information from UAV Platforms
Antoine Martin (Pix4D Inc.)
[Abstract/Bio]
[pdf 6.7MB]
1:40 pm - 2:10 pm Consolidating Multiple Resources into One Application Using Esri's JavaScript API.
Joe Guzi, Brian Hall, John Reese (Stark County GIS Department)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 6.6MB]
The Evolution of an Enterprise GIS at the City of Newark
Lindsey Brighton
(City of Newark),
Jon Woyame (Prime3SG)
[Abstract/Bio]
Data Management in Emergency Prevention and Response
Steve Maddison
(Latitude Geographics)
[Abstract/Bio]
Flying Sensors– Mapping with New Technologies
Fred Judson
(OH/IN UAS Center)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 11.4MB]
2:10 pm - 3:00 pm Break (in Trade Show area)
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Use of Mobile Technology, Powered by Google API, to Assess Geo-Hazards on the Ohio Turnpike
Kamran Majidzadeh (Resource International, Inc.)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 5.2MB]
Parcels for Everyone! A Journey Toward a State Wide Parcel Fabric
Bret Allphin
(Buckeye Hills - HVRDDD), Elkan Kim, Dave Simon (Ohio University)
[Abstract/Bio]
Advanced Methods of Underground Utility Data Collection
Matthew Miley
(City of Lorain)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 1.8MB]
Ohio/Indiana UAS Center: UAS Operations in Ohio
Ryan Smith (State of Ohio)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 6.3MB]
3:40 pm - 4:10 pm ArcGIS Online Best Practices from the Trenches
Lindsey Danforth, Bill Wetzel
(The Sidwell Company)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 3.5MB]
Mapping Honeysuckle Distribution in Large Forests through Use of High Resolution Satellite Images
Hongmei Wang, Spencer Taylor (Northern Kentucky University), Bret Henninger, Margaret Minzner, Jim Mundy, Ben Braeutigam, Jessica Spencer (Great Parks of Hamilton County), Kelissa Hieber (Miami University)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 15.3MB]
Elements of Environmental Management: GIS Within a Pipeline Project
Ryan Branch
(Stantec Consulting, Inc)
[Abstract/Bio]
Point Clouds in Your Pocket
Fred Judson
(OH/IN UAS Center), Steve Mather (Cleveland Metroparks)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 66.0MB]
4:20 pm - 4:50 pm Map Distribution:
Geo-enabled, Intelligent PDF Maps and Map Books Used Coincidently with Online Interactive Maps
Joseph Merritt
 (Clinton County Engineers Office)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 79.2MB]
What Do You Feed a Land Use Allocation Model? aka - Future Land Use Projections for MORPC’s 2016-2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan
Cheri Mansperger, Zhuojun Jiang (MORPC)
[Abstract/Bio]
Applying GIS to Enhance Critical Stormwater Modeling in Support of Green Infrastructure Planning
Michael Edwards, Afaf Musa (CDM Smith)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 19.4MB]
Paving the Way for Precision Accuracy With UAS
Jeff Lovin (Woolpert)
[Abstract/Bio]
5:15 pm - 9:30 pm  
Ohio URISA Statewide User Group Meeting and Mappy Hour Social
All conference registrants are welcome.
Refreshments, trivia and cash bar. (off site)
Register at the URISA booth.


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 23, 2015
8:00 am - 12:00 pm Map
Gallery


&


Hands On Learning
Lab


8:00 am

to

12:00 pm
Registration
8:00 am - 12:00 pm Map Gallery & Hands-On Learning Lab
8:00 am - 9:00 am Continental Breakfast
  Track 1
Track 2 Track 3
Track 4
Delaware Room A Delaware Room B Delaware Room C Delaware Room D
9:00 am - 9:30 am Media Deserts: Using GIS Technologies to Map the Ohio Media Ecosystem
Michelle Ferrier, Michael Outrich, Gaurav Sinha
(Ohio University)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 6.8MB]
The Nuts & Bolts of GIS: Building a Geo-Database Architecture
John Woodard
(Chagrin Valley Engineering, Ltd.)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 670KB]
Understanding Your Next Generation 9-1-1 GIS Responsibilities
Dave Tenney, Alex Kiene (DDTi)
[Abstract/Bio]
Public Park District Applications of sUAS (drones) for Natural Resources Management and Engineering
Stephen Mather
(Cleveland Metroparks), Fred Judson (Ohio/Indiana UAS Center and Test Complex)
[Abstract/Bio]
9:40 am - 10:10 am Urban Greenspace Characterization: A Rapid Assessment Method Using Remote Sensing Assets
James Lein
(Ohio University)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 3.7MB]
Performing a Hazus Level 2 Analysis
Adam Pooler, GISP, Andy Dobson (Stantec Consulting)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 17.7MB]
Current Tools for Asset Collection and Inspection
Timothy Michael
(Geo-Precision Solutions), Doug Kotnik (Precision Laser and Instrument, Inc.)
[Abstract/Bio]
[pdf 908KB]
Applications of UAS in Natural Gas Development.
Rob Schwarz
(Remote Intelligence, LLC)
[Abstract/Bio]
10:10 am - 10:30 am Break
10:30 am - 11:00 am An Introduction to Leaflet: Exploring Client Side Rendered Web Maps and Open Source Data Collection
Malcolm Meyer (OVRDC)
[Abstract/Bio]
Water Over the Bridge and Other Challenges of NHD Stewardship
Bill Mellman
(Clermont County Water Resources), Charles Hickman (U.S. Geological Survey), David White (Ohio Environmental Protection Agency)
[Abstract/Bio]
[pdf 2.1MB]
Affordable Vehicle Tracking and Sensor Logging Using the GIS Software You Already Own
Lydia Thacker (BCEO), Larry Rover (RA Consultants)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 12.9MB]
Digital Close Range Photogrammetry of Soil Excavation Surfaces
Jared Shaffer
(Ohio Dept of Agriculture)
[Abstract/Bio]
[powerpoint 10.7MB]
11:00 am - 1:30 pm  
General Session
Franklin Room

Luncheon

Jeff Smith (OGRIP) [powerpoint 9.5MB]

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.
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